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

David Bienvenu <bienvenu@davidbienvenu.org> Wed, 09 February 2011 21:44 UTC

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Subject: Re: [MORG] [apps-discuss] New draft at MORG: POP3 LIST+ Extension
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On 2/9/2011 8:45 AM, Barry Leiba wrote:
> I'd feel much better if we saw a bunch of client and server
> implementors post here and say that they'd implement this soon, if it
> were standardized.  In particular, on the client side, unless this is
> implemented in Outlook, Thunderbird, and Apple Mail (all three), I
> think it's swimming upstream.
I've told Steffen that I'd be interesting in either adding support for this to Thunderbird, or helping someone else add it, since it should be relatively easy to add. 
Condstore-like capability would also be easy to add.

We still have a lot of POP3 users, despite our IMAP bias.

- David