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Posted on 1997-02-06
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We have a multi-sited network over which we want to use excahnge for email. The sites are linked via fixed links. One remote site has set-up a PostOffice - and so have we. Is there a way to get PostOffices to exchange mail intended for the other site? We have only the exchange that comes with win95. Do we need something different?
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No, this can't be done with the version you have got with windows 95. If you want to exchange information with other postoffice. you have to buy the full package (MS-MAIL postoffice). The one you get with windows 95 is an extract of the full ms-mail package.

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