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Posted 28 January 2013 - 14:05
Posted 28 January 2013 - 14:34
Using my ISP Mail Host is a great idea. I don't mind if they have sending limit. Do I only require to get the SMTP for the ISP? or what else info is required?
receiving you will be fine, it is always the sending. Many isps have closed out bound port 25 traffic outside of their network when on their dynamic ip network. Many spam filters have excluded dynamic range from being able to get through. How do you get around the world denying you?
The option would be to send through a mail host, you can use your isp mail host, but they may have a sending limit.
Posted 28 January 2013 - 14:37
Posted 28 January 2013 - 14:37
Posted 28 January 2013 - 19:14
edit: What version of exchange are you running? Look up how to setup smarthost. Keep in mind that many isp will not allow you to send mail from other than your email address, ie say account is email@example.com -- many will not allow you to send mail through their servers that say the email is from firstname.lastname@example.org
I tried tons of ways but none work. Web Server was way easy configuring compared to exchange server
SMTP you will need as well as your account info to be able to authenticate and send mail through. You will need to send mail as this account though...the mail header needs to show this for your recipients to be able to receive mail. Unless they just do a ip check (which may be the case), but if they do any sort of resolve and the ip doesn't match the header host it won't make it through. There is a lot that goes on to verify authenticity of the sender in a spam filter.
Posted 28 January 2013 - 19:27
Posted 28 January 2013 - 19:48
I can afford all the services, but I wanted to setup it for free at all. By the way, setting up all this was a part of my exercise. Wanted to learn about the Web hosting, Domain Controller, Email exchange. All was setup properly except this Exchange. I tried adding the PTR host in Zerigo (my Dynamic DNS service) it was done but my ISP really need to assign me a PTR record to my IP (which seems not possible for Dynamic IP Users). How about if I search for some free SmartHost providers before paying for something
If you not willing to pay for such services - how are you affording exchange?
Posted 28 January 2013 - 20:13
Posted 29 January 2013 - 05:58
Cheap way you could do it is get yourself a VPS somewhere... I have a vps for $15 a year that would be more than capable of sending email for me, etc. And I can setup the PTR on the IP the host gave me. So it can be done for very cheap.
Posted 30 January 2013 - 22:14
im wondering if i can have exchange emails with ddns. such as have my own exchange server and my own ddns fqdn such as test.no-ip.org and then have
etc etc. tahnk u