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Re: pop server in an ISP environment
- From: Steve Sobol
- Date: Tue May 30 17:21:05 2000
Dave Crocker wrote:
> At 04:47 PM 5/30/00 -0400, Steve Sobol wrote:
> >Other than that, SMTP AUTH works well and is not the nasty little hack
> >that POP-before-SMTP is, and is supported much better than XTND XMIT.
> >(And that it's a standard, whereas XTND XMIT isn't. SMTP AUTH is
> >described in RFC2554.)
> Thanks for the response.
> What SMTP/SUBMIT server are you using?
I believe that both the opensource and commercial versions of Sendmail now
support RFC2554, but you can check at www.sendmail.com (.com = the
commercial version and Sendmail for NT, .org = the opensource version)
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