Re: IMAP before relay (was: pop before smtp relay)
--Sunday, June 20, 2004 00:26:48 -0600 Nate Duehr <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Ward Willats wrote:
>> Yeah, everyone _should_ use AUTH (and heck, SSL), but for a
>> boutique server with few relayers, pop-before-smtp still works
>> very well, thank you, with no existing client configuration
> Anyone know of any good way to implement IMAP before relay for
> those of us that left POP3 in the 80's where it belongs? ;-)
Well, the pop-before-smtp packages just watches for successful
logins in your mail-log. Therefore it should work with IMAP, too.
Although I haven't checked since I never came across a customer
with a MUA that would support IMAP but fail to use SMTP-AUTH...