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    pop server?

    Hey friends is any body know that Where can we find a free POP server?

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    In the absence of information as to your needs, what mail server, if any, you are presently running, etc., you might begin with the list at POP: Server implementations.

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    I thought he was looking for one of these -

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    Does anyone still make those?

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    They actually have this thing on TV nowadays where you can buy your own machine that carbonates water from the faucet, so now you can do it at home and leave the guy with the bad bow tie at home haha

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    Google applications can give you free pop3 access for any domain name which will allows to receive (read) emails, is that what you need?

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    Quote Originally Posted by qdb View Post
    Google applications can give you free pop3 access for any domain name which will allows to receive (read) emails, is that what you need?
    The OP is looking for a POP server, not an application that contains a POP client.

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    it's not a pop client, it's a pop service (server) but it's managed by google.
    my guess is that the OP want to use some domain name he has and use it for email purposes, which is why i suggested Google apps.
    if im interpreting the OP wrong, my apologies.

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    A POP client provides for receiving e-mails from a POP server.

    While Google's Gmail/Apps includes both the server and the client, it works only on Google's servers. It does not provide a server module that can be added to your own e-mail server.

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    Is it for Microsoft Windows or Linux? If it is Linux I recommend qmail which is free

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