> Also, I wondered if one has a PC attached to the internet,
> can one always download email from a web-mail server?
I use my own webmail. Set it up to avoid annoying people with OOO's -
I'm not being smart by the way.
I find it great craic* and very usefull, aswell as being unbelievably
easy to configure.
If you have an always on connection, why not consider it. I run mine on
an old desktop, kernel 2.6.2 with no X, compilers etc etc. Just apache,
squirrelmail, sendmail, spamassassin [of which I'm still clueless] &
thats it. I call it weeboy - hence the mail alias :--)
* I'm also in competition with Microsoft's Hotmail for uptime.
www.hotmail.com --> Windows 2000 (Max 214.98) (Current 13.71)
My crappy desktop --> Fedora 2.6.2 (Max 30.04) (Current 30.04)
System Load 4.0. It sits in the "server room" (Beside the weetabix)
Catching Up Yeah! :--)
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