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RE: simple mail question

You can ...  If you are debugging this, I would just use straight IP
numbers.  Otherwise you have to resolve the name.  Just make sure you can
ping your pop.server.com and smtp.server.com before trying to access them
via mail client.  This proves propper name resolution.  Don't forget to load
cucipop or qpopper or some other POP3 server.  This is actually the POP3
interface over exim ...

-----Original Message-----
From: hmf@softhome.net [mailto:hmf@softhome.net]
Sent: Saturday, October 02, 1999 6:22 AM
To: debian-user@lists.debian.org
Subject: simple mail question

simple mail question

Hey guys,

In most email clients, you can specify a pop and a smtp server to connect
to, like


can I, armed with exim, specify myself as the sender, and use somthing like




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