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Exchange e-mail between Win95 clients

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I have Win 95 LAN connected through a hub.  I use wingate to share internet access between clients.  Now how do I sent and receive e-mail between clients on the LAN.
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Unless you get a POP/SMTP server for W95, you will not be able to do this. check out http://www.windows95.com/apps/servers-mail.html 
for a variety of programs
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