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Re: pop server in an ISP environment
- From: Dave Crocker
- Date: Tue May 30 15:12:18 2000
Selamat tenga hari.
I forgot to include some references:
At 06:37 PM 5/30/00 +0800, Muljawan Hendrianto wrote:
It is a non-standard extension to POP, supported in some POP client and
server implementations. It provides an authenticated alternative to open
XTND XMIT, may I know what is that ?
The current standard for authenticated posting is the AUTH command, coming
into support on clients and servers. Note that email posting is now a
separate standard (SUBMIT) from email relaying (SMTP) event though their
core protocol engine is currently the same.
RFC 2476 Message Submission. R. Gellens, J. Klensin. December 1998.
(Format: TXT=30050 bytes) (Status: PROPOSED STANDARD)
RFC 2554 SMTP Service Extension for Authentication. J. Myers. March 1999.
(Format: TXT=20534 bytes) (Status: PROPOSED STANDARD)
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