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Old 05-25-2008, 03:01 PM   #1
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sendmail with ypops or freepops please help me..


hello,

1 )Is there any good tutorial for settings of sendmail with ypops or sendmail with freepops? any other else similar to this.

2)I have virtual lan in which server is cofigured as router,firwall with proxy settings.I can access internet in all clients in lan. In server i want to install email programs mensioned above as local to the lan (lan has www.example.com running, dns working.) My question is how do i start email(sendmail/pop/imap etc) programs running only local to lan with example.com

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