seeking an alpine pro.
Linux for blind general discussion
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Thu Feb 22 03:54:34 UTC 2018
Karen, Tim here. I'd be glad to take a crack at it.
I'd need to know a couple things to continue, mostly where you'd be
running Alpine (on a local Linux/BSD machine, on this same dreamhost
machine, on a work machine...) and the general server configuration
information for purposes of testing. These would include
- server name
- protocol(s), whether IMAP or POP3 for receiving
- protocol for sending (usually SMTP)
- for those protocols, whether they use SSL or TLS
I don't want any credentials sent in plain-text for obvious reasons,
but can use GPG to encrypt or use some other confidential channel to
transmit/receive them if needed. You likely have my email address on
file, but since the blinux-list From-munging, you can reach me at
blinux.list at thechases dot com. (that's "blinux dot list").
On February 21, 2018, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Hi folks,
> might be a paid gig for the talent.
> Here is the situation.
> My office has a hosting account with dreamhost.
> As a part of that account I have a fully functional Linux shell,
> Ubuntu actually, containing many of the programs associated with
> some shell services.
> The mail client used is Alpine.
> Dreamhost does not support alpine, and I have enjoyed so many
> problems using the program that frankly I wish I had pine but
> never mind. I seek someone solid enough with alpine to check our
> company configuration. I will give you what is needed to check
> this, and to make corrections to the setup.
> I am growing tired of things that I imagine can be altered in
> configuration, and would rather have the issues fixed by a
> knowledgeable person than learn what is needful.
> Any takers?
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