Secure POP Mail
Secure POP Mail Protocol
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.
Secure Post Office Protocol
- TCP 995 - Secure POP3 mail port.
- TCP 110 - POP3 mail port.
Related ProtocolsA list of related protocols is below. List of all protocols.
|Secure SMTP Mail||Details|
|Secure IMAP Mail||Details|
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