Linux (I have installed three distributions on my PC) is something I
love and about which I have learned a lot over the past year or so.
I have a problem though I don't seem to be able to find a solution for
no matter how hard I've been looking around.
I would like to install a simple e-mail client that allows me to
download and send e-mail messages utilizing external pop3/smtp servers.
I do not want to install a server in my own linux box, but just have a
simple program that sends my mail to the several smtp servers I have
accounts with, and that downloads pop3 messages from pop3 servers.
I mean, I can easily send smtp messages by telnetting into a smtp
server and typing a few lines. Why should I install something as
complicated as sendmail or similar programs to do such simple tasks?
There are several e-mail clients that can do that easily in Win95
(Outlook Express, Pegasus Mail, MailWarrior, etc.) Why isn't there an
equivalent of those in linux, and if there is, what is it and where can
I find it?
Thank you for your help,
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