Re: SMTP mailing problem.
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Subject: Re: SMTP mailing problem.
Date: 1/16/2002 5:55:58 AM (GMT-7)
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In Reply to: Re: SMTP mailing problem. posted by
Ok, so I don't have an MX....does that mean any mail to my machine gets sent to mail.dyndns.org?
If I read this correctly:
"In the absence of an MX, mail to a machine (for example, mail to @who-needs-an-mx.dyndns.org or @yourcustomdns.com) will be handled by that machine (in the case of my example, the machine at who-needs-an-mx.dyndns.org or at yourcustomdns.com). This is the behaviour that most people running mail servers on their home machines want."
It sounds like I don't want an MX, because I want mail to be handled by my machine at cbservices.dyndns.org (it's no big deal...if anybody really wants to find out what it is, it's not that hard...you did, after all....), rather than mail.dyndns.org, or my ISP mail server, or anything like that.
I'm going to try putting my hostname in for MX, and see if that works..... I'll let you know what happens.
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