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    How to setup Postfix and pop3 server on Fedora 6 ?

    I must to do this on college but I don't knowledge about this (I can say and professor don't know so much but he is a son of director of our school , so we cannot do anything to ban him from a college ) But I must to ask you for a help.....

    In Fedora 6 we are must to build/made Postfix mail and pop3 server who will work on PC Number 8S (in room are 12 PC)

    -he will work with mails which are come to our domain network.something.com
    -he must forwarding mails who are sent only from a network 192.168.125.0/24
    -Third step is to made DNS server for domain network.something.com and setup MX record
    -Fourth step is to made/build pop3 server

    After that we are must to test work of Telnet server:

    -we are must with Telnet, connect on the postfix and manually send one mail on existing address student@ network.something.com
    -after that we must with Telnet connect on pop3 service (which is setup in last steps) and look in the inbox user student@ network.something.com
    -form PC number 5 must to send mail to student@network.something.com with mail program Evolution and with same program check are the mail come.

    (network.something.com is not our domain but we are wont sample how it look )
    That is all we are need....
    If you can help us we be hapy....

    Sory people on our bad knowledge of English

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    If anybody know any part from task , we are please to help us

    Only we can say pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaseeeeeeee

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    It's against the forum rules to post homework questions:

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