Re: How to work with portable mail server?
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On 02/12/08 18:03, Jabka Atu wrote:
> Ron Johnson wrote:
>> On 02/12/08 17:26, Jabka Atu wrote:
>>> Good evening,.
>>> I'm using exim as my local mail delivary system and i started to
>> wonder :
>>> is there a way to use exim to get mails also from the net ?
>>> Althow i know that it can be done using 24 working server that uses
>>> dyndns / no-ip etc.
>>> but what about when my mail server is on a laptop that can be offline
>>> for 10-12 hours or even days.
>>> is there any way to halt the messages any where ?
>> If, as your address implies, all your email passes thru Google, why
>> not let it accumulate there?
>> Or is there something you've neglected to tell us?
> this is my temporary solution i use free mail as my main since i can't
> be sure if i will or will not get answers to my machine.
Ok. Have you in the past been running a fixed-location mail server?
IOW, what have you been doing up to now to get your email?
Also, could you "just" rely on gmail? Or use a for-hire IMAP
service like fastmail.fm?
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
PETA - People Eating Tasty Animals
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