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    hi, i'm installing the thunderbird to put on mi hotmail's inbox but i don't see the 110 and 25 ports. they are still closed, in the router i have them opened and the suse's firewall and the first that i've done y to come to authorithed services, advances options and i attachhed the 110 and 25 ports TCP and UPD. If I'm not doing it fine, y stopped the full firewall but it still has a mistake. Any idea? Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by bertusdj View Post
    hi, i'm installing the thunderbird to put on mi hotmail's inbox but i don't see the 110 and 25 ports. they are still closed, in the router i have them opened and the suse's firewall and the first that i've done y to come to authorithed services, advances options and i attachhed the 110 and 25 ports TCP and UPD. If I'm not doing it fine, y stopped the full firewall but it still has a mistake. Any idea? Thank you
    I suggest you to restore all default settings, leave the firewall running and google for a how-to set thunderbird on linux.
    It doesn't supposed to be very difficult.
    Good luck.
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    i have the same one problem with webcam logitech quickcam messenger plus and kopete yet i dont know to do with suse...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bertusdj View Post
    i have the same one problem with webcam logitech quickcam messenger plus and kopete yet i dont know to do with suse...
    I suggest you to open a new thread about it. Nobody will know that under the thunderbird thread there is actually a kopete problem.
    Personal opinion: Kopete is a low quality software compared to the other messengers(not just in KDE, globally). It don't worth playing around it. I suggest you to install KMess. I've used it for a long time and it has a lot of feature - maybe you webcam works too.
    Hope that helps.

    ps.: if nothing help ask the gurus on KDE Community Forums
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    Why would you want to open the 110 and 25 ports? Do you intend to run a mail server?
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