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Old 10-20-2006, 09:00 AM   #1
averd
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Sendmail/Dovecot Retrieving Email - Stop Local Mail Delivery


I am having a problem retrieving email on other clients.

If I am using outlook express, I can send email fine, but I can't recieve any.

I checked the server and went to the test account and typed in "mail". All the test emails I sent are there, this must mean that all email is going to the local account, and not staying on the server, so when I try check my mail, the server doesn't have it anymore.

My question is how do I force sendmail/dovecot to NOT send the mail to the local account, or how can I force the mail to stay on the server?

Thanks

I kinda need an answer to this ASAP =\

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