Morris-Clan.Net and Scheib-Clan.Net Connection Configuration
An ISP is the method by which a computer connects to the internet. The ISP
is the company which provides the other side of the connection your
computer's modem (phone, DSL, etc.) connects to.
An Open-Relay Email Server is one that will allow mail clients to connect
from any place on the internet, rather than from a trusted list of
computers. These servers are the source of 90% of all spam email messages,
and are therefore frequently blocked by other email servers so as to limit
the amount of spam messages received by users.
The POP3 protocal allows an email client to download messages from an email
server to the local computer. Sometimes also called a "mail server" by an
The SMTP Protocal is used to send mail from one computer to another.
Sometimes also called a "mail server" by an ISP.
A Virtual Private Network is a means by which computers can act as a single
physical network, when in fact they are spread accross the internet.
- Internet Service Provider (ISP)
- Open-Relay Email Server
- Post Office Protocol 3 (POP3)
- Simple Mail Transfer Protocal (SMTP)
- Virtual Private Network (VPN)