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Subject: [linux-help] Re: Communicating with Exchange server
From: Greg House <ghouse@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2001 08:24:53 -0600
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On Monday 19 February 2001 17:01, you wrote:
> 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.

Yeah, I have the same problem since Southwind got gobbled up by 

They are shutting down shell access, but even before doing that, they 
relocated the mail server so you had to set up a POP client even from their 
own system. So now I can't ssh in and check my mail during the day like I was 
doing before.

> 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.

Once someone goes over to the Dark Side, they're very difficult to recover.


"Wow, I didn't know being a super hero could be so painful."

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