You write, "so that the client [...] can connect to pop3.localhost [...] and
mail will be collected from the external pop3 box". This sounds like simple
Why should SOAP be able to help with a network proxy?
What do you really want to achive? One of the following?
* Localhost stores messages from remote server
* Localhost proxies requests on to remote server
You may need to ask yourself what would be gained from having local clients
reference your localhost instead of the remote server.
Chris Davies, Manheim Online
Tel. 0113 393-2004 Fax. 0870 444-0482. Mobile 07778 199069
From: ncannings [mailto:ncannings@...
Sent: Friday, May 24, 2002 6:42 PM
Subject: [soaplite] Local POP3 server
I coud be barking up the wrong tree here, but I am trying to use SOAP
to create a local POP3 proxy to filter mail from an external POP3
server ie so that that the client email program can connect to
pop3.localhost (for example), and mail will be collected from the
external POP3 box
I have been using HTTP::Daemon to set up local services, but was
wondering if and how this can be applied to a POP proxy
Thanks for any help that you can offer
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