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how_to:vpop3_access_security [2011/09/14 10:53]
paul [VPOP3 version 2.5 to 4.0]
how_to:vpop3_access_security [2018/11/14 10:45] (current)
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 To edit a rule, you can click on the rule, to add a rule, click on the **Add New Rule** text, or to remove a rule click on the **X** or waste bin to the left of the rule. To edit a rule, you can click on the rule, to add a rule, click on the **Add New Rule** text, or to remove a rule click on the **X** or waste bin to the left of the rule.
  
-When adding or editing a rule you can specify whether the rule applies to a single host, a subnet (specified in [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​CIDR_notation|CIDR format]], as <network address>/<​mask>,​ eg 192.168.0.0/​24) or all addresses. You can also specify whether the restriction ​block access (DENY) or allows access (ALLOW). ​+When adding or editing a rule you can specify whether the rule applies to a single host, a subnet (specified in [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​CIDR_notation|CIDR format]], as <network address>/<​mask>,​ eg 192.168.0.0/​24) or all addresses. You can also specify whether the restriction ​blocks ​access (DENY) or allows access (ALLOW). ​
  
 If the service requires authentication,​ then you can also specify which users can access it from these addresses (if you don't specify any users, then all users are allowed). Note that with SMTP, if the service is configured never to require authentication,​ then you cannot restrict by username, as VPOP3 can not know a username, unless authentication is used. If the service requires authentication,​ then you can also specify which users can access it from these addresses (if you don't specify any users, then all users are allowed). Note that with SMTP, if the service is configured never to require authentication,​ then you cannot restrict by username, as VPOP3 can not know a username, unless authentication is used.
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