kevanf1 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 21 23:19:05 BST 2004
> No. Even if you switch off your current SMTP server, mail will just queue
> on the sending mail servers. If you're down for too long the sending mail
> servers will return your mail to sender; you'll not get it, but it won't
> be lost as such.
> Peter Oliver
I usually get a message back from my ISP's mail server if a message
fails. I think it keeps trying automatically for about 5 days with no
intervention from myself. Useful if somebody is changing over mail
servers. I've not known this with any other ISP but I'm sure they
must do this?
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