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NAME

     popper - POP3 server

SYNOPSIS

     popper [-k] [-a none|otp] [-t file] [-T seconds] [-d] [-i] [-p port]
            [--address-log=file]

DESCRIPTION

     popper serves mail via the Post Office Protocol.  Supported options
     include:

     -a none|otp, --auth-mode=none|otp
             tells popper what authentication modes are acceptable, passing
             otp disables clear text passwords. This has only effect when not
             using Kerberos authentication.

     --address-log=file
             logs the addresses of all clients to the specified file

     -d, --debug
             enables more verbose log messages

     -i, --interactive
             when not started by inetd, this flag tells popper that it has to
             create a socket by itself

     -k, --kerberos
             tells popper to use the Kerberos for authentication.

     -p port, --port=port
             port to listen to, in combination with -i

     -t file, --trace-file=file
             trace all command to file

     -T seconds, --timeout=seconds
             set timeout to something other than the default of 120 seconds

SEE ALSO

     push(8), movemail(8)

STANDARDS

     RFC1939 (Post Office Protocol - Version 3)

AUTHORS

     The server was initially developed at the University of California,
     Berkeley.

     Many changes has been made as part of the KTH Kerberos distributions.