On Thu, Mar 01, 2001 at 12:51:37PM -0000, Martin Pegman mentioned:
> Firstly I was hoping that somebody could recommend a secure POP server.
> I don't really want to use one at all but I have no choice, and I am
> unfamiliar with the various ones available.??
The qmail pop server has never had a security bug against it, and isn't
too hard to install. I'd recommend that.
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