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 Internet Mail Setup under FreeBSD

"It's been my experience that whatever configuration you get when you install Postfix is ready to go, but it needs only to know the name of your ISP's mail server. You see, Postfix is a mail server on your machine, and it speaks the same language as almost every other mail server out there on the Internet. Unless your ISP does really weird things, it should quite willingly accept your outgoing mail just like it came from within their own internal mail system in their office."
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 (Submitted by Noel Thu Aug 19, 2004 )

  


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