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Old 07-18-2006, 10:04 AM   #1
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Question Setting up a mailserver with Fedora Core 2

I want to setup a mailserver using Fedora Core 2. I have installed FC2 but I don't know how to start the pop3 service in FC2 and where to get it. All the client machines are running windoz.How can I setup the server sothat all the windoz clients can use that with the Outlook?
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personally, I prefer Postfix to Sendmail, but the principals are the same



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