How to Run a VNC Server on Fedora?

Answer VNC, or Virtual Network Computing, is a way to access the graphical environment of a remote computer. It is often called "Remote Desktop." To remotely access your desktop, you must have a VNC serv... Read More »

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How to Set up the VNC Server in Fedora 8?

Fedora 8, a version of the Linux operating system, was released in November, 2007. Fedora is popular with a lot of computer enthusiasts because it is free, unlike Mac- or Windows-based operating sy... Read More »

The specified pop3 server does not appear to be a valid server name?

Hmm, You should give all the details in your question - like exact addresses of POP and SMTP servers you type into outlook settings fields. Maybe that's not the case, but here you've got the settin... Read More »

Can you put a BlackBerry Enterprise server and exhange server 2007 on the same computer?

Blackberry Enterprise Server and Microsoft Exchange Server are both programs designed for IT environments for making access to and transfer of information easier. Both may be installed on the same ... Read More »

What does incoming POP3 HTTP or IMAP server& outgoing server SMTP mean?

POP3 refers to the third version of Post Office Protocol, which tells an email program which remote server to access to retrieve email. IMAP or Internet Access Message Protocol is another type of e... Read More »