|Doug on 28 Jul 2012 10:05:53 -0700|
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|Re: [PLUG] Bulk mailing|
Doug, getting around the SMTP from a dynamic IP is very simple. I've been
doing it for 4 years through comcast. I simply relay through their server.
Since I am a Comcast Business customer, I can use my business account to have
postfix (my SMTP server) log on to Comcast's SMTP server and relay through it.
(It takes a just a couple of lines in a postfix configuration file). Since the
eMail recipients see the comcast server, not your server, as the intermediate
source, it is trusted and approved.
Comcast may throttle your mail, however. I never send that many eMails, but I
have written a python script which sends email at a predetermined rate to
prevent being flagged as spammer. If you like, I will send you that script
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