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Gary's plight got me thinking about facing the same kind of situation.
For me, being down for an extended period of time would mean that my e-mail
would start bouncing, or people trying to e-mail me would start getting
messages that their message is in the queue awaiting response from my
Yes, I admit it, I've got no secondary mail exchange. But I don't think I'm
the only one facing a big blackout should things get messed up.
So, if any of you want a secondary mail exchange, I'll accept mail for your
domain on my server under a catchall account. (easy to fetch & proc w/ a
I'm running POP3 and IMAP, secure POP3 & secure IMAP (but I haven't gotten a
signed certificate yet, so there's an annoyance factor in using secure
services right now).
What the heck, if any of you have a domain you've been wanting to use, but
haven't had the resources, I can set up my server to act as primary mail
exchange for your domain. You can send e-mail via the secure web-mail
If there's enough interest in doing something like this, where our servers
can cover for each other, or provide community resources for each other,
maybe we can meet somewhere to talk about it.
Gary Kline writes:
> On Thu, Jan 17, 2002 at 05:52:36PM -0800, alex wetmore wrote:
>> On Thu, 17 Jan 2002, Gary Kline wrote:
>> > Sometime yesterday I stopped getting mail via my own
>> > demain at firstname.lastname@example.org. Only mail send to me using
>> > my FQDN gets thru. ...So it looks like Oz.net//aka theriver.com
>> > dropped my domain from their secondary.
>> > Has anybody heard anything about theriver.com? Like maybe
>> > they are on the edge of going Chapter 7? Two emails have
>> > gone unanswered whch is not how the ISP was a year ago.
>> As far as I know they are not on the edge of going under. They've
>> been spending money on upgrading their network infrastructure and
>> hiring new support staff, and those aren't things that a company
>> about to go under usually does.
>> If you are having problems with support send email to email@example.com.
>> I've had problems with support not answering, but he generally takes
>> care of my problems.
> Thanks for the name of a warm body. Strange thing is that
> they//at least their 520 number answers almost immediately.
> I *have* had to wait for tech support, but no prob since I
> use a speakkerphone.
>> I don't use their DNS services, but I've had DSL through them for
>> three and a half years.
> Gary Kline firstname.lastname@example.org www.thought.org Public service Unix