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Extended systems 4000

This is a stand alone web / mail server. I believe its based on a version of linux and I want to see if it wroks - it only has network connextions

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I sent you a document on the other thread.

here it is again
http://support.citrix.com/servlet/KbServlet/download/550-102-8073/extendnet4000.pdf

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