The telnet client isn’t installed by default. You’ll have to install it from the Control Panel. Once installed, you can use the telnet command to connect to telnet servers without installing any third-party software. To install telnet go to Control Panel then Click on Programs and Turn on windows features On or Off
Windows includes a system file checker tool that scans its system files and looks for problems. If system files are missing or corrupted, the system file checker will repair them. This may fix problems with some Windows systems. To use this tool, open a Command Prompt window as Administrator and run the sfc /scannow command.
Open your command prompt. At the command prompt, type in telnet example.com 110 Type user and the email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) of the user for which you wish to view emails: user email@example.com Then type in pass followed by your password: pass yourpasswordgoeshere Type list to bring up a list of your emails: list You will […]
TIP: We use the domain example.com as an example. Be sure to replace with your own domain. Open your command prompt. Now, connect with telnet using the following command: telnet example.com 25 Type ehlo example.com. Some servers also accept helo in place of ehlo. ehlo example.com Type mail from: firstname.lastname@example.org: mail from: email@example.com Type rcpt […]
We all at one time or another have used the Task Manager to kill some particular process, no doubt the task manager offers a great way to manage processes but have you ever tried to kill multiple processes with the task manager? You can kill only one process at a time. Windows lets you manage processes […]