Re: "AUTH"-capable POP server for Debian?
Amos Shapira wrote:
> Is anyone aware of a POP server (preferably allready packaged
> for Debian) which can understand the "AUTH" command?
> I have the Qualcomm popper (qpopper) installed on the mail server
> right now (qpopper), and sometimes want to use Netscape to read
> mail from the workplace, since Qpopper doesn't understand "AUTH"
> netscape falls back to plain USER/PASS (it doesn't try APOP, which
> is really what I miss).
> PS. If anyone is interested, I just finished hacking a "POP to APOP"
> gateway which allows me to read mail through netscape without using
> plain USER/PASS on the net.
cucipop supports APOP and is a debian package. Which version of
Nutscrape supports AUTH?
Jens B. Jorgensen
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