I am on a NeXT station running UNIX, I was wondering
from sending you mail....
How do you "feed" files into /sh/bin ///???
(i.e in UUDECODING))
What is /sh/bin?Quote:> How do you "feed" files into /sh/bin ///???
> (i.e in UUDECODING))
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I think he meant /bin/sh, judging by the uudecode reference. The answerQuote:>> How do you "feed" files into /sh/bin ///???
>> (i.e in UUDECODING))
>What is /sh/bin?
>If it is a directory, you can create files in it by giving
>/sh/bin/filename as the output file name of your command
>(you need write permission in the directory to do so).
Hello, I'm coming with some questions... :)
I want to build intranet email. What kind of software that I need?
What is the differ qmail and sendmail?
Now I have a linux redhat 2.0.32 with samba, ip_masq, apache installed
already. How I start to install intranet mail? Please guide me step by
This is my opinion, please correct if i'm wrong. The software that I
will install will provide pop3. And every client in LAN can send email
clients (win95) in the LAN could use email client like eudora or
pegasus for send and receive email. IS IT CORRECT?
Thanks for your response, bye
4. RedHat 5.0
12. help with mail