My guess is that he's using a program that just encrypts a connection
to localhost:110. If that's the case, it will appear that the user is
coming from localhost, and therefore not possible to open up SMTP
relaying for them.
If you follow Bill Shupp's directions <http://shupp.org/toaster/> for
setting up pop/secure-pop, roaming-users should work.
I'm a big fan of using SMTP AUTH instead of roaming-users (aka
pop-before-smtp). If they configure their email client for SMTP AUTH,
then you won't have to fix roaming-users for secure pop3.
Tom Collins - [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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