On Friday 01 May 2009 07:48:48 Frank Murphy (Frankly3D) wrote:
> >> I want to setup a mail-server later in the summer,
> >> for my website(s) *ath frankly3d dhot chom
> >> (to save size on my web-space)
> > Sorry to show ignorance, but what exactly is a mail-server?
> > Do you mean that people can send email directly
> > to whoever@*ath frankly3d dhot chom ?
> > If so, what is the advantage of this?
I understand the attraction of that.
But it has considerable disadvantages, in my view.
What happens if your mail-server goes down, for some reason?
Are you sure incoming email will not be lost?
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