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From "Deacon Marcus" <deacon_mar...@wwtech.pl>
Subject RE: SMTP-newbie question
Date Wed, 09 May 2001 03:46:18 GMT
Hi,

> From: Peter Donald [mailto:donaldp@apache.org]
>
> At 11:59  8/5/01 +0200, Deacon Marcus wrote:
> >Thanks,
> >So, if user is local - from allowed ip ranges or previously
> >pop3-authenticated, mail from him is forwarded, in any other case it's
> >either stored (if to local user) or discarded as spam (if to
> remote user)?
>
> depends on how the admin set it up - but what you describe is a common
> scenario for ISPs and the like ;)
>
> Cheers,
>
> Pete

Thanks again, it's perfectly clear know, _but_:

1. SMTP is supposed to allow more servers than just source and destination
in delivery chain, is this behavior is deprecated now?

2. How to configure allow-from-pop3-authenticated-hosts in James? Is it
supported in current version?

3. If it's the common scenario, what are others used and what are pros and
cons of each?

Thanks in advance,
     deacon Marcus


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