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Old 06-05-2004, 10:59 PM   #1
arpi
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emacs mail configuration


[fedora core 1]


hi there,

i am starting to use emacs but i am a little confuse.

how do you set up the mail configuration? (i've been using mozilla)
i found how to put my email address in

options->
customize emacs->top level ....

i send email tests but it doesn't work

where do you put the mail server info, the password, etc ?

TX

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