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Re: Mail routers

'Peter Paluch wrote:'
>Hi everyone,
>I would like to ask whether there is some software under Debian Linux to
>route mail in this way:
>I have my personal computer with Debian installed on it. My  Internet
>provider also uses Debian. As I am connecting just using modem, I am not
>registrated in any DNS. But I would like to receive mail addressed to my
>personal computer (which is not-known in Internet).
>Is there any software, which will reside at my provider's server, wait
>for mail addresed to my personal computer, save it and when I'll get
>connected, it will automatically forward the mail directly to me?

UUCP, ETRN (requires static IP), or virtusertable (sendmail).

Christopher J. Fearnley          |  Linux/Internet Consulting
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