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SQL Mail setup

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I just wanted configure this, so the SQL server will be able send messages to
my mail address (or any other). Though my mail server exists in a Unix
machine, I have configured MS Outlook to pick mails from there, and tested
that it sends/recives.

My env. is Win XP, with SQL 2000, BUT does not have Exchange server.

What does it really need if the SQL server has to send mails to users (now ,
to my mail id)? This is what I understood.
1. COnfigure SQL Mail. This needs profile, and this profile must be available
in MS Outlook and able to send/receive mails
2. Configure Start -> Control Panel ->Mail ???
3. Any?

Thank you
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