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Solaris 1.1 (Sun OS 4.1.3) 's Built in mailing systems Supports POP3 service

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I want to knwo whether  Solaris 1.1 which is running SUN OS 4.1.3 's built in mailing system supports pop3 service ?
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nope - there is no built in pop server for 4.1.3.

You should be able to complile the uw imap server and get
pop2, pop3 and imap that will work fine.

ftp://ftp.cac.washington.edu/imap/
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