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Accessing MS-Exchange mail from Solaris

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How can I access MS-Exchange mail from Solaris 2.5.1 without
using a POP3 server in the NT machine?
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ahoffmann earned 150 total points
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Install SMTP connector on your exchange server, then you can connect it as you would do since years under Solaris :-)
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by:auto911
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Thanks a lot!
It seems so simple now, but it was taking some time
to solve this problem around here.
And keep up the good work.
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