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Re: default mailbox for Netscape

> On Mon, Jan 01, 2001 at 02:35:46PM +1100, Daniel Stone wrote:
> > > I am running exim for my local network and would like to be able to pop mail from the mail machine using netscape. What is the defaul
t ma
> > ilbox netscape tries to open on the mail server?
> > 
> > what the hell is this?
> > a) it's simple, RTFM RTFM RTFM.
> It's a fair question. For example, do some of the POP servers support
> Maildir format? A mailbox could live in a couple of different places
> on the server... /var/spool/mail, or in a user's home directory,
> or maybe somewhere else entirely if root has configured it that way.

mis-read the question, that's what happens on new year's, fuelled by liquid
un-coordination ;)

> > b) the sender name?!?
> The email address is valid (or at least there is an MX record for the
> domain). 

yeah, I thought it could've been a bi-directional list feeder or something.

> > c) wtf is this kinda crap doing on debian-devel? (hope I don't cause a loop
> > here)
> It belongs on debian-user.

too right

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