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Date: 11 Oct 1996 03:58:24 GMT
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Subject: ISP & EMAIL
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I am going to be setting up connectivity between our local UNIX lan, and an
ISP.  My question is about
email.  I'm not looking for an SMTP or UUCP howto, but an abstract of what
I'll need to setup and what
pitfalls to watch for.

We're registering a domain name, and according to our ISP will have email
support for multiple users. 
My question about that is, do I need mailboxes at both ends for all users,
or does the email sit & 
wait at the ISP until I get it, and then distribute it?

Any suggestions or pointers to more information greatly appreciated.