Janina Sajka janina at
Wed Feb 16 09:53:11 EST 2005

So, case in point? No?

Why rely on the ISP to send your mail? Get that sendmail, or exim, or
whatever, working and use it.

Sorry if I dived in here late and missed something salient.

Adam Myrow writes:
> On Tue, 15 Feb 2005, randy turner wrote:
> >well i have to run get-mail first,
> >then pine will send the message like it should
> >does this give any one any ideas?
> It's a feature of your ISP which forces you to authenticate with your POP 
> server, and then, it will let you send mail for a limited time.  I think 
> it's some sort of anti-spam measure, and unfortunately, there's not much 
> you can do about it except always check your mail right before you send, 
> or get another ISP.
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