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From: Simon J Mudd (sjmuddpobox.com)
Date: Wed Apr 04 2001 - 13:49:36 CDT
m.plowmanhexapole.com (Mark Plowman) writes:
> > A friend of mine would like to send me e-mail, but his ISP has
> > listed ALL their addresses on the DUL. It seems they don't like
> > their clients running their own SMTP server. :-)
> > So, one approach, aside from getting his IP off the DUL, would be
> > for me to accept his IP before checking the RBL/RSS/DUL maps. Would
> > the following work?
> Another approach is simply to use the the ISP's Mail Server as Relay
> Simple really ;-)
Except when the ISP hasn't got a clue and rejects non-local mail!
Don't believe it's possible? It is.
Spain's no.1 Teleco has finally had the dialup users included in the
DUL lists and their mail servers have this restriction. Technical
support suggested I use the ISP's webmail which didn't have this
problem, or that I try again, as they were looking into it...
I found a solution (using postfix) which saved the day.
There are plenty of other providers in a similar league. It's a shame.
-- Simon J Mudd, Madrid SPAIN Tel: +34-91-408 4878 email: sjmuddpobox.com
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