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By yvesf ·
Hi, I would like to know how to configure an external mail user with pop3. At the main office we use domino mail server 4.6.2. My user at the other location use eudora and he needs to acced his mail on the server at the main office. But I don't knowhow to configure this user on my server and what he has to do on his side. May be there is an other way to do that, I dont't know. Yours solutions will be appreciate. Thanks

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by jreyes In reply to pop3 client with domino

Hi:
The easiest way to gain remote access is using a software called pcAnywhere v.9 . Once the host is setup on the mail server
through this software then your client or associate can dial-in and access what what he is allow to. It will depend on his Rights and Policies if your using NT, if not then he should be able to dive right in.
John
Gatorcafe

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by yvesf In reply to pop3 client with domino

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by Stranger in paradise In reply to pop3 client with domino

Hi,
First your server should run the POP protocol in the server tasks (edit INI file)
ServerTasks=Router,Replica,Update,Stats,Amgr,Sched,CalConn,AdminP,Report,POP3
Secondly, you will have to convert the mail database to allow POP3
On the serverconsole enter:
load mailconv "relative path from data directory/xxxxx.nsf " -m (Unix)
load convert "relative path from data directory/xxxxx.nsf " -m (NT)

Finaly, replace the mailfile with the mailc46.ntf template.

User should login with shortname and internet password (check NAb entry).

Johnny De Cooman
Johnny@fedex.com

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by geedavid In reply to pop3 client with domino

The answers I reviewed were way wrong and kinda wrong.

Here's the answer:
1. Create a mailfile for the user
2. Create a person document for the user and include an internet password
3. Start the POP3 task on the Domino Server

On the clientend:
1. In the client software create an account pointing to your server using the FQDN or IP address.
2. Include the short name and password of the user.

You do NOT need to convert the mail file unless you prefer to use IMAP instead of POP.Good luck.

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