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POP Server for Solaris - I NEED ONE!!

Posted on 1998-09-21
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I cannot seem to find a good POP server for Solaris 2.6 x86.  I need to set up a certain mail client for testing and I need to use a POP server.  Can someone send me an FTP site or at least point me in the right direction?  thanks...

Michael J. Prichard
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Qualcomm have a very good POP server, which works on most UNIX platforms.

You can get it at qualcomms ftp server:
ftp://ftp.qualcomm.com/quest/unix/servers/popper

If you don't have a C/C++ compiler to compile it, I reccomend that you get the gnu c/c++ compiler, f.ex. at sunsite.unc.edu

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