|FROM ||From: "Ray C."
|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] email and our server
Thanks everyone. Pine seems learnable enough. I'll just go with that.
On Wednesday 11 June 2003 06:26 pm, Marco Scoffier wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 11, 2003 at 04:32:44PM -0400, Ray C. wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Yes, I'm addicted to gui email clients and haven't the time to learn a
> > CL one so, is there anyway i can pull email off the server to read
> > locally?
> You can have all mail sent to you -at-nylxs.com forwarded to the account
> you use at home -at-rr.com. Put a file in home directory on the server
> called .forward inside put:
> \ray, ray-pub-at-nyc.rr.com
> the \ray is your login name on the server.
> > GUI over the net is dreadfully slow but I need to be able to send
> > email from the NYLXS domain (is this still gettting switched over from
> > mrbrkln.com?)
> still switches over. Perhaps I will be let a go at the sendmail confs
> this Sunday, when Ruben and I were going to do server things. Best you
> can do now is set the Reply-To: line in Evolution when you are sending
> from home.
> > I've tried setting up my local client (Evolution) but am unsure how to
> > get it working. Is it IMAP? The "Unix mbox" style checks my local
> > machine and fails. Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.
> We don't run IMAP or pop so you can't run fetchmail. I have been
> looking at dovecot which is a new small, secure IMAPD which can use mbox
> format mailboxes. Almost working here. Not alot of documentation yet.
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