Extract attachment using IMAP in C#.(using TcpClient, port 143)

Posted on 2007-07-25
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
Hi ,
    Can anybody send me the code for accessing a Pop Server using IMAP (TcpClient , port 143) and extracting mails from the inbox folder and also extract the attachment body and save as a file.

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    This are examples with a free component (Chilkat .NET for 2.0 Framework - free to download)

    Scan for Emails with Attachments and Save Attachments to Files

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