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ipopd



SYNOPSIS

       /usr/sbin/ipop2d

       /usr/sbin/ipop3d


DESCRIPTION

       IPOP2d  and  IPOP3d are servers which support the POP2 and
       POP3 remote mail access  protocols  respectively.   IPOP2d
       and  IPOP3d  can  also be used by POP2 and POP3 clients to
       access mailboxes on IMAP servers  by  specifying  a  login
       user  name in the form <host>:<user> e.g., SERVER.WASHING­
       TON.EDU:SMITH.

       POPd is invoked by the  internet  server  (see  inetd(8)),
       normally  for requests to connect to the POP port as indi­
       cated by the /etc/services file (see services(5)).


SEE ALSO

       imapd(8C)


BUGS

       The POP2 and POP3 protocols are intrinsically less  flexi­
       ble than IMAP and do not maintain `read' vs `unread' state
       on the server.  As  a  result,  most  POP  based  software
       transfers  all  the mail from the server to the client and
       deletes it from the server.  This  necessarily  locks  the
       user into using only a single client.

       POP3  does  not  allow  you to specify an alternate folder
       from the user's default.

                         January 16, 1992               IPOPD(8C)

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