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From Home Surf ( legacy) to Extra.... a question

Luzern
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From Home Surf ( legacy) to Extra.... a question

Probably the naffist question of the year Crazy ;D, but I'm changing from a scheme that has a fixed IP address to one that has a dynamic one. Do I need to make any adjustment to my email settings
No one has to agree with my opinion, but in the time I have left a miracle would be nice.
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dvorak
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Re: From Home Surf ( legacy) to Extra.... a question

No Smiley
If you want to keep your static IP address you probably good.
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Luzern
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Re: From Home Surf ( legacy) to Extra.... a question

What are the +/-s of static and dynamic for this simple person?
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Re: From Home Surf ( legacy) to Extra.... a question

For the 'average' (if there is such a thing) home user then probably little point in having static ip.
Only if you wanted to run a web / email server etc at home or connect to your home whilst your out and about would static IP be any use.
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