[Rack] noisebridge.net email addresses

Patrick Keys citizenkeys at gmail.com
Sun Feb 20 17:42:25 UTC 2011

Email is two things: inbound and outbound.  Outbound can be any smtp 
server.  Inbound can also be a different smtp server, even a simply 
relay.  However, it didn't even cross my mind originally that the vast 
bulk amount of our noisebridge.net email is both inbound and outbound 
mail through the listserv.

That said, the best solution seems to be having a different domain, like 
how Al setup nburl.net for our tiny url.  I was bored last night and got 
the domains noisebridge.biz and noisebridge.tv .  Port 80 on both 
redirect to noisebridge.net .  I'm not 100% happy with either 
noisebridge.biz or noisebridge.tv .   noisebridge.me would've been 
ideal.  but noisebridge.me and all the other good tld extensions have 
been taken up by domain squaters.  noisebridge.me expires this july, so 
lets hope they don't renew it.

For email, the dns provider I use allows up to 50 email redirects per 
domain.  so if you wanted, say, jeff_tchang at noisebridge.biz to redirect 
to jeff_tchang at gmail.com , I could set that up in about 30 seconds and 
it would work immediately.

If anybody wants a noisebridge.biz or noisebridge.tv email address, just 
say something.


On 2/19/2011 8:39 PM, Leif Ryge wrote:
> On 02/19/2011 07:56 PM, Patrick Keys wrote:
>> why can't we get noisebridge.net email addresses?
>> depending on our dns setup, we should be able to just do email redirect
>> to another email account with another provider ( like redirecting mail
>> to citizenkeys at noisebridge.net to citizenkeys at gmail.com ).
> There was some discussion about that in December. See here:
> https://www.noisebridge.net/pipermail/noisebridge-discuss/2010-December/019056.html
> ~leif
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