Re: Bug#283751: ITP: fakepop -- fake pop3 server to warn users that only pop3-ssl is available
Ron Johnson writes:
>On Wed, 2004-12-01 at 22:25 +1100, Matthew Palmer wrote:
>> So I can put "All your mail is belong to us" in my /etc/fakepop/ directory,
>> so that people know that their passwords *have* been successfully sent in
>> the clear before being told to reconfigure their mail client? Well, *I'm*
>But since the password isn't valid, does it make much difference?
>For example, my pop3 password isn't the same as my GnuPG passphrase.
Quite, but you're more clueful than most. The people seeing these
messages will most likely have just attempted to log in using their
normal username and password...
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