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The POP3 that I saw, came as part of the 'FTP Software' package (and some
other packages as well).
Maybe this helps.....
>The POP3 that I saw, came as part of the 'FTP Software' package (and some
>other packages as well).
>Maybe this helps.....
The net-2 package has an in.popd. It handles POP-2 and POP-3. I
recompiled it to use shadow passwds; the normal binary will work if
you don't use shadow passwds (or you can just let people read root's
and anyone else's mail with no password at all if you like :-) It
should work out of the box, if you've managed to get ftpd, telnet
working at all.
As long as /etc/services and /etc/inetd.conf is setup with POP, Linux
can act as a POP server.
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