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Subject: [linux-help] Re: Communicating with Exchange server
From: John Reinke <jmreinke@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2001 17:01:50 -0600 (CST)
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The original issue was not a matter of checking mail at all. I've got an
email client at home which I would continue to use at the end of the day
to empty my mailbox. It was more of an issue that I won't be able to ssh
to the server as I have in the past to check mail throughout the day -
without having a mail client on every (Linux) machine I log in from.

Either way, my project proposal to set up a special Linux box with clients
and a mailbox mirror has been outvoted. It probably wasn't the best
approach for the university's M$ love affair, anyway.

Thanks for the suggestions.


On Mon, 19 Feb 2001, David Wiebe wrote:

> Anybody think of going to Google.  Search for  "exchange server pop3".  The 
> first link is a great article on how Exchange Server uses SMTP and POP3 to do 
> mail.  I've never had any trouble using it from any client.
> Dave W.
> On Monday 19 February 2001 13:40, you wrote:
> > Perhaps my colleague is using IMAP to get his mail. In any case, he was
> > able to do it with his Linux system without having to dual boot or do other
> > ugly hacks to use Outlook.
> >
> > Greg

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