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In my home I have 3 PCs networked together. I have a standard POP3 email account. I have no mail server.
What I want to do is this:
I want to use a mail client at any of my PCs so that I can pick up/send mail. But I need only one local mail store, so that if I log on from another PC next time. All my mail is available there.
I have tried ...
Greylisting won't help you because the spammers can just dump their mail onto your backup MX which will then happily relay it on to you from both a trusted and persistent (genuine) mailer and address.
It's unlikely that a UK ISP would neglect to provide an outgoing smarthost (SMTP/submission) server. But yes, MercuryE is the module ...
Thanks for your help.
As I said I'm a bit slow. What is?
Add as local domain both the IP: [192.168.1.100] and f.ex. myhomenetwork.local if you care to use neater email aliases.
I have never set up an email server before so please bare with me.
I have a server running 2003 Server
I have Mercury.
I just want to email people on the local netowrk, not go outside.
I don't know what to put where in the Mercury Configuration.
I do not have a DNS server.
I don't think I have a domain. I ...
What a great forum!
I'm new to MercuryMail, mail servers, SMTP etc so excuse my dumb questions. I'm running Apache on Windows as a development server (using the XAMPP bundle) to test a data analysis tool (see bovianalyser.dyndns.org). I'm looking to have the tool mail back the results of it's analysis to the ...
Methuselah: Local Users: Username=TechnoMail, Personal Name = Robin Martin
Core/Local Domain: LocalHost = YMCSERV, Internet name = technolib.coza
Aliases: Aliasfirstname.lastname@example.org, Real address=TechnoMail
THIS WORKS - via Mercury spooler only . . . at last !!
My goodness, you're really good at trial and error. ...
yravi: Our institution has 2 mail servers on different domains maintained by 2 ISP's across the globe.
Email is routed based on mx-pointers within the dns. For your two domains, the mx-pointers either go to you ISP or to your XP machine.
If the mx-pointers point to your XP-machine all e-mails will be delivered to it, and received by ...
If it is a local installation there is little need to use a domain mailbox.
Add local users, then their aliases.
To a local user you can receive whatever addresses.Just like: email@example.com == mailbox1and firstname.lastname@example.org == mailbox1
Your colleagues then receive their email via pop3, utilizing module MercuryP, from their respective ...