|Subject:||Trap Outbound POP3 Connections|
|Posted by:||Sean Kornish (sean.korni…@barclays.com)|
|Date:||Wed, 11 Apr 2007|
Is it possible to trap all outgoing POP3 traffic (using default port 25) and redirect it to a local POP3 server?
I'm wanting to catch outgoing emails on my machine (regardless of which POP3 server the email is using) and redirect them to a locally running POP3 server. Then, the local POP3 server will modify the message and send it to the original destination.
What do you think?