Consult with your network administrator, use a network analysis tool to see what goes over the wire and what connections are made. Maybe Mail::POP3Client has some hints on debugging?
Also consider the more verbose approach, also listed in the documentation:
$pop2 = new Mail::POP3Client( HOST => "pop3.otherdo.main" );
$pop2->User( "somebody" );
$pop2->Pass( "doublesecret" );
$pop2->Connect() >= 0 || die $pop2->Message();
That way, you get more information from ->Mesage() maybe.
I strongly recommend you start reading the documentation of the module and follow the practices outlined there.
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