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Old 02-26-2004, 06:51 PM   #1
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installing imap


I am trying to setup a mail server using sendmail and imap. i have both installed using rpm -ivh. i can telnet both port 25 and 110 from localhost. However, i can't telnet from remote computer through port 110.

when i check netstat -an, i see so i assume that its accepting incoming through port 110. so im all confused now.

please advice, thanks in advance

Old 02-26-2004, 08:33 PM   #2
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i would assume your running DHCP (dial up, DSL/Cable), you might want to check your network settings and configure the DHCP Host and name it whatever your domain name is.

If you're not running a domain name.. i think you still might be able to use your IP address.

Give a whirl and come back if it doesnt work


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