Re: Accessing Thunderbird email in terminal

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Mikkel L. Ellertson wrote:

If you have X forwarding enabled, you could run Thunderbird on your
home machine, and have the display on the university machine. You
do need an X server running on the university machine. If you are
running Windows, there are some Java X servers you can run, ether
in a web browser, or as a Windows program. I remember running
across a couple that included SSH to connect to the remote machine.

Mikkel
Sorry to barge in Mikkel, but you know me, I do these things... :)

When you ran across the Java one (the web browser version intrigues me), did you remember/note down a link/name?
Thanks
Ed.
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fn:Edward Dekkers
n:Dekkers;Edward
org:Triple D Computer Services Pty. Ltd.;Management
adr:;;822 Rowley Road;Oakford;WA;6121;Australia
email;internet:[email protected]
title:Mr.
tel;work:(08) 9397-1040
tel;fax:(08) 9397-0749
tel;home:(08) 9397-0547
tel;cell:0407083195
x-mozilla-html:FALSE
url:http://www.iinet.net.au
version:2.1
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