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I have a programmer that installed a POP running by java. The problem is when I do telnet using WINDOWS XP, there's no greetings. It's just blank screen, no letters ...
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    telnet show greetings only in Linux


    I have a programmer that installed a POP running by java. The problem is when I do telnet using WINDOWS XP, there's no greetings. It's just blank screen, no letters appear but the logs in the POP server shows that this XP is connecting. But when I do telnet using a LINUX OS, it has greetings and I can type a command there.

    Is there a different algorithm between telnet in WINDOWS AND LINUX?

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    There is shouldn't be any difference in the telnet clients, they should conform to the standard in set in the RFC. It's also pretty damn easy to code a telnet client which will conform to these standards. Perhaps one of the clients doesn't conform to the standard. Why are you logging into a POP server with telnet anyway? Why not use a mail client?

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