Re: [Asrg] We don't need no stinkin IMAP or POP, was Adding a spam button to MUAs

John Levine <johnl@taugh.com> Sat, 06 February 2010 17:57 UTC

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>Pardon me since I haven't been paying complete attention, but is
>there any assumption that the mail store itself is the one that you'd
>be shipping these arf reports to?

No, the plan is that whoever manages the mailstore tells you where to
send the report, which might or might not have some connection to a
POP or IMAP server.  I expect that in many cases, a mail system might
outsource the report handling to an aggregator.

R's,
John