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Email application using Windows Sockets

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I’m trying to develop an email application using Windows Sockets instead of MAPI using Visual C++ 6. I try to send and receive email either using CSocket(MFC) or Windows API. How can I implement this?

And, how can I get the format and specification of email that I need to send and read?

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