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Setup Pegasus mail so that server can send to a PC?

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It was my impression that Pegasus mail can send/receive mail on its own  - can I install pegasus on a PC and have my server send directly to it?

I only need my server to send reports to a particular PC and I do not want the user on that PC to be able to receive, not send.

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Pegasus, as other mail clients in POP3 mode, will not be able to "accept incoming", nor is there a way for the server to "send" to a (particular) client. The setup (POP3 protocol) works the other way around: the client asks for messages and downloads them. That process can be automated, of course. Pegasus can be set to "get mail" at a suitable interval, print automatically etc.
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