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