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POP3 and Large Mail Boxes.

Jim Nance writes in with this inquiry: "I have had problems with the Washington University pop servers because they load a users entire mailbox into memory when they are run. This is the pits when someone tries to mail themselves a 250M file. I would like to know what other pop-3 servers exist for Linux, and how they perform with large mail boxes."
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POP3 and Large Mail Boxes.

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