Are we drifting away from redhat install issues?
However a little drift is good some times...
If you are doing email, be sure to make sure comcast or whoever has the reverse dns set up. Not having a valid reverse dns can end up with your email being marked as spam etc.
If you have clients as in someone you are helping...
I set some clients (friends or at least still friends ;-) ) up with Google apps. They mostly wanted email with a bit of web site. They have dns one with network solutions the other with godaddy. I put some stuff on one of my machines that is on a static IP from AT&T/sbcglobal. Point to another host in their dns with my IP and that works, but is not complex. Google apps is ok but I tried using it for our domain and have to dump it for now. The web hosting that comes with does not give you folders and we will wait a year to see what they come up with.
I had static IPs from a cable provider but eventually had to dump them when I found that many of my problems with aol were charter was selling me static IPs in a dynamic range and felt real justified that I was paying a lot more and not helping with the aol problems for months and months till aol started pushing hard. sigh
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