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Re: timer restrictions



Every 5 seconds?  Wow!  Now that's anal . . . .  ;->

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On Mon, 1 Feb 1999, Christopher McCrory wrote:

> Hello...
> 
> 	I had a problem user today.  For some reason he decided to pop his mail
> every 5 seconds for a while.  This caused inetd to shut off pop for 15
> minutes (failing looping...).  Has anyone done any "time between
> invocations" modules.  i.e.  max connects=10 per hour, etc.  With
> ipop3d, AFAIK,  one reject will show the client down.   Yes, no, maybe? 
> This might be my new project...
> 
> 
>  
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> Christopher McCrory
> Lead Bithead, Netus Inc.
> chrismcc@netus.com
> admin@netus.com
> 
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