Fetchmail config

Posted on 2004-11-20
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Can someone give me a link that will lead me to configure fetchmail on redhat 9.0 - thanks in advance
Question by:Fahim-M
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    'man fetchmail' is the definitive reference. That may be more than you wanted to know, but without knowing for about how you intend to use fetchmail you may need most anything from that document. In a simple case of retreiving mail for a single user that user's .fetchmailrc file might look something like:

    set daemon 300
    poll proto pop3:
      user "jlevie" with pass "xxxxxx" is "jim" here;

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