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Re: Localized mail servers, global scope

  • From: Suresh Ramasubramanian
  • Date: Thu Jun 23 10:59:08 2005
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Wild idea and there's just too much good german beer here at MAAWG
( in Dusseldorf, but .. anybody tried anycasting a

Operationally that is ...

On 23/06/05, [email protected] <[email protected]> wrote:
> > You don't need a central MX if each site MTA knows which users are at
> > which sites. Incoming email may have to take an extra hop if it comes in
> > to the wrong site, but that's a consequence of the specification that no
> > implementation can fix.
> In other words, SMTP does not have the equivalent of an
> HTTP redirect which is what he wants here. Maybe SMTP
> really is broken? ;-)
> --Michael Dillon

Suresh Ramasubramanian ([email protected])