pop3proxy_server_name andpop3proxy_server_port options
skip at pobox.com
Sun Apr 20 08:42:10 EDT 2003
>>>>> "Tony" == Tony Meyer <Meyer> writes:
Skip> What's the purpose of pop3proxy_ports? Can the ports to listen to
Skip> be inferred from the pop3proxy_servers list?
>> From my memory, this allow to have one ip adresse (127.0.0.1) serving
>> for more than one pop server. Something like
>> pop3proxy_ports: 110, 1100
>> pop3proxy_servers: pop3.example.com:110, pop3.example2.com:110
Tony> That's exactly it. I must admit, I was very confused when I first
Tony> used pop3proxy about what these did. pop3proxy_listen_ports or
Tony> pop3proxy_proxy_ports would probably be a better name, but option
Tony> names are not easily changed...
Still, if they are better named something other than what they are today, it
will only be harder to change them later, especially after another release.
Also, since we now have a proper hierarchy in our option names shouldn't we
zap the "pop3proxy_" prefix?
listen_ports: 110, 1100
remote_servers: pop3.example.com:110, pop3.example2.com:110
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