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Please can anyone inform me of a tutorial out there that shows me how to build an email system which I can retrieve emails using the POP3 using .net c# v3.  I can send emails but I want to make a system that retrieves emails also i.e. an inbox.  I know this is possible but I cannot find an upto date tutorial for this.  

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