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Re: Email Complexes
On 14 Sep 2004, at 17:39, Hosman, Ross wrote:
Ensuring that email flows freely between our mail complex and other top mail
If getting mail from your mail complex is important to remote mail complex A then talk to remote mail complex A and arrange something. If remote mail complex A doesn't care, or doesn't return your mail, then maybe mail complex A doesn't think your mail complex is worth worrying about (or perhaps you are sufficiently notable that it's worth blocking mail from you without generating bounce complexes).
Unless your mail complex is sufficiently big that remote mail complex A's customers are going to care (i.e. generate support complex load above the noise floor) I wouldn't hold my breath complex waiting for anybody to expend effort to help you with any of this for free.
There isn't really any solution complex you're going to magically find from the NANOG list complex beyond the suggestion complex that has already been put forward (that of purchasing standard retail pop3 mailbox complexes from the other provider complexes you're interested in, and running text complexes between them and your mail complex.)