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On Tuesday, 2008-10-21 at 11:07 +0200, Hartmut Meyer wrote:
and if your
existing smtp server rejects you with the o.o alias (mine
Yes, that's the problem (sorry for not explaining this in my first e-mail). I
was actually assuming that this (rejecting other FROM addresses) would be
default with most SMTP servers. Anyway, it certainly doesn't work with my
I thought so. None of the providers in Spain that I know of allow this.
None. So, gmail is a blessing...
you can use
the smtp server of gmail, if you previously configure a
setting in gmail telling them you are using them to send with any other
alias you want to.
But that would require me to get an gmail account, right?
Right. I'm sending you an "invite".
There, go to "settings", "Accounts", "Send mail as", and
Of course, before that, learn how to configure pop or imap, and smtp
sending with your new gmail address, get it working, and then configure it
for your o.o alias.
Notice that your real gmail address will go hidden, but find-able, in the
Carlos E. R.
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