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Old 21st April 2009, 10:59
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Default Good morning!!! I have a question of newbie, xD!!! Anybody can help me???

Good morning for Everybody:

My question is this:

I am configuring DEBIAN 5.0 with ISP3 for my company's server. But I don't know, all my computers use WINDOWS, if I have configured the server, I need some program to do that all these machines have a good function with this server? For example, if I create a new mail account with my ISP3 for my company, the person who has this account and uses WINDOWS will be able to use this account???

THANK YOU FOR ALL

I HOPE SOME RESPONSE

JOEL
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Old 21st April 2009, 13:45
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As you're using internet standards for email and web, yes, all Windows machines will be able to use their email normally, just as with every other internet provider on the net.

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