Writing a POP/IMAP server

Posted on 2003-11-13
Last Modified: 2010-04-15
Can anybody plz give me some basic tips on how to go about writing a POP (Post Office Protocol ) or IMAP server ?

Question by:paragm78
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sunnycoder earned 20 total points
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Hi paragm78,

full source code


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g0rath earned 30 total points
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If your under windows then you can't use this file.

Here is the original source in something WinZip can's the same thing but without the potential security patches, local optimizations, etc....

i.e. original source

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