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Teapop is an RFC1939 and RFC2449 compliant POP3-server, which is quickly gaining world-wide recognition. With its' flexible virtual domain support, Teapop distinguishes itself from other POP3-servers. The possibility to authenticate users in several different ways, for example PostgreSQL-databases and Apache htpasswd files, lets Teapop adapt itself to Your setup, rather than the other way around as with traditional POP3-servers.

Finally you can use the full power of your mailserver, without having your POP3-server limiting you. Teapop truly is a revolutionary OpenSource POP3-server.

And best of all: It's free and it's available now.

Feature Overview:
- Full support for virtual domains.
- Support for multiple IPs
- Follows RFC1939 and RFC2449
- APOP support
- MySQL authentication support.
- PostgreSQL authentication support.
- Apache htpasswd authentication support.
- Plus many more features.


 
News

Nov 27 - New Release; 0.3.8. This version contains some bugfixes, reduced memory foot print and a new feature called softlock. Softlock will return an empty mailbox instead of an error, to the client, if it's locked.

Jul 22 - New Release; 0.3.7. There was a minor error in the configure script that caused it to return incorrect information which would cause a build to fail.

Jul 21 - New Release; 0.3.6. A year worth of hard work have been put into this release. It contains several fixes to improve stability and a couple of new features, such as expiring messages based on age.

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