Bad Login problem with GNU ids-pop3d using JSPs with Javamail API
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Posted By:   Anonymous
Posted On:   Wednesday, April 4, 2001 01:57 PM

Hi! I'm developing a WAP/WEBMail with JSP's using the JavaMail API. My problem is that when I try to log in into my POP3 MailServer, its response is Bad Login. -ERR Bad Login I took a look at Tomcat's logs file and the username & password it's Okay. I try to do the log in process through a telnet session on my shell to port 110 with the same username & password and its response is a correct log in. +OK Maildrop ready My POP3 Mail Server is GNU ids-pop3d. Do I have to use a different POP3 provider?!? Has anyone suffered the same problem?!? Soft & Platform: MailServer - Linux 2.2.5-15 with GNU ids-pop3d & sendmail A   More>>

Hi!

I'm developing a WAP/WEBMail with JSP's using the JavaMail API.

My problem is that when I try to log in into my POP3 MailServer, its response is Bad Login.

-ERR Bad Login

I took a look at Tomcat's logs file and the username & password it's Okay.
I try to do the log in process through a telnet session on my shell to port 110 with the same username & password and its response is a correct log in.

+OK Maildrop ready

My POP3 Mail Server is GNU ids-pop3d.

Do I have to use a different POP3 provider?!? Has anyone suffered the same problem?!?

Soft & Platform:

MailServer - Linux 2.2.5-15 with GNU ids-pop3d & sendmail

ApplicationServer - Solaris 5.7 with jakarta-tomcat-3.2.1, j2se 1.3

Anyone knows another pop3 provider? either a way to debug this kind of problem?

Thanks in advance to any reply.

cfragoso@terra.es
Bye

P.D. Email me if further information about the code is needed

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Re: Bad Login problem with GNU ids-pop3d using JSPs with Javamail API

Posted By:   Anonymous  
Posted On:   Tuesday, May 1, 2001 01:16 PM

I've found the solution myself.



The POP3 Provider that is provided
by Sun doesn't work properly with
my ids-pop3d pop3 mail server.



The solution resides into using another
pop3 provider
developed by third
parties.



I'm still choosing which one best suits
my application, for instance Poppers
Javamail POP3 Provider
is quite good.
It works with my pop3 mail server but
the only drawback is that everytime you
get the content from a message it dumps the content to a file on the folder
where my application is running.



If anyone has got a POP3 Provider
listing, don't mind to post the URL
here for future references.



Regards,

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