How to use telnet for sending/receiving mails


 …………….Sending mail using telnet………………

1. Open the cmd prompt.
2. telnet server.com 25 (If you live in Canada, put 23)
3. HELO server.com.
4. MAIL FROM you@server.com.
5. You may get a message saying “250 ok”
6. RCPT TO Friend1@anotherserver.com
7. again, You may get a message saying “250 ok”
8. To write the message, type DATA, followed by your message.
9. To end the message, put a period on a line by itself and press Enter.

…………Receiving  mail using telnet….
1.  Select Start in the bottom left corner of the screen, then select Run.
2. Once the Run window starts, type in cmd.
3. At the command prompt, type in telnet emailprovider.com 110 (where “emailprovider” is the name of the service you use for email).
4. Type USER yourusername (you may see what you type or not, and “yourusername” should be changed to whatever comes before the @ in your email address).
5. Then type in PASS yourpassword (if you can see what you type, you will see your password).
6. Type list.
7. You will see a list of items with labels like “1 607” and “2 1323403.”
8. If you want to look at the message labeled 2 1323403, type retr 2. You can replace the 2 with any other number to view other messages.
9. If you want to delete message 1 607, type dele 1.
10. When you are done checking your email, type quit.

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2 responses to “How to use telnet for sending/receiving mails

  1. pls show me how to break encrypted files in Dos
    And how to encrypt files in Dos and again how to use telnet
    and ping

    thanks

  2. Thanks !

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