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    pine with existing account


    hi firends, i dont know how to log in on an existing account using pine.
    thanks.

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    There are many types of accounts in the world to which you can log in. I'm pretty sure that you can't use pine to log in to your online banking account via pine, though it is an existing account.

    Totally not the answer you were looking for? Try a more specific question with more related information. It wastes less time for everyone. We (those not asking the question) don't have to repost to ask you for information. You don't have to wait for us to answer *again* after you give us the information that is needed to answer the question.

    My point? Being concise is good is most situations. This is not one of them. Detail is good when asking for help.

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    more details. pine question

    on my university we log in on our mails through smalls terminals that only run a program with the environment very similar to the pine(only on the campus). The other way to log in is through the web, like all the mail server we use(like hotmail).
    Then, i want to log in through pine to my mail, but doing fron my home.
    It is possible???
    The mail server is www.correo.pucp.edu.pe
    thanks.

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    In a word, no. Unless they offer POP3 access, you can't connect through pine. There is a project called gotmail that will fetch hotmail mail for you. You could look at the source and modify it to suit your needs. Other than that, you'll have to use webmail.
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