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  RFC 1939 (rfc1939) - Post Office Protocol - Version 3
POP3 is not intended to provide extensive manipulation operations of mail on the server; normally, mail is downloaded and then deleted.
Once the POP3 server has determined through the use of any authentication command that the client should be given access to the appropriate maildrop, the POP3 server then acquires an exclusive- access lock on the maildrop, as necessary to prevent messages from being modified or removed before the session enters the UPDATE state.
Although primarily a minor revision to RFC 1460, POP3 is based on the ideas presented in RFCs 918, 937, and 1081.
www.faqs.org /rfcs/rfc1939.html   (5146 words)

  
 RFC 1725 (rfc1725) - Post Office Protocol - Version 3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
When the client issues the PASS command, the POP3 server uses the argument pair from the USER and PASS commands to determine if the client should be given access to the appropriate maildrop.
After the initial +OK, the POP3 server sends the headers of the message, the blank line separating the headers from the body, and then the number of lines indicated message's body, being careful to byte-stuff the termination character (as with all multi- line responses).
Accordingly, a POP3 server which implements both the PASS and APOP commands must not allow both methods of access for a given user; that is, for a given "USER name" either the PASS or APOP command is allowed, but not both.
www.faqs.org /rfcs/rfc1725.html   (3827 words)

  
 RFC1939   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
RFC 1939 POP3 May 1996 maildrop, or the maildrop cannot be parsed), the POP3 server responds with a negative status indicator.
RFC 1939 POP3 May 1996 this specification is intended to permit unique-ids to be calculated as a hash of the message.
RFC 1939 POP3 May 1996 IMAP, such as polling an existing connection for newly arrived messages and supporting multiple folders on the server, are not present in POP3.
rfc.net /rfc1939.html   (5222 words)

  
 RFC 1725 (rfc1725)
The client and POP3 server then exchange commands and responses Myers & Rose [Page 2] RFC 1725 POP3 November 1994 (respectively) until the connection is closed or aborted.
Here are the POP3 commands valid in the TRANSACTION state: STAT Arguments: none Restrictions: may only be given in the TRANSACTION state Myers & Rose [Page 6] RFC 1725 POP3 November 1994 Discussion: The POP3 server issues a positive response with a line containing information for the maildrop.
After the initial +OK, the POP3 server sends the headers of the message, the blank Myers & Rose [Page 11] RFC 1725 POP3 November 1994 line separating the headers from the body, and then the number of lines indicated message's body, being careful to byte-stuff the termination character (as with all multi- line responses).
www.cse.ohio-state.edu /cgi-bin/rfc/rfc1725.html   (3756 words)

  
 RFC 1939 (rfc1939)
Myers & Rose Standards Track [Page 5] RFC 1939 POP3 May 1996 Here are the POP3 commands valid in the TRANSACTION state: STAT Arguments: none Restrictions: may only be given in the TRANSACTION state Discussion: The POP3 server issues a positive response with a line containing information for the maildrop.
Of course the other capabilities of Myers & Rose Standards Track [Page 16] RFC 1939 POP3 May 1996 IMAP, such as polling an existing connection for newly arrived messages and supporting multiple folders on the server, are not present in POP3.
This could be implemented in POP3 server Myers & Rose Standards Track [Page 17] RFC 1939 POP3 May 1996 software by the following mechanism: "following a POP3 login by a client which was ended by a QUIT, delete all messages downloaded during the session with the RETR command".
www.cse.ohio-state.edu /cgi-bin/rfc/rfc1939.html   (4917 words)

  
 1.0 - An RFC 1939 compliant PHP wrapper to the POP3 protocol
class.POP3.php3 is a wrapper to the POP3 protocol, as specified by RFC 1939.
Sends the POP3 STAT command with no arguments, which returns a 2 element array containing the total number of undeleted messages in the mailbox, and the size of the mailbox in octets.
This message recovery is implemented by the POP3 server and per RFC 1939 there's no way to override that unless you send the QUIT command.
www.thewebmasters.net /php/POP3.phtml   (1932 words)

  
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If the POP3 server responds with a positive success indicator ("+OK"), then the client may issue either the PASS command to complete the authorization, or the QUIT command to terminate the POP3 session.
The login shell Rose [Page 14] RFC 1081 POP3 November 1988 for this pseudo-user is a program which drives the other half of the terminal protocol and communicates with one of two servers.
After the QUIT command is given to the POP3 server and it terminates, the login shell for the pseudo-user terminates the terminal protocol and logs the job out.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc1081.txt?number=1081   (3609 words)

  
 Free POP3 Mail Services
POP3 email services give you mailbox space on a server, from where you can retrieve your email using an email client such as Outlook Express or Eudora.
Includes POP3 and IMAP access to email, outgoing SMTP, anti-virus protection and spam filtering, tools for managing and consolidating your existing email accounts, and more.
Free POP3 email service with a generous 15MB of storage and a 15MB per-email limit, in 12 different languages.
www.emailaddresses.com /email_pop.htm   (792 words)

