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  1. Hello, I have successfully registered my two mailhosts. However, there is a minor problem, noted in each of the processed spams: my ISP uses a different domain to process its incoming email. Here is the top of a typical header: Received: from hotmail.com (bay8-dav52.bay8.hotmail.com [64.4.26.41]) by host22.the-web-host.com (8.12.10/8.12.10) with ESMTP id i43LTXA4030034 for <work[at]cqs.com>; Mon, 3 May 2004 17:29:33 -0400 My domain (which is a server within their domain) is cqs.com and their incoming email server is the-web-host.com. Should I just register this latter domain as one of my email hosts? Thanks Jonathan Campbell
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    Mail host setup problem

    Forgive my naivete here, but this mailhost stuff is really baffling. Here's my mail configuration: 1. I always post spams using the web, after logging in to a paid account. 2. I have 6 or 7 addresses to which I get spam. 3. I use Outlook Express to download them. All but one of them sit on my website ISP's server until I download them. They are not forwarded. There are 7 separate accounts, e.g., work at cqs.com, consult at cqs.com, freereport at cqs.com. So I assume that I need to just register these 6 or 7 addresses so they don't get tagged as spam origins. Is this correct? Sorry if this is a dumb question... Thanks much Jonathan Campbell
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