Secure POP Mail Protocol

Protocol Description

The Secure Post Office Protocol (POP3S) is an encrypted protocol used by e-mail clients to retrieve mail from a remote server. The secure IMAP mail protocol is much more prevalent these days, but the POP3S protocol is still in use.

Full Name

Secure Post Office Protocol

Abbreviation

POPS

Known Ports

  • TCP 995 - Secure POP3 mail port.
  • TCP 110 - POP3 mail port.

Category

Mail

External Resources

Related Protocols

A list of related protocols is below. List of all protocols.
Category Name

Mail

IMAP Mail Details

Mail

Lotus Notes Details

Mail

POP Mail Details

Mail

SMTP Mail Details

Mail

Secure SMTP Mail Details

Mail

Secure IMAP Mail Details

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