ok, let's say i have a network behind a static ip dial up account.
the mail server for that network dials up, gets the same real ip (18.104.22.168
let's say). now there's a box somewhere else that is always online with
a real ip (let's say 22.214.171.124). i want the 126.96.36.199 box to hold all mail
for domain.foo (and domane.foo) and to send it on when the 188.8.131.52 box
dials up and issues an etrn command.
does anyone know how to do this? i personally hate etrn with a passion,
so i've always avoided it up until now, but i can't avoid it this time.
in addition, i've always set up sendmail with real accounts, in this case
i want it to always accept mail for *@domain.foo (and it's other spelling)
and to hold it in a queue till the other box wants it. later i'll want
it to accept mail for at least one other domain (in that case there *will*
be real accounts).
any pointers? i've got the trusty bat book at my side, but before i
delve into the insanity i'll fish for a short and sweet reply here.
after all, i'm insane enough already, right?
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