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reference:incoming_smtp [2013/07/26 17:19]
paul [Incoming SMTP Mail]
reference:incoming_smtp [2018/11/14 10:45] (current)
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 ===IMPORTANT=== ===IMPORTANT===
-If you have a permanent Internet connection with a static IP address, the usual way of having incoming SMTP is to configure your DNS '​MX'​ records to point to your external IP address. In this case, there are no changes needed to a normal VPOP3 configuration to allow this to work. You do NOT need to configure an //SMTP Mail Collector// in VPOP3. See [[how_to:​incoming_smtp_feed|Incoming SMTP Feed]] for more information.+**If you have a permanent Internet connection with a static IP address, the usual way of having incoming SMTP is to configure your DNS '​MX'​ records to point to your external IP address. In this case, there are no changes needed to a normal VPOP3 configuration to allow this to work. You do NOT need to configure an //SMTP Mail Collector// in VPOP3. See [[how_to:​incoming_smtp_feed|Incoming SMTP Feed]] for more information.**
  
 If you have a dial-up connection, or other intermittent connection, or dynamic IP address, and your Internet Provider has provided you with an SMTP feed account, then, in this case, you //may// need to configure an SMTP Mail Collector. In these days of permanent Internet connections,​ this is rare! If you have a dial-up connection, or other intermittent connection, or dynamic IP address, and your Internet Provider has provided you with an SMTP feed account, then, in this case, you //may// need to configure an SMTP Mail Collector. In these days of permanent Internet connections,​ this is rare!
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