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d3vy Silver badge

Re: Fixed IP?

No-ip offer a free domain name and a client that keeps the dns in sync when it changes...

If your really tight and don't want to pay for the paid no-ip service that allows you to use your own domain name you can do it with a cname record that points back to the free NO-IP address.

Although a static IP would be easier - ive found quite a few anti spam systems will block email that has come from a home broadband IP.

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