Home IMAP server

Jeffrey F. Bloss jbloss at tampabay.rr.com
Fri Dec 29 21:57:18 UTC 2006

Avi Schwartz wrote:


> > All that aside, there's a whole slew of other reasons you don't
> > want to run a "home server" as a primary mail transport. There's
> > all manner and form of craziness out there perpetrated in the name
> > of "the war on spam" for instance. There's a considerable number of
> > servers which in effect flatly refuse to accept any mail at all
> > from any IP that it decides isn't in a block that would house a
> > "real" mail server. RBL's are another such problem. If someone in


> That is why I setup postfix to relay via my ISP's mail server.  If

Then you're not using your home server as your primary mail transport.
It's nothing more than a staging area between your mail client and
something else. Convenient, and useful in many ways, but you just
confirmed my assertion that you can't cut your ISP or some other "real"
server out of the equation and still expect to maintain any sort of

Thank you for your support. ;)

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