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Checking pop3 email with VB6

Posted on 2003-11-01
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I need a nice clean way to check email using VB6.  All I want it to do is go into the box and tell me how many messages are inside (i.e. "You have 4 new messages."

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File was corrupt.
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try downloading it again I downloaded it successfully
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