At 2003-04-02T14:18:50Z, email@example.com writes: > He didn't say the person with the mail server needed an MX record, he said > that "somewhere out there on the internet there is a nameserver for your > domain name with MX records that point at your mail server." Not necessarily true: kirk@pooh:~$ host -t mx ursine.dyndns.org kirk@pooh:~$ > Apparently for you that somewhere is dyndns. If *no one* had it, you > wouldn't receive mail. Not true. The sending server will attempt to connect directly to the specified hostname if no MX record exists for the domain. -- Kirk Strauser In Googlis non est, ergo non est.
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