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InetServ, the 32-bit Windows 95 Program/Windows NT Service Internet Server.

1.0 What is Inetserv?
1.1 What is SMTP?
1.2 What is POP3?
1.3 What is DAYTIME?
1.4 Whats new?
 see: release notes

2.0 Setting up InetServ
2.1 Installing on Windows 95
2.2 Installing on Windows NT
2.2.1 Installing it as a service

2.3 Setting up a simple Mail Server
2.3.1 The File POPUSER.CTL
2.3.2 The File AKA.CTL
2.4 Logging
2.5 Testing the Services

3.0 Contacting the Author


Mailing List Feature

Web Interface Feature

Telnet Feature


A BBS has been set up at

See also:

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