How to POP3 in C#

Introduction

This is the second in a series of articles on Internet programming with Microsoft's new C# programming language. In the first article, I wrote a simple SMTP class. In this article, I'm going to write a simple POP3 class. The SMTP class that I wrote was not very useful, except maybe as an exercise, as there already exists a similar SMTP class in the Web.Mail namespace of the .NET framework called SmtpMail. Our POP3 class in this article will be a little more useful as it doesn't already exist in the .NET framework. I have encountered many POP3 C# classes in my searches of the Internet and most were sufficient to begin programming email clients.

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