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popcv(8)						      System Manager's Manual							  popcv(8)

NAME
popcv - Migrate passwords from the /var/spool/pop/POP file to the mailauth database SYNOPSIS
/usr/bin/popcv [location] DESCRIPTION
The popcv utility gives system administrators the ability to migrate passwords from the /var/spool/pop/POP file to the mailauth database. Once the passwords are in the mailauth database, use the mailauth utility to administer the database. Use the location parameter to provide the full PATH for the POP file. If the location parameter is not specified, a check is made in the /etc/passwd file for a pop entry. If an entry exists and if a POP file is found in the $HOME directory for the pop user, then that file is used. If no file is found, the default location of /var/spool/pop is checked. When the POP file is found, the passwords are migrated to the mailauth database as POP passwords. If the mailauth database has not been initialized or converted from previous versions, the system administrator is prompted to use the mailauth utility. SEE ALSO
Commands: mailauth(8) Files: pop(4) popcv(8)

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Regexp::Common::URI::pop(3)				User Contributed Perl Documentation			       Regexp::Common::URI::pop(3)

NAME
Regexp::Common::URI::pop -- Returns a pattern for POP URIs. SYNOPSIS
use Regexp::Common qw /URI/; while (<>) { /$RE{URI}{POP}/ and print "Contains a POP URI. "; } DESCRIPTION
$RE{URI}{POP} Returns a pattern that matches POP URIs, as defined by RFC 2384. POP URIs have the form: "pop:" "//" [ user [ ";AUTH" ( "*" | auth_type ) ] "@" ] host [ ":" port ] Under "{-keep}", the following are returned: $1 The complete URI. $2 The scheme. $3 The user, if given. $4 The authentication type, if given (could be a *). $5 The host. $6 The port, if given. REFERENCES
[RFC 2384] Gellens, R.: POP URL Scheme. August 1998. SEE ALSO
Regexp::Common::URI for other supported URIs. AUTHOR
Abigail. (regexp-common@abigail.be). BUGS AND IRRITATIONS
Bound to be plenty. LICENSE and COPYRIGHT This software is Copyright (c) 2001 - 2009, Damian Conway and Abigail. This module is free software, and maybe used under any of the following licenses: 1) The Perl Artistic License. See the file COPYRIGHT.AL. 2) The Perl Artistic License 2.0. See the file COPYRIGHT.AL2. 3) The BSD Licence. See the file COPYRIGHT.BSD. 4) The MIT Licence. See the file COPYRIGHT.MIT. perl v5.16.2 2010-02-23 Regexp::Common::URI::pop(3)
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