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    E-Mail server?

    I wanna set up an E-Mail server and I wanna know the best free way to do this. Anyway I can do it with Win2k? I am gonna do it with linux for sure.
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    for linux:-

    i think this is what you looking for it something like this

    http://www.eudora.com/qpopper/

    theres a tutorial on setting it up here: -

    http://www.tripanel.com/tutorials/qpopper.html

    im not sure about windows 2k although im sure its possible, try google

    you might have better luck if you try searching for something like pop3 server, you question was a bit vague in fairness what do you actually wanna do?

    i2c

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    For all your mail server needs on Windows 2k/XP check out MailEnable Standard Edition.

    Hrm.... did I sound enough like an ad? Anyways.. I just today uninstalled MailEnable because my ISP found out I was running my own mail server and blocked my inbound/outbound SMTP (Port 25) access to all but their server. I can't even use my school/work account anymore. They claim they give me an email address, so that's all I need. I say they're running a dictatorship. Anyways MailEnable Standard is very nice. It supports multiple domains w/ POP3/SMTP. If you get the MailEnable Pro version (costs $$$), you also get built in webmail support.
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