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TZO

We are considering running our own mail server but our ISP only provides dynamic IP addresses.

Does anyone have any experience of using TZO to get around this problem?

Thanks

Ian H.
Tuesday, April 20, 2004

Haven't used TZO, but I've been using dyndns.org for about a year and a half without a single problem.  Their basic service is free, but only provides you with <something>.homeip.net or something similar, but you can just point your mail.company.com subdomain at <something>.homeip.net, and you'll be set.

Emperor Norton
Tuesday, April 20, 2004

I ran into this service last week:

http://hn.org/

It's a free static and/or dynamic DNS service that allows you to use your domain name. Yes, free even for a custom domain. MUCH easier to use than Granite Canyon. I moved a domain there a few days ago and it resolves just fine.

Bored Bystander
Tuesday, April 20, 2004

I second dyndns... and they appear very financially viable from what I've seen.

dir at badblue com
Tuesday, April 20, 2004

Thanks for you help :-)

Ian H.
Thursday, April 22, 2004

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