I am attempting to get POP3 user ID logging information. For troubleshooting purposes I need to know who is logging in and retrieving email. I am running the following under Fedora C2: psa 7.5.4-fc2 courier-imap 3.0.8-fc2 I am running the courier POP3 sever. I found a post somewhere that basically said to modify the following file: /etc/courier-imap/pop3d The line edit is as follows: From: ##NAME: DEBUG_LOGIN:0 DEBUG_LOGIN=0 To: ##NAME: DEBUG_LOGIN:0 DEBUG_LOGIN=1 On a system not running the POP3 server under xinetd the messages will appear in the maillog (/usr/local/psa/var/log/maillog). See sample below: Jul 9 12:52:33 servername pop3d: Connection, ip=[220.127.116.11] Jul 9 12:52:33 hs1 pop3d: LOGIN: DEBUG: ip=[18.104.22.168], command=USER Jul 9 12:52:33 hs1 pop3d: LOGIN: DEBUG: ip=[22.214.171.124], command=PASS Jul 9 12:52:33 hs1 pop3d: LOGIN: DEBUG: ip=[126.96.36.199], username=test1 Jul 9 12:52:33 hs1 pop3d: auth_psa: starting client module Jul 9 12:52:34 hs1 pop3d: IMAP connect from @ [188.8.131.52]DEBUG: auth_psa: ACCEPT, username test1 Jul 9 12:52:34 hs1 pop3d: LOGIN, user=test1, ip=[184.108.40.206] â€¦ On a system running the POP3 sever under xinetd I do not get the same results. The messages and information does not change to reflect the debug mode in the configuration file. Any help would be greatly appreciated.