If I understand you correctly you might try a query like:

select services from tabl where machine_name="UAMAIL3";

That should only return one result based on the data you gave...

My 2 
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From: "Sharif Islam" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Subject: [PHP-DB] Multiple Entry


>
> I have some data in a table like this:
>
> +----------------------------+--------------+
> | services                   | machine_name |
> +----------------------------+--------------+
> | MS Exchange Server and BDC | MAIL         |
> | Microsoft Exchange for UA  | UAMAIL1      |
> | Microsoft Exchange for UA  | UAMAIL2      |
> | Microsoft Exchange for UA  | UAMAIL3      |
> +----------------------------+--------------+
>
> As you can see, there are same entry for the services column. So If
> I to display in php :
>
> select services from table; then I will get three same entry.
>
>
> Is there any way, I can get only one output.But somehow I have to
> incorpate it with the other data in that column, which doesn't have
> multiple entry. Any hint? thanks in advance.
>
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