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I have tried the last several version of Winroute 6.x, including the new 6.0.11, and I have experienced the same issue in each one: when LAN clients poll POP3 email accounts or send mail via SMTP, the computer running Winroute starts connection after connection to the POP and/or SMTP server.

The net result is that the servers block access due to too many connections and the connections continue to build up until the limit is reached.

This happens regardless of whether I use the Wizard to built the traffic rules or if I build them on my own. Bottom line, I cannot find an explanation for this behavior and it results in me taking Winroute back off the system.

Anyone shed some light on this issue?

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i am ezperiencing the same problem. the slight difference is that it only happens with pop3 connections, allowing smtp. the only way to figure this problem out for now is turninig protocol inspector off for pop3 service, but this makes no sense is terms of security. so i would be very gratefull if tell the way to make things work.
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