Re: Internet Draft for flexible proxying of the mail protocols

"Lee Thompson" <lt@seattlelab.com> Thu, 28 September 2000 21:06 UTC

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From: "Lee Thompson" <lt@seattlelab.com>
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Subject: Re: Internet Draft for flexible proxying of the mail protocols
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> For POP, the protocol is arguably dying in favor of IMAP4.

Here's your argument :)

I wouldn't say POP3 is dying.   At least not from where I sit.    Most ISPs
appear to not want to be message stores for people either.  (Large
corporations and Universities, I'm sure, love IMAP.)


My Two Cents anyway



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