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Re: [vox-tech] Anyone running a mail server on a dynamic IP?
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Re: [vox-tech] Anyone running a mail server on a dynamic IP?



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On Wednesday 16 June 2004 10:15 pm, Rod Roark rod-at-sunsetsystems.com 
|lugod| wrote:
> Seems like most of the spam that I (and thus LUGOD) are not
> successfully filtering out these days is from dynamic IPs -
> dialup, cable modem, and dynamic DSL.
>
> So I'm wondering if it's reasonable to refuse mail from
> servers that connect directly from a dynamic IP.  Is anyone
> here running such a server?  And if you are, are you finding
> that many sites are refusing your mail?

Running a mail server directly off a dynamic IP (or in a block listes as 
'dynamic') is generaly unusable in my experiance, as many major ISPs and 
companies block such mail.

Those who block dynamic IPs in this manner say that you should relay through 
your ISP's SMTP server, but this can be a problem if your ISP's mail server 
is unreliable.

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