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Anyone know a good free POP3 component for .NET (VB)

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Hoping someone knows of a good .NET component that I can use to interrogate a POP3 mail server and automate the processing of emails received.

There are a couple of fee based offerings but i cannot find a free one.
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I use (not free but not expensive): http://lesnikowski.com/mail/
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great recommendation. turns out the free version is fully functional so was a good choice. works well.
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