On Thu, 16 Sep 2010 13:07:32 -0600
Frank Cox <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 2010-09-16 at 14:50 -0400, Steve Blackwell wrote:
> > This makes no sense to me. If someone sending an e-mail to me gets
> > the mail bounced back to them with a server time out error from the
> > ISP,
> > how could my router affect that? The router in question is a Linksys
> > e3000. I called them too but they won't talk to me with sending them
> > $s.
> Are you running your own mailserver? If not, and your email is being
> handled by the ISP's mailserver and you merely run a mail client of
> some kind to read your email, then what you have on your end has
> nothing to do with the ISP's mailserver at all.
No, I'm just running the claws-mail client on this machine and my wife
is running zimbra on her Windows 7 laptop. We've both had e-mails not
I'm struggling to explain why I appear to never have problems
when the router is taken out of the equation. How can I prove to my ISP
that it is their problem?
Changing lives one card at a time
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