(“Extended TURN”) An ESMTP command (first defined in RFC 1985) with which a client asks the server to deliver queued mail to the client via a new ESMTP connection.
ETRN supersedes the SMTP “TURN” command in the same way that ESMTP’s “EHLO” supersedes SMTP’s “HELO”.
[es-rohg, -ruh g, et-; Sephardic Hebrew et-rawg; Ashkenazic Hebrew es-rohg] /ˈɛs roʊg, -rəg, ˈɛt-; Sephardic Hebrew ɛtˈrɔg; Ashkenazic Hebrew ɛsˈroʊg/ noun, plural etrogs, etrogim [Sephardic Hebrew et-raw-geem; Ashkenazic Hebrew es-roh-gim] /Sephardic Hebrew ɛt rɔˈgim; Ashkenazic Hebrew ɛsˈroʊ gɪm/ (Show IPA) 1. Judaism. a citron for use with the lulav during the Sukkoth festival service.
[ih-troo r-ee-uh] /ɪˈtrʊər i ə/ noun 1. an ancient country located between the Arno and Tiber rivers, roughly corresponding to modern Tuscany in W Italy. /ɪˈtrʊərɪə/ noun 1. an ancient country of central Italy, between the Rivers Arno and Tiber, roughly corresponding to present-day Tuscany and part of Umbria 2. a factory established in Staffordshire […]
[ih-truhs-kuh n] /ɪˈtrʌs kən/ adjective 1. pertaining to Etruria, its inhabitants, civilization, art, or language. noun 2. an inhabitant of ancient Etruria. 3. the extinct language of Etruria, not known to be related to any other language. Abbreviation: Etr. /ɪˈtrʌskən/ noun 1. a member of an ancient people of central Italy whose civilization influenced the […]
noun 1. a black ceramic ware ornamented in encaustic colors, developed by Josiah Wedgwood.