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Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2003 17:26:41 -0300
From: "Juan" <>
To: <>
Subject: Using Popa3d

I am searching a guide to learn to utilize popa3d. I am running the Slackware 9.0 distro, and using popa3d which came with it. I have ran "# man popa3d" and there says that the options are two. So i ran "# popa3d -D" and suppose that automatically popa3d configures users for receiving mail. The thing is that the Linux box is connected to a Windows machine. When I try in Windows to send a message to the Linux box, I put:

Send: juan@....168.0.100

and failed to receive the message.
Apparently, the popa3d is running ok, but i have no way to send messages, and don't know where popa3d stores them.
Do you know of a user guide that explains more than the man page?

Thanks in advance.


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