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how to send mails from linux using MSEXchange server?

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Hi techies,

Can someone please guide me how to setup mail on my RHL9 machine, so that I can send mails using MS Exchange server already running in my office network?

And also please tell me how to set my domain name?

Thanks a lot in advance
best regards
Himanshu jani
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