HexValidEmail registry settings
HexValidEmail provides a way of changing special options though the
If it does not already exist, create the following registry key:
Then you can create the following value below it:
Use this value to specify the IP addresses of your local DNS
servers. The string should consist of IP addresses in dotted-quad
format, separated by spaces. For example:
Normally you won't need this registry setting because HexValidEmail
uses HexDns to automatically detect your local nameserver addresses.
On some NT4 and Win95 configurations, however, that auto-detection may
fail. Also, in some circumstances, you may simply wish to specify
servers other than the ones configured on your machine.
HexValidEmail will recognize any changes to this registry key when
you create the next instance of the Connection class.