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how can i open my hotmail acount by using Telnet service???
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You can't. You don't have shell access and telneting to port 110 will only give you a timeout.

http://pop3hot.com/ 
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ok what is about mail.yahoo and email.com and lycos.com
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>> using Telnet service
For POP access on port 110 or (Unix) shell access?
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