Sendmail on a LAN

JD jd1008 at
Wed Aug 18 16:46:10 UTC 2010

  On 08/18/2010 03:28 AM, Tim wrote:
> Are you aware that if your SMTP server is on an IP in the range of
> addresses your ISP doles out to its private customers, you may be on a
> blacklist of IPs to ignore.  It's a common practice for many other mail
> servers, or their incoming mail filters, to only accept mail sent from
> ISP mail servers, and other large networks.
> A few years back my ISP increased the number of IPs that they use
> (dynamically allocated to their customers).  And, apparently, there's
> still a problem with us using those newer IPs, as many other services
> don't have them in their database of acceptable IPs.
I am aware of that. So far it has not been a problem.

> Can't you get a better one?
Not an option when you are on AT&T Uverse.
> If not, can you set it up in bridge mode?  Then you can use it as a
> simple modem, and the completely configurable computer as the router
No, not this router.

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