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all i know that in my netscape mail preferences incoming mimap mail server is set to imap.mail.netcenter.com
(i didn't have to write it on my own in netscape mail, netscape mail wizard has got option: netscape webmail)
i'm on adsl...
it's quite strange because i'm 100% sure that's what's written in my account settings (in win netscape mail client) after "incoming server adress:" and i have no problems checking the mail...
Perhaps there is somethign built into netscape that lets you access it. Perhaps you could try initiating an imap connection on windwos while running:
netstat -n 1
This should show all conenctions going in and out of your computer. You should be able to copy the text to a text editor and search for connections going to an imap port. If you are unsure then post the output.
i did that but the list is always different!how do i know what's important?
other thing: i don't feel quite comfortable with putting some "local adresses" on forum (if what i think they are is right)
could you tell what is it that i should be looking for?