On Thu, 24 Feb 2005 12:32:27 -0000 (GMT), Conor Wynne
<weeboy at conorwynne.com> wrote:
> Also, they have no fixed ip, so no more mailserver from home.
> Or could I have with dyndns?
You could pay a hosting company to provide you with a mail server and then use
On Demand Mail Relaying (ODMR) to collect your email and deliver it to
your local mail server. ODMR is supported by fetchmail and means you
can keep your mailserver behind a firewall with a dynamic ip address,
but still have the correct envelope addresses when the mail is
delivered to your local mail server, very handy.
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