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From: Bill Cole (postfixlists-070913billmail.scconsult.com)
Date: Wed May 14 2008 - 10:32:23 CDT
At 3:41 PM +0100 5/14/08, Mark Blackman wrote:
>I don't think it's uncommon to have a postfix system sitting behind
>a NAT IP address with a public IP address shared by web clients
>in the same office. First person to sign up with that *shared* public IP
>address controls the settings as far as I can tell and that might not be
>the system administrator.
The potential for an OpenDNS settings squabble would not be the top
item on most lists of reasons to not share a NAT address between a
mail server and desktop systems.