Stealth E-Mail to the Rescue

How to use stealth e-mail with dynamic DNS and a Treo 650 smart phone.
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IMAP Server

slot0k's picture

You may want to take a look at dovecot instead of UW-imap.

http://www.dovecot.org

Re: IMAP Server

pzi123's picture

Looking at the http://www.dovecot.org/...

Looks like quality software. Thanks for the info.

-Peter

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Other ways too

andrewheald's picture

Thanks for some great Treo 650 information. I've just recently acquired one and will be getting it hooked up with Linux soon.

I thought I'd also put in a mention for the excellent combination of Apache, OpenSSL and SquirrelMail. I've worked behind some very security conscious firewall/proxy combos recently. These have always so far at least allowed access to my home webmail directly from the office PC's browser. Owning a domain name and having a fixed IP address also helps with this I'm sure.

Andrew.

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