At 04:42 PM 3/6/96 GMT, Danny Cox wrote:
> I've recently compiled up a couple of POP servers and found that they don't
>implement the command which allows the mail messages to be left in place on
>the mail server. Consequently we're forced to end up with email all over.
>That doesn't matter when a given person only uses a PC or only uses a work
>station, but it does if they use both.
>Can anyone help ? Actually - while I'm about it - does anyone know of any
>methods for allowing a Solaris workstation to mount a Novell drive via either
>IPX or IP ?
>And one more - anyone point me to some 'Java for Idiots' type guides, and
>also to any comparisons of Java with the other similar things which are coming
>out currently ?
What you really want is an IMAP mail client, not POP. There are a lot
fewer of them, but they do exist. The big-lan mailing list keeps a running
list of who makes what, but I don't have the current one. As for mounting a
Netware drive on a Unix machine, you can do this with Netware-NFS, a product
that Novell sells. Don't have a suggestion for the last question...