On Tue, May 22, 2001 at 02:52:00AM +0100, Niall O Broin wrote:
> However, in the version of gnupop3d I have (0.9.8) the from part is not
> logged. I've used the source already, Luke, and there's no mention of the
> client's IP there that I can see. Has anyone implemented this, and if so,
> what bloody pop3 server did you use ?
Possibly the most bizarre POP command prompts of any POP server,
worth telnetting into port 110 just to see this :)
It supports lots of cool stuff like authenticating against postgresql.
I had pop-before-smtp working with teapop and sendmail, but it wasn't
100% and I gave it up for POP AUTH instead (which postfix supports).
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