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Re: Good pop3 server

Yes, not using system accounts is very good.

If you're on the qmail bandwagon like I am, you can configure qmail to
manage pop3 mailboxes really well.  I use inter7.com's qmailadmin and
vqadmin for managing my users' mailboxes.  I'm happy with this setup so
far.  Trouble free, basically.  Once you get through the not-so-good
documentation, you'll have a working system that just... works!


Robert Waldner wrote:
> (please send your mails in text only)
> On Fri, 10 Aug 2001 10:36:28 +0200, Javier Castillo Alcibar writes:
> >       I am looking for a good pop3 server in the woody(testing)
> >distribution. I was going to install qpopper v4, but it runs from inetd
> >daemon, what I think is a bad idea from the performance point of view......
> >
> >       Any ideas??
> I´d go for cyrus, with some extra configuration you can even get rid of
>  having to have local users for every mail-account.
> cheers,
> &rw
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                                 Philip Jacob

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