you could use stunnel. But I think there is probably pop3 servers out
there that have the ability to do encryption built in.
On Mon, 12 Jul 2004 18:01:34 -0500, Eric Crist
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> What can I use as a secure (SSL) pop3 server. I'm trying to eliminate all
> instances of passwords being transmitted to my network unencrypted. Mail is
> all that is left. I want to setup pop as a secure service, before I worry
> about fighting with sendmail and SSL.
> Eric F Crist
> Keep your pecker hard and your powder dry, and the world WILL turn.
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