Re: OT: e-mail question
If the accounts are dependent on a system user account there can only be one
webmaster account. Of course, an alias
can be setup that points firstname.lastname@example.org to a different local
system user like webmaster2. With some
e-mail systems I've seen (Windows based) the full e-mail address is used as
the account name instead of a system user
account. So, in the client the pop3 user would be setup as
email@example.com instead of just webmaster. Get
what I'm saying? :-)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sebastiaan" <S.Breedveld@ITS.TUDelft.NL>
To: "Rodney Green" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, October 24, 2002 10:24 AM
Subject: Re: OT: e-mail question
: On Thu, 24 Oct 2002, Rodney Green wrote:
: > Hello! Does anyone know of a mail server package that allows user
: > accounts to be the same as the e-mail address? So, email@example.com would
: > both be the e-mail address and the username to download mail.
: > Thanks, Rod
: erm, sorry if I misunderstand the question, but isn't that the standard?
: If I log in on the console as 'user' with 'mypass', the default is that
: someone can send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org (if the mailserver allows it,
: that is) and when installing a simple pop3 client, it is the same story.
: What am I missing here?
: NT is the OS of the future. The main engine is the 16-bit Subsystem
: (also called MS-DOS Subsystem). Above that, there is the windoze 95/98
: 16-bit Subsystem. Anyone can see that 16+16=32, so windoze NT is a
: *real* 32-bit system.