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Can i connect to a domino server to retrieve my mails.
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Yes.
You need to enable the correct protocols on the domino server.
Options. pop3 or imap
To send mail you need to be running the smtp mta on the domino servers.

The easiest way to check if these services is available it to telnet to the domino server on the specific TCP port, and see if you get a response.
smtp = port 25
pop3 = port 110
imap = port 143

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