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 To have any chance of this working you will almost certainly need to have a reverse DNS entry configured for your Internet IP address, contact your ISP for help with this. To have any chance of this working you will almost certainly need to have a reverse DNS entry configured for your Internet IP address, contact your ISP for help with this.
  
-If you try to use this option with an ADSL/​cable/​dial-up account you will find that many recipients (especially the large hosts, such as Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo etc) will reject your mail, and there is nothing you can do about that. These mail servers can tell that you are on a dial-up account from your IP address, and they are configured to reject mail from dial-up accounts.+If you try to use this option with an ADSL/​cable/​dial-up account you will find that many recipients (especially the large hosts, such as Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo etc) will reject your mail, and there is nothing you can do about that. These mail servers can tell that you are on a dial-up account from your IP address, and they are configured to reject mail from dial-up accounts. If you still wish to use SMTP Direct for other mail in this situation you will need to [[how_to:​Route MX Sent (Direct) Outbound Mail Through Your ISP's Relay Server|tell VPOP3]] to route mail for these specific domains through a relay server instead.
  
 See [[SMTP Direct]] for more information. See [[SMTP Direct]] for more information.
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