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PM-DOS  June 1997, Week 3

PM-DOS June 1997, Week 3

Subject:

PMPOP

From:

Vlad Lissine <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

Pegasus Mail for Dos Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>, Vlad Lissine <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Sat, 21 Jun 1997 00:21:11 +0200

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I have a question that relates to PMPOP , the POP3 utility for PMAIL.
First of all, I assume there is no version after 1.1? So the ESMTP bug
was never fixed...
 
I have a problem with almost paranoid security check system. Because here,
in Czech Republic, and in many other countries there are no "local calls"
and you have to pay for every call you make, though on a different rate.
To speed up the connection and make my time online shorter I put IP number
of the relevant host -i.e. 195.70.130.1, but since PMPOP logs in on this
account, and then forces the Sender: field into mail message, I get
something like Sender: [log in to unmask] in the header of my message. For
obvious reasons any message sent to the address formed in this way will
be lost. Many packages make use of this Sender: field instead of reply to:
 
So, is there any way to change the name of this field, like X-real-sender:
or something like that, or better get rid of this paranoid check, because
those who can tune-up TCP/IP connection under DOS are sure able to type
a message directly to port 25 of non-checking computer, if required...
and after all most of the hosts DO insert your IP and relevant  DNS info
in the header anyway.
 
Second question is that no matter what I write in Gateway configuration,
the resulting From: will be replaced by what is written in From: field of
the PMPOP, which is very inconvenient. Was it supposed to be so?
 
And last but not least. I have a feeling that PMPOP was abndoned by its
author...on the other hands PMAIL is practically the only normal mail
package for DOS, and there are a lot of us, DOS users around here. Will
there be an update? Even a paid one? Or if not may be there could be an
agreement to let someone else to take over the future development of this
program? At least for ESMTP fix....
 
Vlad Lissine

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