minimum poptimeout value to high in case of client connection
ken at oceana.com
Thu Jun 24 08:14:33 EDT 2004
Carsten Hoeger wrote:
> on a setup with lots of roaming users, the following happens frequently:
> - users are logging in using pop3
> - users connection breaks down or
> users client breaks down (so the tcp session is not terminated)
> - user tries to login again
> - mailbox of user is locked for poptimeout minutes
> 10 minutes is a very long time to wait to be able to access mail again.
> Is there a specific reason, why this minimum is that high?
RFC 1939 Section 3 (last paragraph). As far as the server is concerned,
the client is still connected, so the autologout timer is stillin effect.
Kenneth Murchison Oceana Matrix Ltd.
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