Re: Shouldn't email@example.com be more liberal on accepting mail?
> This one time, at band camp, Nikita V. Youshchenko said:
>> Looks like with current setup, firstname.lastname@example.org does not accept
>> mail from domain that does not exist for the outside world.
>> This looks suboptimal for me: why not accept all mail that looks like a
>> popcon report?
>> I know that it is possible to do local setup such as mail will look more
>> legitimate for outside checkers. But shouldn't popcon be as transparent
>> as possible?
> Why don't you use the http post option if your email address isn't
Does it support web proxy?