|--help||Print short command line help.|
|Print version information.|
|-l FILE, --logfile FILE|
|Name of logfile (default: /var/log/popular/pcheckd)|
|-m DIR --mailboxdir DIR|
|Directory where all the mailboxes reside. There can be an arbitrary depth of subdirectories beneath this. All mailbox names sent by the client are relative to this directory.|
|-p PORT, --port PORT|
|UDP port to listen to.|
|-e LOAD, --emptyload LOAD|
|If the system load average over the last minute is LOAD or higher, a M request will be answered with 3 load too high. In this case pproxy will fake an empty mailbox.|
|-f NUM, --fork NUM|
|Fork NUM processes at start of pcheckd. The parent and all the children will answer requests. The parent doesnt count towards NUM, so there will be NUM+1 pcheckd processes.|
|-r DIR, --rundir DIR|
|Name of run directory. The pid file is saved into this directory. (default: /var/run/popular)|
|-h HOST, --host HOST|
|Host name or IP number to bind to. This might be needed if you have several IP numbers on one host. Default is to bind to INADDR_ANY (0.0.0.0), i.e. to listen to all interfaces.|
|Dont run as daemon in the background.|
|Enable debug logging. This will log all packets as they are received and sent.|
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The POPular suite is copyright (C) 1999-2002 by Jochen Topf email@example.com.
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