in reply to
POP access with SSL and non standard ports.
or if you not bound to Net::POP3 you could just use Mail::POP3Client and its socket method to set the socket to an IO::Socket::SSL-Socket.
Priority 1, Priority 2, Priority 3
Priority 1, Priority 0, Priority -1
Urgent, important, favour
Data loss, bug, enhancement
Out of scope, out of budget, out of line
Family, friends, work
Impossible, inconceivable, implemented
Results (265 votes),