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Old 09-08-2009
SMTP doubt

Hi All,

I have a unix box which is in a network with windows machine, I am able to send the mails to the user id's with in the unix box. I dont have Internet connection for this box, so I am not able to test if it can send mails to external network or not?

I want to know, if SMTP is already configured and due to lack of internet connection I am not able to send emails, or SMTP is not at all configured?

if SMTP is not configured, how should I do it?

Here the problem is Unix box and Windows XP machine are in a network, I cannot give the internet connection to Unix box because of security constraints, I can give the internet connection to windows machine, if I have the internet on Windows, can I send mails from unix box to external networks?


Please help me in this, its a urgent requirement.

Thanks in advance.
Balaji

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genrbox - generate a RADIANCE description of a box SYNOPSIS
genrbox mat name xsiz ysiz zsiz [ -i ][ -r rad | -b bev ] DESCRIPTION
Genbox produces a RADIANCE scene description of a parallelepiped with one corner at the origin and the opposite corner at (xsiz, ysiz, zsiz). The sides of the box will be parallel to the three coordinate planes. The surfaces that make up the box will be modified by mat and their identifiers will begin with name. The -i option can be used to produce a box with inward directed surface normals. The -r option can be used to specify the radius for rounded edges. The -b option can be used to specify the indentation for beveled edges. EXAMPLE
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