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Re: Kmail issue/problem

On Thu, Mar 07, 2002 at 02:42:57PM -0800, Jaye Inabnit ke6sls wrote:
> I may simply be too confused to help, but . .   Are you *sure* yahoo is your 
> smtp server?  I had used yahoo for a short time, but I had to use my normal 
> ISP's smtp for outgoing mail.  I am still required to use cox's address even 
> though users send me mail @arrl.net.  
> If you are indeed using yahoo as an ISP, then I would double check the smtp 
> settings and verify you are not attempting to *relay* through them 
> erronously.  Also, do you need to pop mail first *then* send?
> Good luck to you.
> tatah and 73

I think your right that I was relaying through them.  I didn't care for
yahoo any more and so I got an account with linuxfreemail.com but when I 
tried to send mail with them I got back a 550 error Relaying denied which oddly
enough doesn't surprize me since our dorms IPs don't reverse lookup which are
from cox but they don't give us a smtp outgoing mail server.  Which surprizes
these messages get through from my own machine. Maybe I'll setup imap or 
something from this machine to may workstations.


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