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Date:      Wed, 20 Nov 1996 09:54:48 -0500 (EST)
From:      rohit@cs.umd.edu (Rohit Dube)
To:        questions@freebsd.org
Cc:        rohit@cs.umd.edu
Subject:   Pop3 server : Which one?
Message-ID:  <199611201454.JAA19735@seine.cs.umd.edu>

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Hi mail/pop gurus,

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?

Thanks in advance.

--rohit.




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