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How can i check the mailx command will wor on my system or not.
The OS is Sun Solaris 5.10.
Or how can i come to know whether SMTP service is activated in Sun Solaris OS or not.
Thanks in Advance (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Pramod_009
Hello!! Mau I know is there anyway that I can set the sendmail to relay the mail to different mail server base on the domain name?
Mail for abc.test.com will be sent to 126.96.36.199
Mail for def.example.com will be sent to 188.8.131.52
Thanks for the help!!! (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: xiaochensg
I am having an issue with the mail.
I had certain scripts who used to send mails.
now i am not getting the mails as usual.
need help to track the issue and resolve.
mailx -s "Testing for details" firstname.lastname@example.org
above code is used for mailing.
can yoou please help? (2 Replies)
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Please help to check weather the SMTP settings are configured or not on my LINUX server?
I want to send a mail to mailbox. I know that the target SMTP server has to be configured on LINUX box to do so.
How can i see weather it is configured or not?
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5. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
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... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: balu_puttaganti
I've got this Java script which needs to know the SMTP host in order to send out mails from a particular mail ID. But I have no idea how or what to configure in SMTP for getting this code up and running.(All I know is SMTP=Simple Mail Transfer Protocol).
I'm using Solaris 5.8.... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Rajat
how do you send a ".\n" in a smtp client?
>354 Send message, end with <CRLF>.<CRLF>
i have already issued a "./n" but it doesnt work.
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I have a solaris 9 box, and 2 domains A.com and B.net. the machine is on B.net.
I am not able to send emails to @A.com using mail or mailx. after reading on sendmail,
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Discussion started by: 0ktalmagik
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I am running an email server on a Linux machine. My goal is to set up in a way that I can use pop3 to retrieve mail from a Windows machine using Outlook. Now I can download the messages from the Linux email server, however I can not send out messages. I encounter this error:
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Can anyone please explain me or send me a link to configure/setup SMTP on Sun Solaris server.
Thanx a lot.
Kavita (1 Reply)
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GENBOX(1) General Commands Manual GENBOX(1)
genrbox - generate a RADIANCE description of a box
genrbox mat name xsiz ysiz zsiz [ -i ][ -r rad | -b bev ]
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.
To produce a rectangular box made of wood with beveled edges:
genrbox wood box1 5 8 3 -b .5 > box1
Because spheres and cylinders are used to construct boxes with rounded edges, a transparent box of this type appears quite messy.
genrev(1), gensurf(1), genworm(1), rpict(1), rvu(1), xform(1)