How about writing your own bash script to do pop-before-smtp?
Basically it is nothing but grepping out IP addresses from /var/log/messages and adding them to /etc/mail/access.
I wrote my own script and it works like a charm. The only limitation is that it is run in each minute as a cron job, so access is granted max. 1 minute after successful POP login.
If this will do, and you use sendmail, I can help you in writing your own script. To do so, post a POP login line from your messages file (naturally masquerading your own domain and IP address).
Last edited by J_Szucs; 12-13-2003 at 01:31 AM.