Re: [users] Re: Blocking spam
if you can telnet into the machine...
at port 110, you can probably login on the telnet/ssh port ???
- i think that if one were using insecure pop3, they
might as well allow you to telnet/ssh in....
( your already have a login account )
- seems silly to disallow ssh into a pop3 server in my book
especially to those that would like to do so to clean
up emails first
if so, ssh in as a regular user,
run elm/pine locally on the server and delete the emails ...
- send/reply to the emails from the server
and/or than get back to your pc and do yoru normal emailing
On Tue, 8 May 2001, MaD dUCK wrote:
> also sprach V.Suresh (on Tue, 08 May 2001 10:51:54PM +0600):
> > I do use procmail, and if i am right, procmail will start work only
> > after the whole mail has been downloaded by fetchmail, am I right?
> > Suppose a mail of 200 KB resides in your inbox on a pop3server,
> > and you want to delete it in the server, without retrieving it, how doyou
> > do that?
> figure out which mail it is (i.e. which index), then telnet to port
> 110 of your isp and delete it yourself with the following command
> sequence (this is POP3):
> %> telnet mail 110
> USER username
> PASS password
> DELE 35
> you can use RETR 34, RETR 35, RETR 36, etc. before to make sure you
> are deleting the right message.