Thu Aug 1 14:51:19 NZST 2002
Be aware that some ISP's do not accept mail delivered from SMTP servers
running on dialup IP's. MAPS lists most ISP dialup IP ranges in their
As I have said in the past, you should be able to use whatever ISP's
SMTP server you are connecting with. IE, if you are connecting to the
internet using IHUG use smtp.ihug.co.nz. If you are connecting using
XTRA then use smtp.xtra.co.nz, if you are connecting using E3 then use
You do not require permission to do so. You can do this even if you are
'sharing' an account with someone. No ISP I know of checks the 'From'
headers of messages they queue for validity. It would be impractical to
do so. Their access control lists on their smtp servers would just
check that the incoming connection was from an IP the ISP owns.
On Thu, 2002-08-01 at 13:31, Paul MacDonald wrote:
Thank you to all those who offered suggestions on this subject.
I have got permission from the local admin to use their SMTP server when not
When at home I can either use the ISP's server or set up my own.
So all is now well.
Now I just gotta figure out Mutt... looks good though.
Oliver Jones > Senior Software Engineer > Deeper Design Limited.
oliver@d... > www.deeperdesign.com
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