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Moving mail from Symbolics to VAX using DNA

Date: Tue, 24 Jan 89 14:32 EST
From: Len Moskowitz <Len@HEART-OF-GOLD>
Subject: Moving mail from Symbolics to VAX using DNA
To: "3077::IN%\"SLUG@warbucks.ai.sri.COM\""@TSD1, "3077::IN%\"rsk@samson.cadr.dialnet.symbolics.COM>\""@TSD1
In-Reply-To: Your message of 24 Jan 89 14:13 EST
Message-ID: <19890124193237.2.LEN@HEART-OF-GOLD>
Robert S. Kirk (rsk@samson.cadr.dialnet.symbolics.COM) writes:
 > I have been having lots of difficulty in trying to send mail from a
 > LispM to a VAX.  First I tried DNA mail, but the VAX keeps asking for a
 > log-in and password.  This is problematic, beacuse the LispM mail server
 > is not always monitored very closely.  Mail from VAX to LispM using DNA
 > works fine.  It seems like the VAX doesn't consider the LispM a trusted
 > host.  Does anyone know how to cure this problem?
There is a patch you can get from Symbolics (or from me) that will let DNA
access your VAXen's DECNET mail account (usually "DECNET") and password
(usually "DEC-MAIL") without prompting.
Len Moskowitz
                                                   Allied-Signal Aerospace
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