David Kovar wrote:
> Where can one find an APOP server? If you say "QualComm" you
> are, unfortunately, incorrect. I've checked out the sources
> there and the README file says that APOP is a future enhancement.
> All mail to QualComm on the subject was ignored.
> I would truly love to find an APOP server.
According to an archive of the firewalls mailing list:
From: H Morrow Long (long-morrow @
Date: Thu, 11 May 1995 14:01:56 -0400
The pop server (popd) that comes with the MH 6.8 distribution
contains #defines and code for APOP.
You can get the MH 6.8 distribution from a few places around the net.
I scanned the code of the Berkeley "popper" POP server but didn't
see any references or code for APOP mode in it.
I haven't verified this, so your mileage may vary.
John "FuzzFace" McMahon 301-527-9500 x127
Trusted Information Systems - Rockville, MD mcmahon @