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Old 07-03-2002, 04:59 PM   #1
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pop-before-smtp for Courier?


Is there such a thing? Anyone know? I havnt been able to find a reference for it for Courier, but surely there has to be one made out there.

If anyone knows off the top of their mind, let me know, thanks!

Incedently, if anyone knows of a good way to allow roaming/dynamicip users to relay out of Courier email server (without opening up masses of ip banks), I am open to suggestions there as well. However the pop-before-smtp would be suffice.
 
  


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