On Sunday 19 June 2005 19:52, Casey Allen Shobe wrote:
> That works, but that's not useful since none of the client logins
> (pop3 or imap) update the password file.  SMTP logins *do*, but
> they are considerably more rare...

And many accounts exist for POP3 polling only, and the end user only 
uses one account to SMTP auth with for any address he sends from.

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