In order to stop proliferation of SPAM Email we will be turning off our Email Relaying option for our SMTP ports. This will only affect users that are sending email through our systems by setting up their SMTP servername as mail.yourdomain.com in their email programs (netscape mail, outlook, eudora, etc...). This will *NOT* affect email being sent from - cgi scripts - Frontpage mail bots. - email forwarding - aliasing - auto-responders, - users using ExpressMail to read email - Majordomo mailing lists hosted on our servers This also does *NOT* affect any mail you receive. If you use a email client, please check the configuration for SMTP outgoing server and set it to what your ISP recommends, do not set it to your webserver. We have been recommending using your own ISP for quite some time now. We expect to turn on the new config in a week. The reason for this change is to thwart clever bulk email programs from relaying their mail through our servers. This will also help keep our IP addresses out of the internet "black" lists; these lists are being used more and more by ISPs to block access to/from mis-configured systems. This will help keep your web sites accessable. If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. We expect this change to have no impact to most users.