Re: Postfix config
On Sun January 25 2009, Jochen Schulz wrote:
> This is only a problem if the OP wants to send mail from his DynDNS
> server. It shouldn't matter when he only wants to receive mail.
( but I have my own domain host, and SMTP is through them right now..)
this might be useful to me when I am on the road and can't send email from a
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