Looking for Unix-based POP3 server implementing APOP

Skip Montanaro <skip@automatrix.com> Fri, 23 September 1994 05:14 UTC

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From: Skip Montanaro <skip@automatrix.com>
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Subject: Looking for Unix-based POP3 server implementing APOP
Reply-to: Skip Montanaro <skip@automatrix.com>

I was pointed to this group by an automated reply from Marshall Rose.  I
apologize if it's the wrong group to ask the following:

I would like to find a POP3 server for Unix (Linux or Sun) that implements
the APOP command.  Free or commercial products are welcome.  

Thanks,

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