Message from discussion pine 4.10
From: Terry Gray <g...@cac.washington.edu>
Subject: Re: pine 4.10
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You can append :143 to the host name in order to bypass rsh/ssh on a
per-host basis. (I believe this is mentioned in the tech notes, but I
could be wrong.)
On Fri, 24 Sep 1999, Martin-Eric Racine wrote:
> On 24 Sep 1999, peter karlsson wrote:
> > >I never understood why would anyone even _need_ RSH to log into
> > >an IMAP server, in the first place. It works fine without it.
> > Because I easily can use ssh instead, to provide encryption?
> Which makes a whole lot more sense.
> However, usage of RSH should be user-configurable, in the main setup
> menu, without requiring to hack the .pinerc by hand. Anyhow, having
> it as a global setting poses problems and unnecessary timeouts, when
> some of the Incoming-folder hosts disable RSH, but others require it.