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reading emails with attachments with POP3 using C#

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I'm looking for some examples or tutorials on getting email from a POP3 server using C#, specifically, getting attachments (e.g. a PDF file).  Can anyone give me any suggestions?

I have a program that will read in emails, but it doesn't take into consideration any attachments.

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Keyboardman
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Hi keyboardman

Normally, attachments in email have been encrypt with Base64 algorithm. This link is a good example for you.
http://codeproject.com/csharp/despop3client.asp
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Thanks melodiesoflife!

That's exactly what I was looking for!
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