[apps-discuss] New draft at MORG: POP3 LIST+ Extension

Steffen Lehmann <lehmann@strato-rz.de> Thu, 03 February 2011 15:27 UTC

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there is a new draft at
describing the "POP3 LIST+ Extension".

Although it is related to POP3 instead of IMAP, I have put it into MORG,
because MORG's goals are fitting best.

Comments and suggestions are solicited.