[CentOS] Access email and addressbook from everywhere

Josep M. mylinuxmaillists-2006 at yahoo.es
Mon Sep 4 10:58:44 UTC 2006


Yes, You are right with ssh, for when i´m in work may be ok, but under windows machines, establish ssh sessions with putty may be ok, but what can I use for control the desktop remotely in a windows machine?

John Summerfield <debian at herakles.homelinux.org> escribió:  Josep M. wrote:
> I used squirrelmail, and address book is much less good than evolution,
> so maybe I will look for anything for control my desktop via web, using
> https if is possible.
> 
> Evolution have a great mail, contacts, calendar and tasks, and

Not everyone has that view:-)


vnc through a VPN is realistic, VNC through SSH is fairly easy:

ssh -L5902:desktop.office.lan:5902 example.com

then run vncviewer listening to 127.0.0.1:5902. This assumes that 
"desktop.office.lan" is your box and is directly accessible from 
example.com. vncserver can be, but doesn't have to be, on the system you 
connect to using ssh.

I use this same technique to configure routers and printers over the 
Internet.





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