Projects / FreePOPs


FreePOPs is a POP3 server that is scriptable in LUA. This means that you can tailor it to your needs by writing a plugin. Plugins are currently implemented for using FreePOPs as an RSS aggregator, a POP3 forwarding server, and a POP3 interface to the webmail services of,,,,,,,, aol, hotmail, fastmail, mail2world, yahoo and many more (see the Web site for an exaustive list).

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  03 Jun 2007 12:23

    Release Notes: Some wrong assertions that were core-dumping freepops in some weird, but valid, states were fixed.

    •  13 May 2007 19:28

      Release Notes: With the 0.2.x branch, a new updating system has been integrated. A GUI for Win32 is also included.

      •  27 Oct 2005 23:27

        Release Notes: The plugins criticalpath.lua and fastmail.lua are now official and distributed with the software. The following plugins have been fixed and now work properly: libero.lua, yahoo.lua, gmail.lua, aol.lua, netscape.lua, tin.lua and hotmail.lua. Some new features have been added to the browser module, and some fixes to the C core have been deployed. The pristine tarball now compiles on Solaris, and the Debian package has been fixed to match the etch requirements.

        •  30 Jun 2005 22:32

          Release Notes: Some fixes for libero, mailcom, AOL, and Gmail plugins. mail2world.lua is now an official plugin. freepops.lua (the bootstrap script) has been properly documented, and the C bootstrap code has been rewritten and improved. The davmail plugin has been improved to handle

          •  10 Apr 2005 17:41

            Release Notes: The AOL and Hotmail plugins have been fixed.


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