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Looks like either (a) tcpwrappers is preventing access or (b) pop3d
isn't where inetd expects to find it. I'd go for (a) for a bet.
Check /etc/hosts.allow and /etc/hosts.deny.
>>>>> "Sunil" == Sunil Dhaka <lindel@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
Sunil> Hi Raju, Raju Mathur wrote:
>> What does the following command display?
Sunil> $ telnet 0 110 Trying 0.0.0.0 Connected to 0. Escape
Sunil> character is '^]'. Connection closed by foreign host. ( I
Sunil> did not give any quit or any other command) $
>> If it doesn't give you a POP3 prompt, check /var/log/messages
>> for error messages from inetd.
Sunil> No errors from inetd in messages
Sunil> Sunil Dhaka In quest of Linux enlightenment!