> Tip for POP: POP sends passwords over the network in
> cleartext just like telnet. =( If your clients can use the APOP
> protocol (Eudora clients can) then check out the QPopper daemon
> as a replacement. (www.eudora.com/freeware/qpop.html) Read the
> docs that come with it to see how to configure APOP.
Note that the Linux port of the UCD in.pop3d has had APOP support
since v1.005h (Apr 1997).
-- Glynn Clements <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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