popa3d is a tiny POP3 daemon designed with security as the primary goal. You can read more about its design, check out the change log, or download a popa3d tarball (the latest stable version is recommended) and refer to the documentation inside.
These and older versions of popa3d, as well as related user-contributed files, are also available from the Openwall file archive. The source code of popa3d may be browsed via CVSweb.
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Contributed popa3d resources (note: we haven't audited any of these):
Patches (the popa3d 0.6+ patches should also apply to 1.0):
The use of APOP is not recommended.
The preferred way to do POP-before-SMTP is via whoson.
Obsolete patches which are no longer needed with popa3d 0.5+:
popa3d has been integrated into OpenBSD 3.0+. It is the default POP3 server on Owl, recent versions of Slackware, and distributions by ALT Linux team. popa3d is also part of Debian GNU/Linux, Gentoo Linux, and ASPLinux.
popa3d is a registered project with Freecode and Ohloh.