pop3, imap4d – Internet mail servers|
upas/pop3 [ –d debugfile ][ –a mailbox ][ –r peeraddr ][ –t tlscertfile
][ –p ] |
upas/imap4d [–acpv] [–d smtpdomain] [–s servername]
These programs support remote access to mail across the Internet.
All expect the network connection to be standard input, output,
and error. They are normally started from scripts in /rc/bin/service
(see listen(8)). |
Pop3 provides access to a user's mailboxes via the POP3 protocol.
The options are:
Imap4d provides access to a user's mailboxes via the IMAP4rev1 protocol. Only files rooted in /mail/box/username/ are accessible. The list of subscribed mailboxes is contained in /mail/box/username/imap.subscribed, and initially contains only INBOX, IMAP's name for the user's mailbox. A shadow file, mailbox.imp, is created for each mailbox examined.
Imap4d's options are:
For both imap4d and pop3, the password used to authenticate the
connection is the APOP secret held by keyfs(4) running on the
/sys/log/imap4d debugging output|
aliasmail(8), faces(1), filter(1), mail(1), marshal(1), mlmgr(1),
nedmail(1), qer(8), rewrite(6), send(8), upasfs(4)|
Usually messages flagged for deletion with DELE are not actually
deleted until the client sends a QUIT command to end the conversation.
Pop3 implements a non–standard command SYNC that deletes messages
flagged for deletion without ending the conversation.|