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NAME

       pop3d - the POP3 daemon

SYNOPSIS

       pop3d [OPTION...]

DESCRIPTION

       GNU pop3d -- the POP3 daemon

              General options

       --delete-expired
              Delete expired messages upon closing the mailbox

       --expire=DAYS
              Expire read messages after the given number of days

       --tls-required
              Always require STLS before entering authentication phase

       -u, --undelete
              Undelete all messages on startup

              Login delay control

       --login-delay=SECONDS
              Allowed delay between the two successive logins

       --stat-file=FILENAME
              Name of login statistics file

              Bulletin control

       --bulletin-db=FILE
              Set the bulletin database file name

       --bulletin-source=MBOX Set source mailbox to get bulletins from

              Daemon configuration options

       -d, --daemon[=NUMBER]
              Runs in daemon mode with a maximum of NUMBER children

       -i, --inetd
              Run in inetd mode

       -p, --port=PORT
              Listen on specified port number

       -P, --pidfile=FILE
              Set PID file

       -t, --timeout=NUMBER
              Set idle timeout value to NUMBER seconds

       -x, --transcript
              Output session transcript via syslog

              Authentication options

       --authentication=MODLIST
              Set the list of modules to be used for authentication

       --authorization=MODLIST
              Set list of modules to be used for authorization

       --pam-service=STRING
              Use STRING as PAM service name

       --sql-db=STRING
              Name of the database to connect to

       --sql-field-map=MAP
              Declare  a  name  translation  map  for SQL fields in results of
              sql-getpwnam and sql-getpwuid queries

       --sql-getpass=QUERY
              SQL query to retrieve a password from the database

       --sql-getpwnam=QUERY
              SQL query to retrieve a passwd entry based on username

       --sql-getpwuid=QUERY
              SQL query to retrieve a passwd entry based on UID

       --sql-host=HOSTNAME
              Name or IP of MySQL server to connect to

       --sql-interface=NAME
              Type of SQL interface to use

       --sql-passwd=STRING
              SQL connection password

       --sql-password-type=STRING
              Type of password returned by --sql-getpass query. STRING is  one
              of: plain, hash, scrambled

       --sql-port=NUMBER
              Port to use

       --sql-user=NAME
              SQL user name

       --virtual-passwd-dir=DIR
              Search for virtual passwd file in DIR

              Encryption options

       --ssl-cafile=FILE
              Specify trusted CAs file

       --ssl-cert=FILE
              Specify SSL certificate file

       --ssl-key=FILE
              Specify SSL certificate key

              Common options

       --external-locker=PATH Set full path to the external locker program

       --lock-expire-timeout=SECONDS
              Number of seconds after which the lock expires

       --lock-flags=FLAGS
              Default locker flags (E=external, R=retry, T=time, P=pid)

       --lock-retry-count=NUMBER
              Set the maximum number of times to retry acquiring the lockfile

       --lock-retry-timeout=SECONDS
              Set timeout for acquiring the lockfile

       -m, --mail-spool=URL
              Use specified URL as a mailspool directory

       --mailbox-type=PROTO
              Default mailbox type to use

       --log-facility=FACILITY
              Output logs to syslog FACILITY

       --license
              Print license and exit

       -?, --help
              give this help list

       --usage
              give a short usage message

       -V, --version
              print program version

       Mandatory  or  optional arguments to long options are also mandatory or
       optional for any corresponding short options.

REPORTING BUGS

       Report bugs to <bug-mailutils@gnu.org>.

SEE ALSO

       The complete GNU mailutils manual is not available  in  Debian  systems
       due  to  licensing  reasons. You can find this manual online in the GNU
       mailutils webpage:
       http://www.gnu.org/software/mailutils/manual/index.html.