Doug White wrote,
> On Wed, 12 May 1999, drwho wrote:
> > FreeBSD 3.1-Stable with internal net addr 192.168.16.1 on interface xl0.
> > This machine connects to the net with a static IP/hostname through pppd
> > on interface ppp0. I am using natd to handle masquerading/aliasing here.
> > All seems to be OK (for the most part) until I try to send mail.
> > Since my local net does not have a registered domain name/IP addr, remote
> > mailers often reject mail coming from my site. What I need to do is
> > "alias" my outgoing mail (in other words, any mail NOT intended for the
> > local network) to appear to come from my ISP assigned address and hostname.
> You should consult www.sendmail.org on this, they should have gotten
> around this by now.
Does your ISP provide SMTP services for you? I would expect they
do. Perhaps the easiest thing is to relay all of your mail through a
mail gateway of theirs. How are you collecting your mail right now?
Can you basically send mail back through that(those) host(s)?
Crist J. Clark firstname.lastname@example.org
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