[FoRK] Dial up ISP in Oregon?
Strata R. Chalup <
strata at virtual.net
> on >
Tue Nov 14 14:18:41 PST 2006
Sign up for a basic plan with emailthatworks.com. They offer outbound SMTP as
well as inbound POP or IMAP, and maintain high-number ports for your outbound
SMTP connection. Also support SSL inbound and SSL or TLS outbound, which makes
me happy in coffeeshops. Also webmail https.
Disclaimer: I'm an advisor, but I trust them with MY mail, which tells you
Andy Armstrong wrote:
> Sorry to bother FoRK with this. I provide web hosting to a guy who
> makes mountain bike frames in Medford, Oregon - Jeff Jones
> (jonesbikes.com). He's a fantastic frame builder but he sucks pretty
> amazingly at computers. At the moment he's dialling up with Jeffnet.org
> (http://www4.jeffnet.org/) and finds that he often can't send mail -
> relaying denied - presumably because their outgoing mail server doesn't
> like him sending mail using the jonesbikes.com domain name. For
> whatever reason - possibly transparent proxying by his ISP - he isn't
> able to connect to my smtp server (which would allow him to send mail).
> I'm having limited success solving his problems from here in the UK...
> Would anyone happen to know of a different ISP that serves Medford that
> I could recommend to him? Somebody who wouldn't get funky about people
> sending mail using a domain name other than the ISP provided one?
> Thanks :)
Strata R Chalup [KF6NBZ] strata "@" virtual.net
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