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Posted on 1997-01-30
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Hello,
I have just installed Linux (Slackware96, kernel v.2.0) on my PC and am
a newbie to Linux.  I am using Netscape 3.0 and can not send mail.  I
get "Couldn't open FCC file" message.  I'm assuming I have a
configuration problem, but I don't know what this message means and how
to correct the problem.  I can receive mail, read the newsgroups, surf,
but cannot send mail. Any help would be appreciated.
Dana Hall
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In the netscape "Options/Mail and News preferences" menu find the "Composition" tab. Enter valid filenames in the "By default, copy outgoing message ..." fields.
(FCC stands for "File Carbon Copy" - that's where outgoing messages are automatically saved)
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