Bob,

sorry for the delay in responding, was off Friday.

We are not running a DHCP server. We are using the Cobalt Qube 2 for email
and it CAN be a DHCP server...

So does what you note still apply ?

Thanks !

Chuck

-----Original Message-----
From: Bob Crothers

Chuck,

The domain name should be coming from your DHCP server.

For the TCPIP "machine" name, go to network connections, properties on
your Ethernet, then properties on TCP/IP, then select Advanced button,
then the DNS tab.  Towards the bottom of this panel, it is the "DNS
suffix for this connection".  This is the TCPIP "machine name".  Also,
above this is where you can put your domain name if your DHCP server
doesn't allow you to specify.

Regards,
Bob Crothers
Cornerstone Communications
http://www.cstoneindy.com





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