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    Mail server


    Thanks to these forums and some work on my part i was able to get my server to send and receive mail. however, is there anyway to all places such as yahoo.com, hotmail, and other email server, to accept emails from me? i do not have a static IP so if i send a message to them saying "please allow this IP" like instructed in the emails i receive from them then it would eventually change and i wouldnt be able to use it. any comments/suggestions would be most helpful, thanks.

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    maybe iptables?

    use "service iptables stop" commands

    Email:tengulre@163.com from china

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    Re: Mail server

    Quote Originally Posted by thegoshem
    Thanks to these forums and some work on my part i was able to get my server to send and receive mail. however, is there anyway to all places such as yahoo.com, hotmail, and other email server, to accept emails from me? i do not have a static IP so if i send a message to them saying "please allow this IP" like instructed in the emails i receive from them then it would eventually change and i wouldnt be able to use it. any comments/suggestions would be most helpful, thanks.
    try to visit http://www.dyndns.org and/or http://www.no-ip.com

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