Re: [Asrg] Adding a spam button to MUAs

Michael Thomas <mike@mtcc.com> Wed, 03 February 2010 17:15 UTC

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Subject: Re: [Asrg] Adding a spam button to MUAs
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On 02/03/2010 08:52 AM, Steve Atkins wrote:
> (This all is predicated on supporting POP3, as there's lots of ways to do this via IMAP, but I think that's a given.)

Would it really be such a sin to just pretend that POP3 doesn't exist/matter? It
is a pretty primitive mechanism, after all. Not everything needs to be a 100% solution
to be useful.

Mike