Re: Accessing Thunderbird email in terminal

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On 1/16/06, Les Mikesell <[email protected]> wrote:
> If email is the only thing you want to share, an IMAP server is
> the way to go.  If the existing server where you get email
> handles IMAP, just point accounts on both machines there. If
> not, set up fetchmail to grab it via pop and deliver on a
> machine that you control that runs an IMAP server.  Then
> you can configure accounts on any number of machines to see
> the same mailbox using your choice of programs.  These
> programs will also move messages that have been received via
> pop back into an IMAP inbox or folder, so you can use one
> as an exchange point for several machines.
>
> On the other hand, if you really want to run arbitrary X
> programs remotely, you can do that by installing the free
> Cygwin package on the windows box if you have good bandwidth
> or for better performance on slow links try freenx and the
> nxclient from www.nomachine.com.
>
>   Les Mikesell
>     [email protected]

I just looked at WiredX.net . It seems to be exactly what I am looking
for! I don't know what sockets access is, but does this sound
dangerous:
"Please note that you have to grant WiredXthe socket access permissions."

Thanks.

Dotan Cohen
http://technology-sleuth.com/long_answer/how_can_i_be_safe_online.html
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