Windows Linux Tips: POP3 in Pine

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Many Linux users use Pine as their mail client. Lets see how you can use Pine both with local mail and with
POP3 mail, without using fetchmail or some other tool to get POP mail first.

First you will want to use multiple config files:
pine -p localmail
pine -p popserver1
pine -p popserver2

You need to configure Pine to use your POP3 server. In the program go to Setup, Config. You'll want to set
something like this in your inbox-path: {}INBOX

Now restart Pine and it will ask you for your password and connect to the remote server, and use it just like if
you were accessing local mail.

"Windows Linux Tips: POP3 in Pine"

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