How are people on this list using “POP before SMTP” (Roaming users) when their POP3 server is separate from their SMTP server? The way that I understand that roaming users work is that once you pop in and check mail, the POP3 server rebuilds the tcpserver cdb file with the user’s IP address added as RELAYCLIENT. How does the separate SMTP server receive this file in a timely manner? Are you NFS mounting the tcpserver CDB file? If so, how is performance in this scenario?
Thanks for any response.
Broadband Systems Engineer / Postmaster
- RE: [vchkpw] Roaming users / POP toasters Shane Chrisp