Serving Mailboxes

  • Dave Sill


Simple mail transfer protocol (SMTP) transfers mail between servers and sends (injects) new messages, but it’s not well suited to client systems that want to retrieve mail because it wasn’t designed for that. Two protocols designed to allow clients to access and retrieve mail remotely are the Post Office Protocol (POP) and the Internet Mail Access Protocol (IMAP).


Access Database Configuration File POP3 Service Authentication Exchange Incomplete Type 
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© Dave Sill 2002

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