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1999\11\11@045815 by Sten Dahlgren

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Hello !

I'm about to switch my subscribtion over to my home computer/ISP
but has some serious problems.
When i try to subscribe from my home ISP i don't get any replys
no nothing, i have tried to send info and help requests to but
no response at all. From work i tried the change command to move
it over and then i get a mail sent to home that i should reply
with an "ok #######" message and then i get a response to home with
a new request to send an ok but with another number. At the same time
i get a reply to work with a comment like this.

Your  request cannot  be processed  because the  confirmation came
from
spam_OUTstdaTakeThisOuTspamD1O41.TELIA.COM rather  than .....sten.dahlgrenKILLspamspam@spam@TELIA.COM.  For
security
reasons, the confirmation for a change of address must come from the
new
address. A new confirmation request is being sent.

At home i'm logged in as stda. The machine name D1041 is something my
ISP has invented. Probably DHCP thing.


Any help needed.

regards
/Sten

1999\11\11@054608 by paulb

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Sten Dahlgren wrote:

> The machine name D1041 is something my ISP has invented.
> Probably DHCP thing.

 DHCP?  Sounds nasty!  Shouldn't generally affect e-mail but...
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       Paul B.

1999\11\11@062447 by Tim Hamel

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In a message dated 11/11/99 2:47:06 AM Pacific Standard Time,
paulbspamKILLspamMIDCOAST.COM.AU writes:

>  DHCP?  Sounds nasty!  Shouldn't generally affect e-mail but...

DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) is completely irrelevant to the
problem here. DHCP has to do with dynamic IP addy assignments. What his
problem could be are his mail program settings. Either that or SMTP/POP
server problems...
Sheesh, it's been a LONG time since I've posted, and when I do, it's
completely OT, arrrggghh!


Regards,

Tim Hamel

1999\11\11@123832 by Mark Willis

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Sten Dahlgren wrote:
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Oh, Boy, another problem to figure out & solve here <G>

Sten, I'll help you out, this could be just a configuration problem from
your home computer, I maye have to issue commands FOR you (been MEANING
to read that section of the new software's manual, now I'll get it
done!  <G>)

Please send an e-mail to me, off-list, from your HOME and from your WORK
addresses, maybe pass the messages you're getting along by forwarding.
I need to see your headers, I think, from the home machine (it's
possible something's not set right there, it's possible I've misled
myself here, too <G>)

(BTW, the 'Ideal' e-mail address for "Help!" requests like this is the
"PICList Admins Helpline" address, <PICList-Requestspamspam_OUTMITVMA.MIT.EDU>.
But, then, Paul and Tim don't get to tease you <G>)

 Mark

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