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OPS335 Lab 4

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'''Record steps, commands, and your observations in INVESTIGATION 1 in your OPS335 lab log-book'''
 
 
==INVESTIGATION 2: DETERMINING THE DEFAULT MAIL TRANSFER AGENT (MTA)==
 
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=== Viewing Email Headers ===
 
 
'''Record steps, commands, and your observations in INVESTIGATION 2 in your OPS335 lab log-book'''
 
 
 
==INVESTIGATION 3: DETERMINING THE MESSAGE STORE (MS)==
 
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=== Default Message Store (MS) ===
 
 
'''Record steps, commands, and your observations in INVESTIGATION 2 in your OPS335 lab log-book'''
==COMPLETING THE LAB==
Upon completion of this lab, you should have the postfix mail server running on your VM2 machine, and starting automatically when they do.Arrange proof that your '''VM2''' Mail Transfer Agent is '''running''' and '''enabled'''.x
Arrange proof that you can send e-mail from your '''VM2''' machine to your '''Seneca College e-mail account''', and than you can '''send and receive e-mail messages locally on your VM2 machine only'''.
==EXPLORATION QUESTIONS==
#What does the term MTA mean? What is the purpose of an MTA?
#What does the term MUA mean? What is the purpose of an MUA?
#Briefly list the steps to install and configure your MTA on your server.
#Briefly list the students to install the MUA on your server for text-based messaging.
#Briefly list the steps to trouble-shoot your server if you could not send e-mail messages from your VM2 machine to an external e-mail server.
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