Quote:> I installed Thunderbird client on Linux machine, it is working, I gave
> POP3 server and SMTP server as "xyz.com",
Let's get this straight. I assume that "xyz.com" is an example and not
the real value(s) you used.
So, you've configured Thunderbird appropriately, and it can now send and
receive your email?
> I tried to send mail using
That's nothing to do with Thunderbird. Thunderbird and "mail" are two
independent Mail User Agents (MUAs); they don't know anything about each
other. "mail" uses your system's configuration for sending email,
whereas Thunderbird uses its own.
Quote:> it is not evengoing through, any idea how can I configure POP3/SMTPO
> for mail command, also does mail command know the port numbers.
"mail" uses /usr/lib/sendmail to send its mail (this will be a link
to your system's installed Mail Transport Agent (MTA), and may not
necessarily be real "sendmail"), so you need to configure your system's
Quote:> [I'm using] RH Fedora core 3 and RH9 machines.
You'll need to search for information about configuring your MTA on these
distributions. I'm sure there'll be plenty of information "out there".