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Date:      Mon, 25 Nov 1996 23:38:16 -0800 (PST)
From:      Doug White <dwhite@gdi.uoregon.edu>
To:        Rohit Dube <rohit@cs.umd.edu>
Cc:        questions@FreeBSD.org
Subject:   Re: Pop3 server : Which one?
Message-ID:  <Pine.BSI.3.94.961125233644.1884V-100000@gdi.uoregon.edu>
In-Reply-To: <199611201454.JAA19735@seine.cs.umd.edu>

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On Wed, 20 Nov 1996, Rohit Dube wrote:

> Chugging thru the mail archives didn't reveal a leader so :
> 
> I have a freeBSD 2.2-961006-SNAP box which acts as a mail server.
> Sendmail did the job of delivering and receiving mail just fine.
> 
> This until a NT box showed up. The user of the NT box needs to receive
> and send mail from the NT machine using the bundled in Pop3 client.
> I need a minimal but stable POP3 server to run on the freeBSD machine.
> I have seen references to popper, qpopper in the archives ipop3d in the 
> man page and poppassd-4.0 and qpop-2.2 in the ports listing.
> 
> Is any of these know to work better than the others? Or is there
> some other port/package known to work well?

We use pop3d here on our machine.  It's more stable than popper in the
person-who-installed-it's opinion (which wasn't me).  We're having some
odd problems with popper on the university Suns which incline me to lean
away from it (no pun intended).  poppassd allows password changes from the
client (ie Eudora) and can be added to any pop daemon.

Doug White                              | University of Oregon  
Internet:  dwhite@resnet.uoregon.edu    | Residence Networking Assistant
http://gladstone.uoregon.edu/~dwhite    | Computer Science Major




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