mike at CamaroSS.net
Sun Jul 18 16:18:55 UTC 2004
> > > -----Original Message-----
> > > From: fedora-list-bounces at redhat.com
> > > [mailto:fedora-list-bounces at redhat.com] On Behalf Of Jonathan T.
> > > Steadman
> > > Sent: Sunday, July 18, 2004 10:59 AM
> > > To: fedora-list
> > > Subject: serving pop3
> > >
> > > could someone point me in the right direction here, I
> want to give a
> > > whack a running a pop3 server, ipop3 looks like what I
> want to run
> > > it, but if anyone has a better suggestion let me know. I
> guess my
> > > question is how do I get this up and running? I read
> some tutorial
> > > on how to do it but with no luck, does anyone know of a
> good one I
> > > can read up on? I really appreciate the help I have
> received using
> > > this mailing list sure hope I can repay the favor someday.
> > I use cucipop instead of ipop3d. Basically, you install
> cucipop via
> > rpm and then issue 'service cucipop start' and your pop3
> server is up and running.
> > You *may* have to rpm -e imap or you'll get an rpm conflict.
> > Mike
> is that a fairly secure program as well? I will look into
> this thanks for the advice
As secure as pop3 can be. Of course, passwords are sent in clear text, but
you will have this regardless of the pop3 daemon you run.
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