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Old 04-29-2005, 03:26 AM   #1
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rehat fetchmail configuration

Hi, I have been using linux redhat fedora as a mail server for my small business for the past 2 years. The guy that helped me to set it up was more expert than me. In var/ spool/mail/fetchmailrc there are all the commands configured for collecting my mail. When I force a fetchmail it won't work anymore, just gives me a 19: syntax error message. I don't see any problems and I don't know what to do to resolve this problem, so, can anyone out there please assist me with this?
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