On Wed 29 Aug 2007, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> I forgot to open a pinhole for IMAPS on my home server
> before coming over to Italy for a few weeks.
>> I can ssh into my server,
> and thought I would be able to run firefox on that machine
> and open a pinhole for IMAPS on the modem
> (which only allows local access).
>> But when I run firefox on my server in Ireland
> I never see anything on my laptop in Italy.
I discovered by chance when I went to the loo
that firefox did in fact come alive after 5-10 minutes,
so I was able to get into my modem in Ireland
and open a pinhole for IMAPS.
I'm just going through the 840 messages waiting for me.
Thanks for all the suggestions.
I think I tried all the ones on this list that I understood,
without any joy.
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