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Re: Stupid Pine Question



Pine can get your mail.
In your configuration settings for pine, set the inbox path to :
Inbox Path =  {YourPopServer/pop3/user=YourName}INBOX

Then restart Pine.

On Wed, 7 Oct 1998 22:18:39 -0600 (MDT), you wrote:

>I could be wrong about this, but I don't think pine is capable of fetching
>your mail. I do, however, know that fetchmail is and that it works rather
>nicely.
>
>	Try typing fetchmail at the prompt.
>
>	Brent
>
>---------------------------------------------------------
>Brent Sims      http://unionavenue.com      brent rmi net
>       "Every dogma has its day" - Israel Zangwill        
>---------------------------------------------------------
>
>
>On Wed, 7 Oct 1998, Harry Flaxman wrote:
>
>->Been a long time since I've used Pine, so here's a stupid
>->question....where in the config do I specify my incoming mail server?? 
>->I'm able to use Pine for news now, but can't seem to get it to retrieve
>->mail.
>->
>->Thanks in advance.
>->
>->Harry
>->
>->
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