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POP3D(8)							      POP3D(8)


       pop3d - POP3 server process

       pop3d [ -C config-file ] [ -U uses ] [ -T timeout ] [ -D ]
	     [ -s ] [ -k ] [ -p ssf ]

       Pop3d  is a POP3 server.	 It accepts commands on its standard input and
       responds on its standard output.	 It MUST  invoked  by  master(8)  with
       those descriptors attached to a remote client connection.

       Pop3d  reads  its  configuration	 options out of the imapd.conf(5) file
       unless specified otherwise by -C.

       If the directory log/user exists under the directory specified  in  the
       configdirectory	configuration  option, then pop3d will create protocol
       telemetry logs for sessions authenticating as user.  The telemetry logs
       will  be	 stored in the log/user directory with a filename of the pop3d

       -C config-file
	      Read configuration options from config-file.

       -U uses
	      The maximum number of times that the process should be used  for
	      new connections before shutting down.  The default is 250.

       -T timeout
	      The  number of seconds that the process will wait for a new con‐
	      nection before shutting down.  Note that a  value	 of  0	(zero)
	      will disable the timeout.	 The default is 60.

       -D     Run external debugger specified in debug_command.

       -s     Serve  POP3  over	 SSL  (pop3s).	 All data to and from pop3d is
	      encrypted using the Secure Sockets Layer.

       -k     Serve MIT's KPOP (Kerberized POP) protocol instead.

       -p ssf Tell pop3d that an external  layer  exists.   An	SSF  (security
	      strength	factor)	 of  1	means  an  integrity  protection layer
	      exists.  Any higher SSF implies some form of privacy protection.


       imapd.conf(5), cyrus-master(8)

CMU				 Project Cyrus			      POP3D(8)

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