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July 05, 2002

Ever been roaming and needed a SMTP server?

Ever away from home and, rather than using your modem, your hosts have given you access to their network - but they don't have an SMTP server? (public web spaces etc)

Obviously you can try the list of public SMTP servers, but you'll soon get tired of typing config in for where they've been used to relay spam.

Go to mac.com, subscribe, and they give you an SMTP server you can get to from anywhere on the net if you're prepared to do authentication.

Worth knowing.

Posted by Tom Dolan at July 5, 2002 04:04 AM

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