Re: POP3 behavior on broken tcp connection

Steve Dorner <sdorner@qualcomm.com> Mon, 06 June 1994 18:16 UTC

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From: Steve Dorner <sdorner@qualcomm.com>
Subject: Re: POP3 behavior on broken tcp connection

At 12:01 PM 6/6/94, John Gardiner Myers wrote:
>POP3 servers do not enter UPDATE state unless there is an explicit
>client-issued QUIT command.
>
>Consensus on this issue is contingent on UIDL being added to the spec
>as an optional command.

I entirely support this.

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