Provided by: solid-pop3d_0.15-20_i386
pop_auth - set an user’s APOP secret
pop_auth [-a] [! | name ...]
Pop_auth asks user for his APOP secret and stores this secret after
encryption in ~/.spop3d file. Used encryption is very weak and protects
only from curious system administrator who accidentialy looks at
~/.spop3d file. Don’t use your account password as the APOP secret!!!
Pop_auth will set APOP secret for all maildrop names specified in the
command line. You can use the special ! name to specifiy your default
maildrop. If called without any arguments, pop_auth will set APOP
secret for the default maildrop.
-a Set the same APOP secret for all maildrops definied in ~/.spop3d
User configuration file. APOP secret is written here.
solid-pop3d(8), spop3d.conf(5), dot-spop3d(5),
Jerzy Balamut <email@example.com>