On Friday 03 December 2004 01:42 pm, Oden Eriksson wrote:
> Thanks Jeremy, but smtp auth isn't the answer I was looking for. I know mr.
> sam and some other profilic people in this sphere thinks pop-before-smtp is
> dead, is silly and obsolete, but I can say it isn't.
> The question still, is how to make this work, not to make me start using
> smtp auth.

It won't.  You'd have to write a lot of code to make it so that it would 
occasionally place your information back into whatever pop-before-smtp 
implementation you're using.

> If was really smart I would stop using an utterly dead (not developed since
> 1998), and unsupported software like qmail is and use _any_ of the others
> that is still alive, supported, developed and in much wider use.
> I bet that's not something you wanted to hear...

So you're blaming qmail for this 'problem'?  That makes me laugh.  Please get 
a clue before you start throwing blame.


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