> I've had a look at fetchmail - I've even re-compiled it with NTLM support,
> but as pointed out previously that is for IMAP, which is disabled.
> I've messed around with the fetchmail conf file and I got the best results
> (least errors) when I set the protocol to ETRN.
> Here's the output of fetchmail:
ETRN is a way to tell a remote SMTP server that your MX host has arrived
back into the land of the living, and that it should start a run through
the mail queued and try deliver any mail pending for your machine..
It doesn't transfer the mail, it's just a way for you to trigger the
queue run at the remote end.
You still need a mail transport facility...
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