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MIME static library or source code

Posted on 1998-04-27
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I need a MIME decoder (and preferably encoder, though that's not totally necessary). I don't care exactly how it works, as long as it's usable with mail messages (POP3). Preferably source code, though a static library would also be accepted.
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Source 1:   http://www.fwb.gulf.net/~dwsauder/mimepp.html
            For object oriented stuff & some good links
Source 2:   http://www.air.co.jp/airmail/imap/imapsoft.htm
            See especially c-client & ipop2/ipop3 implementations
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