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send mail utility

I have an hpux ver10.10 and I currently use sendmail, how do i configure it to email the outside world instead of internal communication?? do I need and internet server, with an registered ip address?? if yes which one will work good with unix, or do i need an ISP???? I do have a frame relay connection can I use this???
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Does your system have access to the internet?  Can you ping systems outside your network?  

Are you looking to receive mail on your unix box vs. your internal network?  If so, you should be able to recieve email at:  yourusername@yoursystemname.yourdomainname.

Unless, this system has been configured not to receive mail (your network might have been setup to channel all mail into a specific system).  What's your system name and user name, I'll try to send you an email.
anabananaAuthor Commented:
my system dose not have access yet to the internet but thats one place i want to start with , what do you recommend??
Do you want a permanent internet connection or a dial up connection.  If you want permanent connection, you could do ISDN, frame relay, or just dial up with a modem and lease an IP from your provider.  If you do that, you'll need to register a domain name with rs.internic.net.  

The company that I work for does exactly what you are requesting.  Check out the website at http://www.turnkey3.com

If you want to send email to the outside world, but you are not allowed to for any reason, this is the best way of sending email:

telnet to a mailserver on port 25 (e.g. telnet rem.nl 25)
mail from: <yourname>
rcpt to: <email adres> (e.g. bill_gates@microsoft.com)
<enter your text here>

(Always end with a dot on a single line!)
And the email will be delivered within seconds.

Enjoy mailing.


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