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Re: [Nmh-workers] Help!

From: norm
Subject: Re: [Nmh-workers] Help!
Date: Fri, 25 May 2012 11:57:59 -0700

Ken Hornstein <address@hidden> writes:
>>I am trying the mst.conf change. But the test may take few days to complete,
>>because the problematic addressee is traveling, and hence slow to Email
>I think you'd know right away if you get a bounce.

It has been taking about a week to bounce. But, this time, I sent the
problematic addressee a copy of the test message from a computer that has been
working for that addressee, so I should know as soon as he sees to his Email.

>When you asked about this in February, the way we left things was:
>- You'll set "servers" to smtp.tsoft.com (You didn't need to do any
>authentication, from what I remember).
>- When you want to send email to yourself, you'll use "send -server localhost"
>AFACT, that setup should still do everything you want.  Your other options
>- Alias "norm" to "address@hidden" in nmh (and keep servers at smtp.tsoft.com).
>- Modify your Postfix configuration to deliver local mail locally and punt
>everything to your ISP's smarthost.

    Norman Shapiro

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