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Re: Selection of Appropriate Local SMTP Relay
- From: J.D. Falk
- Date: Mon Jan 10 19:36:21 2000
On 01/10/00, Daniel Senie <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> There exists a DHCP option for specifying the SMTP server for a client
> to use (option 69). This could be used in the case of DSL and cable
> modems, but I'm unaware of anyone actually using it. I also haven't seen
> anything to lead me to believe mail client applications have any way to
> get this from the local system should the value be negotiated.
Yes, I was about to post this as well. In fact, DHCP has
all sorts of room for specifying things like this...but we
have yet to see 'em implemented anywhere.
The days of upgrading the entire Internet within six months
are long, long past.
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