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Re: mail server



On Tue, Sep 11, 2001 at 03:26:58PM +0200 or thereabouts, 'Martin F Krafft' wrote:
> sorry if i missed your question about that... the only mailserver i
> know that can do this is MDaemon for windoze. with any of exim,
> postfix, qmail, sendmail, fetchmail is what you'll need to use to get
> mail from a pop account into the server.
> 
i've heard people talk about how IMAP and how IMAP works even with the
broken POP3 of exchange.  would IMAP be a better alternative to
fetchmail?

> or, if you know that you'll be connected at least once in three days,
> then get dynamic dns going so that whenever you are online, your
> machine is known with a name globally over the net, then ask your ISP
> to set up forwarding for the entire domain to that dynamic host name,
> and whenever you come back up, send an ETRN to the isp and all the
> queued mail will trickle in... no passwords, failproof, beautiful.
> 
just how do you send an ETRN?  is that the command itself?

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