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Old 10-20-2011, 07:30 AM   #1
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for setting up a mail server and configure them
i need also how you need to configure outlook
 
Old 10-20-2011, 08:35 AM   #2
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you need to configure mail server but din't mention which OS you are using. providing less information will not get you help.

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for setting up a mail server and configure them i need also how you need to configure outlook
Yes. http://www.google.com

There are THOUSANDS of how-to guides on how to set up both postfix and sendmail, with loads of documentation. As said, unless you provide details, you can't get help. What "mail server" (postfix? sendmail?), what version/distro of Linux? How many users? Environment? What your clear goals are??

And the only thing you need to 'configure' on Outlook, is the mail server name/port/user ID/password, since it's just another mail client. However, if you're looking to replace ALL the functionality of Outlook (like calendars, etc.), your needs are going to be very different.
 
  


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