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Linux Certification Bible

Linux Certification Bible


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Published by: Marcelo on Dec 18, 2008
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Because Netscape also supports the standards for Internet mail, its mail
component—which uses POP3 and SMTP—can be used to read and send e-mail.
Many other e-mail clients are available, such as Kmail and StarOffice Mail. Although
these mail programs may easily work for most users, some features are not sup-
ported by these mail programs. Groupware programs, such as Microsoft’s
Exchange, provide non-standard applications for scheduling and other group-
orientated tasks. Users and organizations that require these types of “all-in-one”
messaging systems may find that Linux is not the right choice for them. However,
Linux’s ability to support standardized e-mail makes the task of setting up, configur-
ing, and maintaining a pure, standards-based e-mail server easier for the users and
support personnel. These types of e-mail programs are well documented and often
have guided setup programs, which create a reliable and comfortable environment
for the user and the enterprise.

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