[nSLUG] Re: anyone run their own mail server?
donald.teed at gmail.com
Thu Nov 10 08:56:29 AST 2005
I looked into this awhile ago, and I decided it was cheaper and more
reliable to use OLM.net's email only service than to buy the dynamic DNS
mail forwarder and port forwarding service from dyndns.org<http://dyndns.org>
It isn't much cheaper, but at $20/year they can provide better connectivity
than I can with my changing IP and DSL..
On 11/9/05, rb <rb.chimp at gmail.com> wrote:
> As a follow up.. found atleast 1 place that offers the service for a
> monthly/yearly fee.. and a 10 day trial.
> Would still prefer to have someone local-ish help me out, but I'll take
> what I can find. :)
> On 11/9/05, rb <rb.chimp at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Looking for someone who runs their own mailserver, and would be willing
> > to be my backup. :)
> > I host email for a few personal domains, not much traffic.. mostly
> > spam.
> > I currently have someone accepting the mail on port 25 and forwarding
> > it to me.
> > If anyone is willing to help me out, drop me a line.
> > Thanks,
> > rb
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