Re: POP3 protocol question

Chris Newman <chrisn+@cmu.edu> Mon, 10 October 1994 17:00 UTC

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 yjc@po.cwru.edu (Jerome Chan) writes:
> Is there a POP3 extension that allows one to _send_ mail? An RFC maybe? A
> hint?

RFC-821 (SMTP) allows one to _send_ mail.  POP3 has no reason to
duplicate this functionality.

		- Chris