gavin mc auley wrote:
>Currently I am trying to set up a mail server on fedora core 3. I have bind and sendmail set up and configured but I need to set up pop services so a client can retrieve emails form my mail server. I am working of old documentation but apparently with red hat 9 all you needed to do was install the imap rpm from the disks and change the "disable" line in /etc/xinet.d/ipop3.
>>This does not seem to be the case anymore with fc3. So I was wondering what is the easiest way to set up POP3 services on fc3.
>>>Depends on the imap/pop3 server you wish to use ...
could use courier-imap (which provides pop also & their secure variants).
case of 'yum install courier-imap'
fairly easy setup - /usr/lib/courier-imap/
files there (configs/binaries etc)
alternatively, I believe there is another pop3 daemon (pop3d), which
again : yum install pop3d
I have no experience with it however.
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