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[K12OSN] Re: K12OSN digest, Vol 1 #266 - 12 msgs

    Thanks steve for the help. I just had to change disable = yes to disable
= no in the /etc/xinetd.d/ipop3 file. I then restarted xineted by using the
command: service xineted restart. I also made sure that in the event that
the server had to be restarted, it would start at boot. I did this by
checking the ipop3 box in the sysntv program.

    I want to thank all the rest of the people who replied to my email. You
guys are quick! I sent the email just an hour or two before Saturday Night
Live (PST) and by the end of the program, I had my problem solved! It seems
like im not the only one working late on the weekends.

Once again, thanks for your help.

                Chris Thomas
> Message: 8
> Date: Sun, 30 Jun 2002 17:42:59 +1200
> From: Steve Wright <paua quicksilver net nz>
> To: k12osn redhat com
> Subject: Re: [K12OSN] POP3 email server
> Reply-To: k12osn redhat com
> Chris Thomas wrote:
> >I'm trying to get a email server to work so I can use Netscape or some
> >email client. SMTP works (sendmail), but a pop3 server wasn't installed.
> >found in some redhat documentation that the cd has a pop3 server named
> >I installed it but I don't know how to configure it or start it at boot.
> >someone give me some tips. Thanks in advance.
> >
> 8-)  Firstly,  IMAP is not POP3.  However, you have inadvertantly
> installed the best solution, IMO.
> Firstly edit /etc/xinetd.d/imap  and change disable=yes, to disable=no.
> Force xinetd to re-read its' config files with 'kill -1 1'  (I think
> that's the command, but I tried it
> and my system didn't explode.. 8-)
> Now try loading any email client, and adding an IMAP account.  It should
> just work.
> Have a fiddle with it, and it should become very clear to you that IMAP
> is going to work well for you.
> /steve

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