• Subject: Re: Mail Relaying
  • From: "Mike Buglass" <list.receiver@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2001 00:24:34 -0000
  • Organization: DCS eIntegration

Jon,
If you are accessing the mail server via the internet then you are using a
relay and the spammers can utilize it. You will either need to dial in to a
remote access server of some sort or use VPN to provide you with a valid
internal IP address that can be set to allow relay.
--
Mike Buglass
Technical Consultant
DCS eIntegration
Nottingham, United Kingdom



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