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I am running Windows NT Server 4.0 with MS Exchange 5.0, I am trying to connect to an e-mail account on my Linux machine, however, each time I try to login from MS Echange Client, I am refused by the Linux Server and it will not let get my mail.Configuration:Windows NT Server 4.0 with Exchange Server 5.0 with Internet Mail GatewayExchange Client 5.0Redhat Linux 4.1 with the default mail program ( iam not sure if it is smail or sendmail)All TCP/IP services are enabled (mail works fine on the Linux machine but they can not sendmail to each other)Thank you any help would be appreciatedRJ
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be sure you have to good password
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Do you have a POP3 server installed on your Linux system?
If you are not sure you should try snooping around in the
"Available" section of Packet Manager, see if there is a POP3
server in there, by default RedHat 4.1 won't install a POP server and this is needed to talk to the Windows NT machine.
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