[Spambayes] Using Spambayes w/ Eudora
jeremy at alum.mit.edu
Tue Jan 14 10:15:11 EST 2003
>>>>> "NP" == Neale Pickett <neale at woozle.org> writes:
NP> Wait, why can't you just log in with a username of
NP> username at hostname
The last time I suggested this for pop3proxy, someone mentioned that
several clients issue commands before the login such that the proxy
wouldn't be able to guess what server it was for.
But it sounds like we now have a report of a client that is difficult
to configure without adding the username to the servername. I think
it should be an option to do either. It's certainly more attractive
for configuration: The user never needs to configure anything in the
proxy beyond the port; all the per-server configuration can be done
using the client's configuration system.
NP> Or username:hostname or username@@hostname or whatever. The
NP> point is, you'd send the name of the POP server you're trying to
NP> contact as part of the username. We used to do this to vhost
NP> pop accounts back at the big dot-bomb ISP where I worked.
NP> AFAIK, it worked great.
There's code in pspam/pop.py that does this. It's not difficult.
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