Sorry it seems that it does not work in any way . It refuses connection to
this port ( 110 ) so I think it does not work.
popper popper -s
Even I run the program with this command line hoping that it will load and
accept connections but it does not respond. Also binary file is OK as I
tested it . ( I typed a wrong command for it and it responded with error
message . Also before compile I run configure script and then compile it .
Thanks , Siamak
On Thu, 9 Sep 1999, Steve Shah wrote:
> What happens when you type:
> telnet localhost 110
> Does it respond with a line that looks something like:
> Trying xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx...
> Connected to mailhost.
> Escape character is '^]'.
> +OK QPOP (version 3.0b18) at mailhost starting.
> > Thank you for your suggestion about QPopper . I downloded the source and
> > compiled it to popper binary file .
> > 1 - I copied qpopper binary file to /sbin
> > 2 - In /etc/inetd.conf added
> > pop3 stream tcp nowait root /sbin/popper popper -s
> > 3 - In etc/services
> > pop3 110/tcp #Post Office
> > 4 - restated linux .
> > But nothing , it does not accept pop3 connections.
> > Does it need separate accounts for POP3 users and does it need other
> > configurations ?
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