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Re: POP Mail Plugin - Can't connect to socket 110

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Yes, it was a mistype; I also tried to bind it to port 112 just to see if there was something funky going on. It will not bind to port 110.

Yes, I did the change from port 110 to 112 in the /etc/services file and then restarted services. I also restarted the machine later on just to make sure it wasn't that.

Right now I have:
POP2 = port 109
POP3 = port 112
GPOP = port 110, I tried to bind it through the webpage; and through the actual POP3 setup file.

I have a feeling, I really don't know what I am doing. I read the instructions and tried to setup everything correct but right now I don't get any incoming mail at all. I am sure its in some configuration file that I will find sometime and then I will start to beat my head against my desk; again! LOL

Thanks in advance for any help,

Avery

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Thread POP Mail Plugin - Can't connect to socket 110 avery 3120 Aug 30, 2001, 10:55 PM
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