2.3.8 traditional murder POP3 proxy

Shawn Nock nock at email.arizona.edu
Thu Sep 18 22:42:56 EDT 2008

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I followed the recent thread about this, and I agree. Looking back on
this thread there has been very little traffic since your last post.
I'll streamline application of this patch to our systems.

Thanks for the heads up,

Wesley Craig wrote:
| 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 connection
|> 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 doubt
|> seriously that resolving this question will do anything to ease the
|> symptoms of this bug in outlook).
| This sounds a lot like:
|     http://bugzilla.andrew.cmu.edu/show_bug.cgi?id=3066
| Not so much like an outlook bug.
| :wes

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