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Old 02-25-2004, 10:09 AM   #1
OtisLinux
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Mail Problem


Im using Redhat 9 Gnome GUI and Evolution email, im connected through my schools LAN on their server.
My question is i am trying to set up my email. I have it set up on a Windows 2000 computer on Outlook, and am trying to use the same settings. The problem is that on the windows box i have incoming mail set as POP3 and on linux i have to set it as POP. outgoing mail is SMTP. When i hit sent/recieve it saids port 110 (POP) was rejected, then port 25 (SMTP) was refused. I change the SMTP to sendmail and POP to standard unix mailbox spool. When i send/recieve i get no errors and it sends correctly, but i cant recieve anything.
Any suggestsions?
 
  


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