2.3.8 traditional murder POP3 proxy
wes at umich.edu
Thu Sep 18 20:51:33 EDT 2008
On 04 Oct 2007, at 19:37, Shawn Nock wrote:
> 1. Looking at the code, if the client side of bitpipe is closed... I
> can't see a scenario where the backend of the bitpipe is kept
> alive. The
> clean up code seems pretty much bullet proof, yet the behavior I am
> seeing is that the client side of bitppipe is closed and the
> to the backend is left open until POP3 timeout (what I see is pop3d on
> the backend waiting on select(). What could cause this? (*note* I
> seriously that resolving this question will do anything to ease the
> symptoms of this bug in outlook).
This sounds a lot like:
Not so much like an outlook bug.
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