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Re: How to display CLI output on another machine



On Monday 08 January 2007 19:44, Nigel Henry wrote:
> On Monday 08 January 2007 04:13, Les Mikesell wrote:
> > Nigel Henry wrote:
> > > Ok. I'll try this again. I have text on machine B's Konsole, and wish
> > > to view this text from machine A so that I can use some of it as a
> > > reply to a mailing list. If I downloaded email to machine B, as well as
> > > machine A this wouldn't be a problem, but I don't, and all the email
> > > arrives on machine A.
> > >
> > > This would appear to be a lost cause, and wish I hadn't started this
> > > thread, but that's the way it goes I suppose.
> >
> > There are any number of solutions, the easiest of which is probably to
> > mail yourself a copy of the text directly from B, where you can cut
> > and paste between email messages to get what you want on A.  Note that
> > you don't need to download email to be able to send it.
> >
> > --
> >    Les Mikesell
> >     lesmikesell gmail com
>
> Right this is the last reply from all the help provided last night.
>
> I admit I'm a bit stuck on this one. I've never used Kmail to post mail
> from one machine to another without going anywhere near the Internet, but
> it would be nice to know if it's possible.
>
> I've learned a lot from having started this thread, and am gratefull for
> all the folks that have made suggestions to solve my problem.
>
> Thanks very much to all those folks that have replied.
>
Do you use postfix?  I do, and use it for local mail as well as internet mail.  
If you are using postfix I could send you the transport maps that are 
necessary and the kmail settings used for it.

Anne

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