  
 RFC 1939   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
If an argument was given and the POP3 server issues a positive response with a line containing information for that message.
The POP3 server removes all messages marked as deleted from the maildrop and replies as to the status of this operation.
S: POP3 server sends the headers of the message, a blank line, and the first 10 lines of the body of the message> S:.
asg.web.cmu.edu /rfc/rfc1939.html   (5067 words)

  
 11.9 poplib -- POP3 protocol client
Note that POP3, though widely supported, is obsolescent.
The implementation quality of POP3 servers varies widely, and too many are quite poor.
is omitted, the standard POP3 port (110) is used.
www.python.org /doc/current/lib/module-poplib.html   (201 words)

  
 Howstuffworks "How Email Works"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Once you have logged in, the POP3 server opens your text file and allows you to access it.
Your e-mail client connects to the POP3 server and issues a series of commands to bring copies of your e-mail messages to your local machine.
You can see that the POP3 server simply acts as an interface between the e-mail client and the text file containing your messages.
computer.howstuffworks.com /email6.htm   (255 words)

  
 RFC 1225 Post Office Protocol - Version 3
The Post Office Protocol - Version 3 (POP3) is intended to Rose [Page 1] RFC 1225 POP3 May 1991 permit a workstation to dynamically access a maildrop on a server host in a useful fashion.
If the lock is successfully acquired, the POP3 server parses the maildrop into individual messages (read note below), Rose [Page 3] RFC 1225 POP3 May 1991 determines the last message (if any) present in the maildrop that was referenced by the RETR command, and responds with a positive success indicator.
The login shell Rose [Page 14] RFC 1225 POP3 May 1991 for this pseudo-user is a program which drives the other half of the terminal protocol and communicates with one of two servers.
www.island-resort.com /rfc-1225.htm   (3672 words)

  
 POP3 : USA Email : Free Email Providers : FEPG.net
POP3 accounts may also be viewed on the web using a "Reader." Note: Many web-based and non-USA providers also offer POP3 accessibility.
Note: Many POP3 providers use a feature called "POP before SMTP" which requires that a person fist log in via POP before they are allowed to send through the SMTP server.
Links to other websites are provided as a convenience and the Free Email Providers Guide is not responsible for the content, which is the sole responsibility of the website.
www.fepg.net /pop3.html   (217 words)

  
 [No title]
For example, on a UNIX implementation in which a separate UNIX process is used for each instance of a POP3 server, the syntax of the timestamp might be:
where `process-ID' is the decimal value of the process's PID, clock is the decimal value of the system clock, and hostname is the fully-qualified domain-name corresponding to the host where the POP3 server is running.
C: APOP mrose c4c9334bac560ecc979e58001b3e22fb S: +OK maildrop has 1 message (369 octets) In this example, the shared secret is the string `tan- staaf'.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc1939.txt   (4917 words)

  
 checkpw-pop3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
checkpw-pop3 is a checkpassword compatible program that authenticates against a POP3 server.
It is useful when one needs to use SMTP AUTH with an SMTP server that cannot directly access the POP3 server or user account database.
Of course, the best way to test it is to try authenticating against a real POP3 server with a valid (or invalid) username and password.
david.acz.org /checkpw-pop3.html   (171 words)

  
 POP3 Mail Central
Our POP3 Email accounts are completely portable in that any POP3 mail client such as Outlook, Eudora or Incredimail can access them.
We also provide Web Mail access which allows our clients to be able to access their POP3 mail from anywhere there is a internet connection.
Since POP3 Mail Centrals POP3 email accounts are ISP independent our clients are free to change ISP's as often as they wish and keep the same email address.
www.p3mc.com   (251 words)

  
 Pop3 Software at FilesLand   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
This means that a news server account works the same as Exchange Server or POP3 account, support remote headers and it is managed in Send/Receive menu.
It can log the server's performance, generate real-time reports, and notify you upon detection of problem or error.
It supports SMTP and POP3, supports an unlimited amount of email addresses, domains, groups and mailing lists.
www.filesland.com /software/pop3.html   (392 words)

  
 RFC 1939 - Post Office Protocol - Version 3. J. Myers, M. Rose.
The POP3 server then replies Myers and Rose Standards Track [Page 9]
The `digest' parameter is calculated by applying the MD5 algorithm [RFC1321] to a string consisting of the timestamp (including angle-brackets) followed by a shared Myers and Rose Standards Track [Page 15]
Of course the other capabilities of Myers and Rose Standards Track [Page 16]
rfc.sunsite.dk /rfc/rfc1939.html   (5265 words)

  
 HotPOP: Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
You knew it was out there, you've been hoping, searching, and now you've found it!
We offer FREE POP3 accessible email addresses with many features you just can't find anywhere else.
In addition to our commitment to quality, speed, and reliability, we offer accounts featuring:
www.hotpop.com   (349 words)

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