I don't think it really matters too much. The users domain is
controlled by their logon if you think you have to bind the POP to
different address for different domains. If you just need to restrict
it to one subnet for security reasons, you need to use IP Sec to close
the listening port on the undesired IP address.




Chris Bipes
Director of Information Services
CrossCheck, Inc.


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Subject: Binding the i5/os POP server to a particular address.

Anyone know how to bind the i5/os POP server to a particular address?
CHGPOPA nor iNav properties for POP had anything there.

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