Sendmail on a LAN
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Tue Aug 17 16:36:22 UTC 2010
On Mon, 2010-08-16 at 15:24 -0400, Gregory Woodbury wrote:
> Get a dyndns.com name for your router public ip address and set up at
> dyndns to get mail delivered to that name.
Of course, if your IP changes, then mail is going to get screwed up
during the time it takes for next delivery attempt to go to your new IP
address, instead of the old one.
Dyndns, and other such things, are useful for giving yourself a hostname
that you can control, to a static IP. But aren't going to be much good
if you have a dynamic IP. Private webserving's easy enough with a
varying IP, mail serving's another matter.
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