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I am thinking about developing a a web based e-mail C++ program for my Linux RH 7.0 Web Server...

Can anyone point me in the right direction to get this started, some source code, or a tutorial on how to communicate with POP and SMTP servers...

a prime example of what I would like to do is
www.mollymail.com

Thanks for the help
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There is URL for POP3 and SMTP protokol.
http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1939.html
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You asked for C++ but why not use PHP for this. PHP as Apache module is likely more effecient then a cgi written in C++.
There are plenty of existing WebMail interfaces written in PHP on http://sourceforge.net/
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