POP3 Mail server
- What is JPop Server?
JPop Server is a POP3 server for Java that was developed by Rossi
Engineering in 1998 as a commercial product. We are now making it
available for free under the GNU Public License.
- Complies with RFC1939, RFC1725, RFC1460, RFC1225, and RFC1081.
- Supports the following POP3 commands:
APOP, DELE, LAST, LIST, NOOP, PASS, QUIT, RETR, RSET, STAT,
TOP, UIDL, USER
- Built-in access control through an allowed hosts file.
- Fully Java Compatible, no native methods or system dependencies.
Runs on ANY java version, tested on version 1.0.2 through 1.4.2
- Supports 2 styles of local mailboxes.
- Graphical user interface for routine management operations, such
as adding users, etc.
- The following optional POP3 commands can be enabled or disabled:
APOP, LAST, TOP, UIDL
- The USER and PASS commands can also be disabled to force users to use
the APOP authentification method.
- No need to restart the server after making configuration changes.
- Comprehensive logging.
- High Performance.
- Special notes
Although the code will run on any Java VM, it must currently be
compiled on a version 1.1 or earlier system. This is because some
files import both java.awt.* and java.util.*. This causes a conflict
in resolving the List class when java.util.List was added in version 1.2.
JPop Server is licensed under the GNU Public License (GPL).