Does someone has an idea about this:

- login as user 'kiosk' into FreeBSD and getting a desktop in (for example
- launch a graphical MUA (for example Kmail, or a browser) which supports
  more than one identity, let's say <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
  and so on, and each user must somehow authenticate itself for the
  usage of its identity, at least by typing in the password for this
- the MUA is fetching by POP3 or IMAP the mail from some host or the
  underlaying FreeBSD, but they don't get mixed-up with the mails of
  the other identities in the folders of the MUA;

The background idea is just to use the desktop, i.e. loged in
once, as a kiosk for reading/writing mails of a group of people.


Matthias Apitz
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