> Have a heart for the poor chap.
>>I've been conversing with Lars and in fairness to him, his issues span both
>Unix & Windows mail systems. It's just that he failed to mention it in the
>initial email so that it seemed that he was [WOT] as opposed to just being
>>Like a lot of things in life, things are rarely black and white.
This is a fair point, I would assume there are a lot of us on the list that
use both Linux and Windoze. I myself use MS most of the time and use linux
solely on one application server. I'd be completely happy to port everything
to linux but its not my decision and as we ahve no Linux sysadmins I'd end
up spending all my time doing that and not the work I actually get paid to
So.. on that note I have a little query for any of you lot out there that
use both MS and linux within your organisations.
My linux server has to date caused me no problems. We SSH into it to use it
for the applications it is designed for and everything is wonderful. For
some reason though, I cant get the linux box to communicate with the outside
world. This isnt REALLY a problem but it bugs me slightly. The proxy server
we work through is a win2000 box and obviouly doesnt linux. Basically... If
i kick off the Xserver on my (windows) desktop machine and start up
netscape, i get asked for authentication for the proxy. I sign in here using
my system login and netscape tries to connect but cant. Anyone got any idea
why this would be?
(I'm using netscape because the application server is based on redhat 7.3
and netscape is installed and ther is no point in me installing mozilla if
it isnt going to work.)
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