On Mon, 2003-01-13 at 01:26, Alex wrote:
> Dear/Beste Antoine,
> Monday, January 13, 2003, 12:41:32 AM, you wrote:
> > I've been looking all around but I don't find any pop-before-smtp
> > solution within FreeBSD (no package, no ports, at least I didn't find
> > any).
> > Do you know if such a solution exists.
> What do you mean with: pop-before-smtp. You use STMP to send you mail
> from one server to another. And you use POP(3) to receive you mail
> from the 2nd server. I use qpopper for my pop3 services.

pop-before-smtp is a solution to use smtp from mobile locations without
using an smtp-auth technique.
Basically, you authenticate through pop, if the authentication is
successfull, then your IP is marked as "ok for relaying" during a
periiod of time.
Very usefull when your users connect from different places as they have
dynamic IPs.


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