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How to allow pop3 port in win98

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I want to open my win98's pop3 port 110, how can I do it?
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Wouter Boevink earned 50 total points
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If you don't have a firewall all ports are open, unless your provider has a restriction. Your question is not very clear.

If you want ta make a connection to your server using pop3 you must have a pop3 server (which responds to port 110)
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I got it after I use user%test.com to insated user in outlook, I thought my win98 closed porp 25/110 so I asked that question, now it is ok. Thanks for your comment.
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