Teapop is another RFC1939 compliant POP3-server, however Teapop takes a step further. It has flexible virtual domain support that is remarkable for POP3 servers. Teapop tries to be very flexible, fast and reliable without lowering the security standards.
|Tags||Communications Email Post-Office POP3|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This version features better CRLF handling in Maildir, reduces the memory footprint, and adds a new softlock feature.
Release Notes: An error in the configure script that caused builds to fail under certain circumstances has been fixed.
Release Notes: Support for expiring messages based on age, better cleanup of the MySQL connection, improved handling of NULL in messages, native cleanup of userdata for SQL authentication, and more minor changes plus -Wall cleanups.
Release Notes: Code cleanup and smaller bugfixes.
Release Notes: Several new features (such as Java support and OpenLDAP authentication), improved support for Mac OS X and running Teapop as a non-privileged user, a fix for ignoring UW-IMAP's control message, completely ignoring SIGPIPE in update state, and many more new features and bugfixes.