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Getting Comcast Email on Home Linux Box

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The following instructions explain how to send and receive Comcast email from a home Linux box, which is connected to the Internet via Comcast cable model. To make things interesting, assume the Comcast email is different from the account on the Linux computer. Yet, through "mutt", "elm" or whatever, make it possible to send email to other comcast users, or anyone else on the Internet. When receiving email, have it forwarded to the local Linux account.
 read more | score:7335 | -mchirico, June 30, 2004 (Updated: March 20, 2007)
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