Re: mail to another machine on the LAN

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>> Will that machine be accessible from outside your LAN?  If so, you need
>> to take anti-spam steps.

Ed Greshko:
> Since the OP mentioned the IP address to be I didn't see
> the need to bring all that up.

I did, because I've seen modem routers which /helpfully/ forward all
incoming packets, or users that configure them to do so.  Not to mention
users with wide-open wireless LANs.

The point about internal abuse/mal-use still stands, too.

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