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Old 03-01-2002, 05:59 AM   #1
karunesh
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Single POP Account


Hi,

I am using Redhat Linux 7.1 with sendmail-8.11 and fetchmail-5.7.
Now I have this kind of setup.

Internet=====>> pop@isp.net=====>Redhat Box====>>LAN User( tom,jim,kim etc.)

Now I perodically connect through my ISP and have a single pop account.I have also a domain with me "abcxyz.com".

All the mails for abcxyz.com are forwarded to pop@isp.net.

Now what I want to configure is "I connect to my ISP through dialup and can download all mails for my domain" and then at my end each user can access his/her mail through his mailbox.

I know this can be done through sendmail & fetchmail.But how to configure thsi I don't know.Please help me.

 
  


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