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deconfigure Mail client on true64 unix 5.1a

Roro_2
Regular Advisor

deconfigure Mail client on true64 unix 5.1a

hello,

I have configured my server as Client server[system-admin ->configuration ->Mail].but now i need to remove it, so to get back to initial status i.e.having in "Available /mail Service Types" again, the three options: Standalone, Server and client.

please advise.
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Abdul Khalid
Occasional Visitor

Re: deconfigure Mail client on true64 unix 5.1a

Hi

You can use sysman or mailsetup (quicksetup or advanced setup) options to configure your
system as mail client or mail server. Mailconfig is another utility that can
be used for the mail configuration. You can modify your mail configuration using any of the above utilities.

Regards
Khalid
Pieter 't Hart
Honored Contributor

Re: deconfigure Mail client on true64 unix 5.1a

Roro,
I don't think you really have to "de"-configure.
You can configure the system as client, server or standalone. Not multiple.

The system was configured as a client so you can modify the client configuration.
If you configure the system as standalone, it switches from client to standalone (effectively client is deconfigured).
Than you have standalone in the bottom box and client and server in de top box.

Pieter