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[aclug-L] Re: logging onto a MS NT LAN w/ Linux

[aclug-L] Re: logging onto a MS NT LAN w/ Linux

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Subject: [aclug-L] Re: logging onto a MS NT LAN w/ Linux
From: Curtis Hawthorne <cghawthorne@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 24 Nov 1999 14:43:57 -0600
Reply-to: aclug-L@xxxxxxxxxxxx

I don't know much about logging onto NT LAN's, but you can access a pop3 server 
in Linux easy.  Check out

for a great program to get all of your e-mail from POP or IMAP server and 
distribute it to the correct place on your box.

On Wed, Nov 24, 1999 at 08:45:59AM +0300, Veracom wrote:
> I want to connect my RedHat 6.0 laptop to an NT LAN.  I'm very familiar 
> with networking Microsoft stuff.  Will I be able to get at the things that 
> other Microsoft boxes are sharing out?
> When you logon to this LAN from a Microsoft box and the "Logon to an NT 
> sever" box is checked, it runs a login script that installs or updates the 
> virus definitions for Norton AntiVirus.  Is this going to affect me when I 
> login with my Linux laptop?
> I'd like to be able to get my e-mail from the Microsoft Exchange Server. 
>  How can I do that?  I've been accessing my e-mail from my ISP's POP3 
> through whatever Microsoft box I happen to be using.  I think it's the MS 
> Exchange Server that's doing this for me though.  Or is it the proxy 
> server?  What do I need to do to be able to access my ISP's POP3 through 
> this LAN when I'm using my Linux laptop?
> Nate

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