From: mvale…@draco.lnec.pt ()
Subject: HELP: keeping incoming mail from going out
Date: 19 Aug 1994 12:24:48 GMT
Organization: LNEC, Lab. Nac. de Eng. Civil, Lisboa, Portugal
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I have a Linux system on the Internet ( on an intermitent SLIP
connection ) under domain esoterica.com
I’m able to receive email to orthanc.esoterica.com because I
put this name on the other_names line in config.
But when mail comes in to xpto.esoterica.com it starts bouncing
around between me and my provider: the mail arrives to the address
xpto.esoterica.com, smail finds out its not this machine and sends
the msg back out.
What I’d like to happen: the mail would stay on queue to be delivered
when that system connected to my machine, allowing me to have, for
example, a system using UUCP polling my machine for mail to it ( which
would be addressed to xpto.esoterica.com ), or have that mail delivered
to a BBS using Fidonet format ( ifmail, etc )
Anyone can give me a hand/hint ?
Thanks in advance.
Mario Valente ( mvale…@esoterica.com, mvale…@lnec.pt )