Join Mike Meyers for an in-depth discussion in this video Email servers and clients, part of CompTIA Network+ (N10-006) Cert Prep: 4 Making TCP/IP Work.
- Junk. Important. Bills.…Pretty much the usual state of affairs for my mail.…Now when we're talking about mail…in the TCPIP world,…what we're really talking about is good old email.…Now, when we're dealing with email,…you're dealing with sending mail…and receiving mail.…So what we're going to be starting off with here…is kinda old school email.…Where you would have an actual client.…They would have names like Outlook…or Thunderbird or things like that…that you'd be running on your local computer.…Granted, today a lot of us use things like Yahoo and Gmail,…which are web-based.…
But I don't want you to think in those terms yet.…Let's go back a few years to the day when email…was run through old school clients to old school servers.…Okay well once again here we are…with a machine set up as a server…and a machine set up as a client.…Now before we get into this too much,…you need to appreciate when it comes to email,…well, lets look at it from the client's side,…you're going to be sending email to deliver to other people,…
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