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Old 11-03-2006, 05:05 PM   #1
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using mutt in different network domains


I am using mutt to send mails through command line in my shell script. I have got the mutt installed on FC4 machine. Its working fine. Now I need to move this machine to the premises of a different company. Do I need to make any changes in the mutt/sendmail configuration to make mutt work there? If yes, it will be a great help for me if you can give me some pointers as to what changes I need to make.


pssst...sorry if it sounds like a stupid question. I am more of an electronics engineer and playing around with linux for the first time in my life!


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