We provide POP3 and POP3 over SSL access to mail files. POP will download all mail off the server and to the local machine. Do not use POP if you want to be able to check mail from multiple locations. Your prefered mail server is the same as your file server. For more information, run my-mail-server
Our POP3 Servers only support POP3 and POP3 over SSL. We do not support APOP, KPOP (Kerberos IV & V), CRAM-MD5, and RPOP. We are aware that APOP and CRAM-MD5 are supported by our server but it is disabled by us for security reasons.
We provide IMAP and IMAP over SSL access to mail files. IMAP will appear as you are accessing your mail from the local disk from any location. It allows you to make folders and delete mail as needed while maintaing mail on the server. If you want to be able to check mail from multiple locations, use IMAP. Your prefered mail server is the same as your file server. For more information, run my-mail-server
Our IMAP Servers only support IMAP4 and IMAP4 over SSL. We do not support Kerberos IV & V, GSSAPI, OTP, or CRAM-MD5.
We provide several SMTP servers for use within the department. Your prefered mail server is the same as your file server. For more information, run my-mail-server. This will not work if you are outside the department, includes Wireless Ethernet. You should use your ISP SMTP server while at home. When traveling outside the cs department, you can utilize our mobile users mail option.
We plan on providing support for mobile users to access our mail servers by June 2001 through SMTP AUTH.
Please refer to this link for simple instructions on configuration.
We support three types of mailing lists. Sendmail lists, Majordomo lists, and Mailman lists.
We will be supporting Web based Email using SquirrelMail.