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Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by pakiya, Feb 11, 2003.

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  1. pakiya

    pakiya Thread Starter

    Feb 9, 2001
    I had installed TheBat! mail software and noticed it's got server and client mode .

    In My dad's office , they have one computer with internet access(THIS COMP is NOT the MAIN SERVER) , now all the computers are connected through Lan on a NT SERVER . OThers computer ONLY need to send mails , not recieve , problem is Internet access can't be given to them ( :) , u know wat middle age guys will do with free internet) , now the method they follow is

    create the mail in outlook express , save it on their computer in a shared folder , and the computer access , picks up the mail from their computer , redirect the mail to the address.

    Now Is it possible in TheBat! or anyother mail client ,when they send a mail , it automotically comes to this computer , clieint's outbox (say i run Bat in the SERVER mode and on other client mode)

    If yes , then lemme know teh settings ,

  2. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

    Oct 19, 2002
    There are a host of email packages that allow you to run a local email server that will forward to the net. I've never used TheBat, so I can't say what it's capabilities are. They can even be configured to receive email if desired. :)
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