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NAME

       fakepop - a fake pop3 daemon

SYNOPSIS

       /usr/sbin/in.fakepop

DESCRIPTION

       fakepop  is  a fake pop3 daemon. It returns always the same messages to
       all users,  it  does  not  care  about  usernames  and  passwords.  All
       user/pass combinations are accepted.
       The  main  purpose  of fakepop is to advice users that your server only
       accepts pop3-ssl and they have wrongly configured pop3 without ssl. You
       can  customize  messages in /etc/fakepop/ directory to teach your users
       how they should configure their mail clients to use pop3-ssl instead of
       pop3.

OPTIONS

       This program discards any command line option.

CONFIGURATION

       You  can  put  all  the  messages you want to deliver to the users that
       connect  at  fakepop  in  /etc/fakepop/  for   more   information   see
       /usr/fakepop/readme.config

AUTHOR

       fakepop was written by Pedro Zorzenon Neto <pzn@debian.org>.

                                  2004 Dec 01                       FAKEPOP(8)