pine and sendmail problems

Janina Sajka janina at
Wed Feb 16 13:57:01 EST 2005

And, he may not want to if he doesn't have his own domain name.

Gregory Nowak writes:
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> Actually, we don't at all care what mail ports on the ISP's address
> are listening. What we do care about is if he can send mail to other
> servers besides his ISP on port 25. You can determine that for example
> as follows:
> telnet 25
> If responds, then he doesn't need to use his
> ISP. If doesn't respond, then he's limited to
> using his ISP to send mail, unless he can find someone else to relay
> through. Even if he can send mail by himself, he still may not be able
> to send it to every server if he's on a dynamic IP, as someone else
> has already pointed out.
> Greg
> On Wed, Feb 16, 2005 at 10:02:55AM -0500, Janina Sajka wrote:
> > A nmap -P0 on the ISP's address would tell us quickly what mail ports
> > are listening.
> > 
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