Re: KMail "precommand"
On Friday 24 May 2002 02:11 am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Quoting Jay Kline <email@example.com>:
> | I have been trying to set up ssh tunneling for my POP accounts, and have
> | had
> | no success as of yet.
> What is the utility of using this kind of "precommand" ?
> If I am right, you are trying to connect to a pop/ssl account, and kmail
> already knows howto do that.
> Just create a pop account and set the 'security' options.
Its not a pop/ssl account, its a standard pop account on the same server I
have an ssh account on.
> | On KDE3 I can use the precommand
> | ssh -f -x -L1100:127.0.0.1:110 user@mailhost "sleep 15 && exit"
> Take a look at the -N option of ssh
> BTW if you really want a tunnel you should try stunnel
This is an ssh1 only server (I cant control that) and I dont like to install
software for one use like that.
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