Stephen Shirley wrote:
> I have a friend who has a linux box, connected to the
> net via a linux box acting as a router, connected to a 3com
> isdn router, which inturn dials up Indigo. There is a domain set up,
> with a multidrop account. This means that any mails sent to
>anyaddress at thisdomain.ie will get stored on the indigo mail
> server. Now, what's supposed to happen is when he connects
> to the net, indigo notice, and try to send all the mail
> to him. The problem is that it don't work. One of the
> routers is preventing it, I think. Is there any way around?
i _think_ sendmail will have to be in the machine connecting to indigo.
The machine that actually logs on get your ip address, and when the the
other end see the ip address is live, they push the mail to that
machine, and if you dont have sendmail running....
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