E-mail on your own box

brent harding bharding at greenbaynet.com
Sat Jun 24 00:36:52 EDT 2000

Are there autoupdate clients that I can use with /etc/ppp/ip-up.d scripts
in debian?
At 08:17 PM 6/23/00 -0400, you wrote:
>Yeah, but, keep it off long enough and it'll get bounced back.  Keep it
>off even for 3 or 4 hours and people will start getting those messages
>talking about "can't send message for 4 hours" or whatever.  i\It's even
>more interesting if you log off of yi.org (setting your ip address to
>  Then, your name "odysseus.yi.org" goes away completely until
>you log back on.  Since your machine is on most of the time, (as you
>mentioned) you probably won't notice this.  Even is some messages are
>deferred, they will come trickling in once you are back.  Yi.org is
>definitely a great service, no question about it.  And, it's
>On Fri, 23 Jun 2000, Tommy Moore wrote:
>> heh, I've used yi.org for over a year now or something like that have had
>> no problems with mail delivery, even if the box has been off for a little
>> while.
>> I keep it up most of the time if possible, but even if I don't the mail
>> still comes in anyways.
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