RE: why we need SMTP server??

  • From: "Neil Hobson" <Neil.Hobson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2003 15:34:27 +0100

If you do develop such a beast, perhaps you could consider in-built
mechanisms to exchange public and private keys, thereby avoiding the
potential for other unscrupulous companies to hijack your server and
send unsolicited messages?  That would be great!  :-)


From: Technical [mailto:tech@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: 29 September 2003 15:29
To: [ExchangeList]

The only down side to using stamps is the extra paper and printing
Our exchange server receives around 3000 emails a day from the internal
users. We print these emails out along with an address label. These are
then packed into an envelope, addressed and stamped ready for postage.
We also receive around 4000 letters a day which we open and type into
Exchange so our users can view them electronically.
With a mail staff of 42 we can deliver and retype all mail  within 6
I dont know how we managed before we got the Exchange server but I do
dream of the time when someone will develop a mechanism by which
exchange servers and other mail servers could talk to each other. The
time saved printing, posting and retyping mail would be a huge cost
saving for all. They could call is something like Simply Mail To People.
Any one fancy trying to develop that?
Frustrated Admin
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