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Thread: kmail - sending to users on same network

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    kmail - sending to users on same network

    hey all,

    having a problem with kmail when sending an email to a user on the same network who has an email address at the same webmail hosted domain. ie. it wont get to them
    heres what i mean, user1 has the email addres bob@helpme.co.uk
    user2 sue@helpme.co.uk
    both can send receive to everyone fine except to eachother or anything@helpme.co.uk from the same network

    i tried changing the kmail sending/retrieval network to sendmail instead of smtp and it seemed to work sending to eachother, but i then had some problems where mail wasnt getting through to a number of other ppl

    is there anyway to combine sendmail and smtp or another workaround for this

    many thanks

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    do these replace kmail or are they different mta's?

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    Re:

    Dear vaineh,
    Hello,

    Quote Originally Posted by vaineh
    do these replace kmail or are they different mta's?
    These are different MTA's.

    Best Regards.
    Frrkh hmd

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