The password for POP service when the -sasl switch is used
with one of these programs is the login name on the local
So won't that last paragraph bite Norm? I think he might need his
.mh_profile to have
Alright, I stared at the code. David can chime up, but I believe what
"legacy" does (the default) is two things:
- It will ONLY look for a .netrc in your home directory.
- The default username, if one is not supplied, is your local username.
So if you specify a -user on the command line and just use a .netrc
in your home directory, you should be fine without a "credentials" entry.