See I tried that myself, adding "foo.com" as an alias in the email portion of BQ, then setting it that way in PINE, but I got an error saying that there was no such host. I'm using NoIP mail reflector and alternate port SMTP, but I'm configured according to their [sparse] documentation.
I don't think no-ip provides this type of tech support, so I've been on my own. I had to tweak PINE a little bit to get my email to send appropriately. I have defined the following as the smtp-server to get the alternate port SMTP going (this is based on the settings for my NoIP services)
I can get mail to go wherever I want with this setting.
When I try to reply, I get a bounce back with either Relaying Denied, or Authorization Required. But why would I need to authorize a standard Yahoo/Hotmail account before it will be received by NoIP? If that were the case, nobody would be able to send me mail. Yet NoIP can see the high-numbered port I've chosen for Sendmail, but email is still not received. Sometimes, it won't even bounce back. It's almost like when I try to reply, the email is going BACK through smtp-auth.no-ip.com and looking for proper account credentials, instead of hitting NoIP's mail reflector and _then_ being delivered to me. How can I stop this from happening?
(Edit: should i be disabling the BlueQuartz email and DNS servers (APOP/POP3/IMAP/Auth SMTP/Submission Port/etc) since I've got NoIP?
Last edited by Technolojesus; 01-30-2008 at 11:39 PM.
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