In article <1fy9661.ugpk5maavbeoN%paulfuchsporkaintkosher.oi nk>,
[email]paulfuchsporkaintkosher.oink[/email] (Paul Fuchs) wrote:
I'm not clear here. To me "remote computer" means not the one you're> 1) Get a remote computer to go on line from the other computer.
on... and so does "other computer".
You could run your own imap server on the machine where you want the> 2) Get the remote computer to open it's mail application with the
> remote's mailbox history, collect it's mail, and be able to read it.
> When I go into the remote's hard drive, and open the mail program, I get
> the mailbox contents of the computer I working from.I want all the
> incoming and outgoing mail on a single database.
data to be. And you can access that from anywhere using imap... and all
your mail will be stored on the machine where the imap server is
running. To get your mail there from your various mail accounts, you
could run fetchmail to pull it in. Fetchmail is included with OS X and
imap-uw can be installed via fink or darwinports.
I think imap is really the solution you're seeking... whether you run
imap on your own machine, or use the imap that your ISP provides (if