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mail server setup with Linux slakware 3.3

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how can I setup a internet mail server with Linux slakware 3.3?
OR Would you suggest some book or material to me?
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Question by:cstsang
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May I assume you already have 'sendmail'? This may/should be
default in your distribution, so you might consider checking
this out first if you haven't done so already.

You might be interested in reading the HOWTO's from the Linux
Documentation Project (see http://sunsite.unc.edu/LDP for more
info)


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by:Daju
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Assume u have this scenario
Internet <---- Linux box <----- LAN------>Win9X box

0. set up network and config so that u can telnet btwn boxes
1. set up linux box 4 routing
2. Install diald
3. setup sendmail, qpopper, samba


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