193577Re: Backing up indefinitely or for set time
- Mar 1, 2006On Wed, 1 Mar 2006 07:46:32 -0500
"Brian Collins" <listbc@...> wrote:
> > > Don't put an SMTP server on a dynamic IP address - you'll onlyIf you offer anything at all to people operating servers you're doing
> > > create a headache for yourself. If you've enough boxes to be
> > > worrying about such things get a static IP address, it will be
> > > less work than trying to work around it.
> > I'll add to that - If your ISP won't provide one then change ISP. In
> > my experience ISPs that insist on dynamic IP only don't want servers
> > on their systems and won't provide proper support.
> That is correct. Speaking from the standpoint of an ISP, we provide
> static IPs to those that request them for doing things like this.
> Still, other than how to avoid being an open relay, we do not offer
> much support .
better than most of the big players I have to deal with. BT especially -
all you can get out of their trained monkey types is reading from a
script on how to set up Outlook and no deviations. (Yes I know BT runs
it's call centre from India these days, and I have no beef with the
people or their accents, it's the lack of training and inability to
refer the problem to those who are better trained that gripes me).
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