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Writing a pop3 client in vb6

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Is there a publicly available library for accessing the pop3 protocol in vb6?  Is there a dll available, or can it be written in vb6?
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Or just look up the RFC.  The pop3 protocol is INCREDIBLY simple.  I didn't realize just HOW simple until I had to mess with it myself the other day.

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