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RE: Fun new policy at AOL
From: Drew Weaver <drew.weaver () thenap com>
Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2003 17:22:03 -0400


Then why not just pay a Virtual Mail hosting company to host a mail server
for you via Imail or one of the other virtual email service packages out
there. It is very inexpensive most of the time. That way you have the
flexibility of having your own mail server, plus (most of the time) the
server is hosted in a controlled environment (ie power, AC, network) et
cetera, the benefits are endless.

Thanks,
-Drew


-----Original Message-----
From: Roland Perry [mailto:nanog () internetpolicyagency com] 
Sent: Friday, August 29, 2003 4:42 PM
To: nanog () merit edu
Subject: Re: Fun new policy at AOL


In article <20030829162412.GA9397 () dipole informationwave net>, Omachonu
Ogali <nanog () missnglnk com> writes
In which case, the telecommuters should use their organization's
mail servers with SMTP authentication (yes, authentication, not
pop-before-smtp).

I'm a telecommuter, I'm also a freelance, so my organisation is "me". I
like the idea of running a reliable mail server with authentication, at
my home base. Which is my home. I just have to get AOL not to define it
as "residential".
-- 
Roland Perry


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