derek at computinginnovations.com
Wed Apr 4 16:30:32 UTC 2007
At 11:20 AM 4/4/2007, David Southwell wrote:
>On Wednesday 04 April 2007 08:57:51 David Southwell wrote:
> > I am trying to get pop3 working on freebsd 6.1 but am having no success.
> > mail ports installed:
> > [root at dns1 /usr/ports/mail/imap-uw]# pkg_info |grep mail
> > cclient-2004g,1 Mark Crispin's C-client mail access routines
> > imap-uw-2004g_1,1 University of Washington IMAP4rev1/POP2/POP3 mail
> > servers maildrop-2.0.2 Mail delivery agent (MDA) with filtering
> > abilities postfix-2.3.8,1 A secure alternative to widely-used Sendmail
> > [root at dns1 /usr/ports/mail/imap-uw]#
> > In inetd I have:
> > pop2 stream tcp nowait root /usr/local/libexec/ipop2d ipop2d
> > pop3 stream tcp nowait root /usr/local/libexec/ipop3d ipop3d
> > imap4 stream tcp nowait root /usr/local/libexec/imapd imapd
> > When connections are attempted there is no response from the server.
>correction the above line should read:
>When connections are attempted there is response from the server!!
> > When an attempt is made to connect to pop3 the server is found, connection
> > is made but there is a problem with password verification.
> > Can anyone help me identify the problem. I have not been able to find a
> > check list to help.
> > How do I get logging information for pop3?
> > Thanks david
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Try telneting to that port while logged into that server.
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