Configuring a POP3 Server with Qpopper
You can take your POP3 server configuration to several different levels. You can simply install the server and let everyone use it; you can run it in standalone mode, which avoids having to run inetd if you don’t want to; you can enable “server mode,” which enhances performance, depending on your circumstances; and you can enable encrypted sessions through TLS/SSL. These latter options are not mutually exclusive. We’ll be looking at each of them in turn.
Basic Qpopper Installation and Configuration
Getting the POP3 service up and running without concerning yourself too much about performance or security is a simple matter. Go to the qpopper directory in the ports collection (/usr/ports/qpopper) and then ...