I believe that this is the default.

I have several email accounts that forward to powertechgroup.com,
and I never have to go and clean them out.

jte

--
John Earl
johnearl@powertechgroup.com
The Powertech Group          www.powertechgroup.com
Seattle, Washington, USA    +1 253-872-7788


----- Original Message -----
From: <rob@dekko.com>
To: <midrange-l@midrange.com>
Sent: Monday, December 31, 2001 01:21 PM
Subject: Re: Testing email connection to the outside world


>
> If we start banging out 96 tests a day (60 minutes per hour *
24 hours / 1
> test every 15 minutes = 96 tests a day), can we get these
accounts to
> automatically delete the email upon forwarding them?
>
> Rob Berendt
> --
> "They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little
temporary
> safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
> Benjamin Franklin
>
>
>
>                     "John Earl"
>                     <johnearl@powertech       To:
<midrange-l@midrange.com>
>                     group.com>                cc:
>                     Sent by:                  Fax to:
>                     midrange-l-admin@mi       Subject:     Re:
Testing email connection to the outside world
>                     drange.com
>
>
>                     12/31/2001 04:13 PM
>                     Please respond to
>                     midrange-l
>
>
>
>
>
>
> You could purchase an Earthlink (or ATT or MSN, etc) account
for
> 20 bucks a month and have it forwarded to one of your Notes
> accounts.  I have an earthlink account that forwards to my
> powertechgroup.com account and the turnaround time can be under
a
> second, and is seldom more than 3 seconds.
>
> jte
>
>
>
>
> --
> John Earl
> johnearl@powertechgroup.com
> The Powertech Group          www.powertechgroup.com
> Seattle, Washington, USA    +1 253-872-7788
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <rob@dekko.com>
> To: <midrange-l@midrange.com>
> Sent: Monday, December 31, 2001 12:17 PM
> Subject: Testing email connection to the outside world
>
>
> >
> > I have this project to verify that we can send and receive
> email to the
> > outside world.  Duh, we can now, of course.  The problem is
> that they want
> > some sort of program that every x minutes verifies that we
> still can, and
> > if not, perform appropriate actions.
> >
> > Options I have mulled around in my head include sending out
an
> email using
> > SNDEMAIL and having it arrive into our Notes.  The problem is
> that if I do
> > this internally the Cisco kid has it never really leaving us.
> Performance
> > wise this is a good thing  - testing wise it isn't.  We do
this
> alot.  Our
> > current testing methodology does do this and a Notes agent -
> which executes
> > the SNDEMAIL on the 400 and does an action when new mail
> arrives into
> > Notes.  This actually tests quite alot.  Many of our problems
> have been
> > internally.  But it does leave out the line and problems with
> the ISP.
> >
> > We thought of bouncing it off of yahoo or hotmail but the
> turnaround is
> > unacceptable.  Yahoo has an out of office but I am not sure
how
> often it
> > grinds out the out-of-office message.  Yahoo also has a
> forwarding to
> > another address which sounds really cool but that only pumps
it
> out on
> > occasion and not upon the receipt of new mail.
> >
> > Our Cisco kid have me this url to verify our email, but I
don't
> know how to
> > utilize this information programmatically:
> > http://www.zmailer.org/mxverify-cgi.html
> >
> > Perhaps an option is to get DSL set up to my home and have a
> throwaway box
> > there configured with it's own email domain to bounce back
> messages.  Work
> > has already supplied my home PC and is currently paying for
my
> second phone
> > line.  Some other employees here have this DSL connection
with
> a VPN.  We
> > might be able to utilize them instead.
> >
> > Rob Berendt
> > --
> > "They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little
> temporary
> > safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
> > Benjamin Franklin
> >
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