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Read Email by IMAP with C#

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I'm trying to build a webpage that will pull email from several of my email accounts using C# but having some trouble getting sample code. Does anyone know of any good examples that dont use controls prebuilt controls. I dont want to pay for controls or rely on 'joe smiths' plug in collection.

I have no problem building and tweaking the collection of classes and code myself once I know what i'm doing.
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This would probably be of interest to you:  http://interimap.codeplex.com/
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