Hmm... funny, i have thought that inetd_enabled="YES" was default regardless
if it's in rc.conf or not. Because even it it's not in rc.conf, you can
still see it running when you ps -ax (/usr/sbin/inetd -wW). I have my pop3
(which requires editing the inetd.conf) working even if that line is not in
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> As it turns out, a one liner: inetd_enabled="YES"
> added to rc.conf caused it to come up correctly.
> Now it is running fine! Thanks all....
> Bob Keys
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