On Thu, 23 Mar 2017 00:46:53 -0000, Larry Hynes said:
Does the following actually make sense? (I have my doubts.)
The password for POP service when the -sasl switch is used
with one of these programs is the login name on the local
To the extent that it makes sense, it's *wrong*. It doesn't use your
login name as the POP password.
What it does is take the -user value (or login name if -user not passed),
and use that to look up a line in .netrc.
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