Describe OsamuAoki here.
[http://people.debian.org/~osamu Osamu's Debian web page]
Interesting sites for BSMTP and DNS
Following is not tested contents. This is under contraction.
When we got Debian account as DD, we knew we obtained followings:
- package upload privilage,
a cute mail address like firstname.lastname@example.org on MX=master.debian.org, (You can forward but there is no POP service) and
- shell accounts on many fast/strange architecture machines.
We have few more less known benefits.
Alternative mail account like email@example.com on MX=people.debian.org
- check the latest DNS MX record.
- Access to the third level domain names *.debian.net
Set this via GPG signed mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
- virtual domain MX support on Debian host machines.
- Accessible through SSH/BSMTP on debian hosts.
- People seem to use people.debian.org machine.
- The use of this eliminates needs for POP server at Debian or your external mail address.
- Check /etc/exim4/* of each host
See following for how to do it.
[http://db.debian.org/forward.html Debian GNU/Linux -- Email Forwarding]
[http://db.debian.org/doc-mail.html Debian GNU/Linux -- LDAP Gateway]
[http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2001/debian-devel-200102/msg00965.html BSMTP on debian.net]