> > OK. Is there any reason for me to pursue this with Verizon? I.E. is there > any advantage to my company to relay the mail through Verizon? > Forgive me, Jeff, since I think we've been talked about this before, but I've got so many things going on that I can't remember the details anymore... You're saying that the mail works okay if it's not relayed via Verizon, correct? Does that include sending to AOL.COM, YAHOO.COM, etc? If you've got forward/reverse DNS set up properly (with the Internet, not just your LAN) and you're not coming from account, I think you'll be okay without relaying through someone else. If you don't have forward/backward DNS, or are coming from an address that's registered as a "dial-up" address, some mail servers might reject your e-mail as spam. I guess you can try it and see what happens, but be alert for problems.
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