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long telnet windows 7 tutorial

I am using windows 7

I am looking for a long telnet tutorial

every tutorial I find is very short

and tells me on 5 commands
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sorry the comment above says smtp i thought you were wanting telnet?

this site has a good tutorial covering most parts of telnet, most tutorials are small because theres not very much too it.

ssh is much better :)
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unless he is meaning to telnet to the telnet service specifically in which case there are guides. such as the one i sent, telnet can allow you to control a machine as though you had local cmd access (almost) ssh is better in my opinion as i said before but otherwise see the link in my previous response
Some of @rgb192's other related questions have been about using telnet to learn about SMTP which is why I answered the way I did.
I had guessed that, based on your post, which was why I included a link about telnet to smtp.  It's more "advanced" than the basic telnet tutorials @rgb192 is referring to.
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I am using telnet



>>http://support.microsoft.com/kb/153119



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these answer the question about the tutorial

thanks