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Thomas 'Balu' Walter tw at
Sat Jun 2 01:38:36 PDT 2001

+-Wil Cooley-(wcooley at[02.06.01 07:53]:
> Thus spake Kristoffer Ekelund:
> > 
> > Ok, stunnel looks a tad complicated, but I'll look into it. It doesn't
> > look like a very elegant solution though. Not to me anyway... Are there
> > really no encrypted protocols for retriveing mail?
> I made RPMs for stunnel init scripts that'll start stunnel processes
> listening on the SSL-POP3 and SSL-IMAP ports.  It's better to
> run stunnel this way, and is one reason I prefer it over sslwrap,
> because there is less overhead.  You can read about it in the stunnel
> FAQ:  Even though mine
> are RPMs (and designed to integrate with a Red Hat system), you
> should be able to find enough in the init scripts to get you going:
>, imapsd and pop3sd.

Hm - I don't get your reason here... sslwrap can run in inetd and daemon
mode too, what do you mean by "less overhead"?

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