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The pet supermarket relay?



Barry Yu wrote:
Is there any way I can get rid of this ? I was sending simple text base mail only and I sent it to fedora-list redhat com <mailto:fedora-list redhat com> directly, now looks like the third party in same list can block my mail !

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Date: Sat, 25 Mar 2006 08:03:13 -0800 (PST)
From: Barry Yu <barryyu-cts sbcglobal net>



How are you sending mail? Are you using pop3 or using the web interface? If I am determining the information from the message source, you are using the web interface via http.

See if you can setup one of the many email clients, (evo, moz, tbird, kmail ...) and see if you are still getting your messages sent through a third party. There should be a page that explains how to setup pop3 mail on the sbcglobal homepage.

Jim


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