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    connect remote server "send mail , Terminal tutorial..."!

    I connect from my home to my university server.
    That is not a problem I use WinSCP.
    Ok!
    but from him I cant get pine or vi editor!
    Then I use TTSSH - ssh ekstenzion Teraterm Pro telnet client for MS Windowse. I use Win 2000!

    Ok!
    And then when I want to send mail.
    how do I do that!
    I know for pine on Linux but all I get
    Code:
    Your terminal, of type "unknown", is lacking functions needed to run pine.
    Or when I want "vi" editor
    Code:
    Visual needs addressible cursor or upline capability
    How can I send mail. Server from university is on Unix!

    Where can I get some tutorial about Terminal or book!
    So I can Learn this things!
    Last edited by xxxrugby; 02-22-2005 at 02:43 PM.
    Sorry for spelling errors, not English!
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    try that again and this tame make some sense and loose al the friggen ! marks. I've never seen someone so excited bout every sentence they say.

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    Why not try PuTTY?

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    Thanks! I find how to send mails from terminal!
    This is copy paste from that what I find!
    Code:
    mail
    The simplest way to send mail to someone with the username "someone" is to type: 
    
    > mail someone
    You can mail to several different people at the same time by specifying several usernames, separated by spaces. 
    
    When the `mail' utility starts up, you will be prompted for a subject line. Once you provide one (and press the return key), you can enter your message. When you have finished the message, you can exit mail in one of two ways: by issuing the end-of-file character (Control-D); or by typing a period ('.') as the first character of the last line. When you exit, you will be prompted for 'Cc:', at which point you can enter any usernames you forgot to include in the original command line, or your own username (for your very own personal "carbon copy").
    
    You can also use `mail' to read mail you have received. If you have received mail, you will be notified when you log in. You may then call up mail by entering
    
    > mail
    to read new incoming messages. 
    
    Reading old messages, stored in the file "mbox" in your home directory, is also easy:
    
    > mail -f mbox
    I find what I need on! On this
    PAGE!
    Last edited by xxxrugby; 02-22-2005 at 04:08 PM.
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    the solution you found sounds like a pain is the A

    Quote Originally Posted by kermit
    Why not try PuTTY?
    ~/
    I second that one, use PuTTY

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    Oh I forgot to write that what I copy pase was for Terminal. If I want send mail from Pine then I must write that I want to use : xterm!
    That's what is first thing what you must write it's when you deciding on what term you wanna work!
    Code:
    term = xterm
    Further is like you are on Linux!
    Sorry for spelling errors, not English!
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