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Posted on 1997-01-27
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Hi !
Aehm ... anyone know a popmail client which is able to manage more than
one popmailserver. The small problem of all is that there are more than one
ID ! ... f.e. support@server.com, info@server.com and so on.
Can I use pine or elm ?
If yes, how I have to configure ?
 
with regards,
 
Gowry
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I don't understand really. One time you are talking about pop3 clients, the other time about mail readers. every pop3 client can handle multiple servers (just give different arguments). in every case (unless you specify something else) the pop3 client will put the mails from all the different systems in your mailspool. the mailreader will read them all without a problem, the only problem is, that your reply-to-adress will always be the same.
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