Based on the responses i got from my first post and some searching
i did, it seems that there are a number of POP proxy solutions.
I've tried one and have another to try later today.
This brings up the next question.
If i do install a POP proxy, controlled by tcpd, netacl or some
other wrapper, once the daemon has started, how long does it hang
around? (i guess ps would answer that) and if it does hang around,
would this mean that the control that tcpd/netacl had in
starting it would be lost (ie any one can connect) My assumption
is that it would, but this seems a little bit too 'open'?