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Date: Tue, 26 Sep 1995 10:51:52 -0500
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We have a unix box that we want to pass mail to an internal mercury gateway
(pegasus protege'). The inside
novell network is an artificial network number according to RFC 15xx. What
is the best way to just
pass e-mail to this inside network, without compromising the internals? Use
upas? Is it best on this relay box to only run it as dns and remailer?
Should I just take off all other services?