This is useful if you will be going offline for an extended period of time.If someone else gets your old IP your users will not go to your old IP address. The term "daemon" refers to a standalone processes which keep serving until killed.The update to DDNS provider happens only if This options is primarily for cable and DSL users.
Alternatively provide option --Config FILE from where all relevant information if read.
In host, which has multiple netword cards, the response can include multiple IP addresses.
Must resolve to an static IP address, or it will be ignored. The servers you list need to be correctly configured to accept mail for your hostname, or this will do no good.
Setting up a server as an MX without permission of the administrator may get them angry at you.
To instruct searching from somewhere else in the listing, supply a regular expressions that can match a portion in the listing after which the IP address appears.
In the above case, the regexp could be: ASDL and cable modem and other connections may not be directly connected to Internet, but to a router to allow subnnetting internal hosts.The default is to pick always the first choice, but that may not be what is wanted.The regexp MUST not contain capturing parentheses: if you need one, use non-capturing choice (? Refer to Perl manual page The 1.45 is the intended dynamic IP address, not the first one.Make sure that files in this location do not get deleted.If they are deleted and you happen to update SAME ip twice within a short period - according to - your address may be blocked.The FILE part wll go through Perl's This option is only for --Provider dyndns Update account information with MX hostname.