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Old 02-21-2008, 10:36 AM   #1
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What POP deamon to use


Hello Guys,

I was just wondering what software you were using to retreive your mail from your server...

I am using Postfix to handle SMTP and I was using Popper to handle the POP tasks...

Now I am switching to an 64 bits environement and I will have to find the sources and recompile Popper. That is the reason why I am thinking of changing that softeware...

Thanks for the advices!
 
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generally i find dovecot slots in very well to postfix Maildir setups
 
  


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