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POP3, access & handle with PHP

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I wrote some classes for easy handling of POP3-mailboxes with PHP.
Because I think others will benefit from them also, I'd like to notify
their exist here. I know they're not PEAR, but I think they work
rather well - no support for APOP- or MD5-authorisation though.

http://www.disconova.com/open_source...tml#example002

If you find any bugs, please let me know. Also I'd be interested in
hearing what people like these classes.

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Markku Uttula

Jul 17 '05 #1
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That class especially was a very interesting read. There was a really
good article on Devshed last year I think about this topic. For sending
email, I am in love with phpmailer which works like a dream. I will be
programming a mailing list anti-bounce feature in the coming months so
I will learn from your techniques. The code is nicely laid out, with
the exeption of the short tag opening, which my parser had a hissy-fit
about :D

Cheers,
- Dan Morris

Jul 17 '05 #2

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Hi,

as you know I tested your class since yersteday.
And it works fine!
You know that I had so many problems with Net_POP3 from PEAR.
They disappear with your class!!
I will confirm that next week on this forum

Merci beaucoup!

Rod
"Markku Uttula" <ma***********@disconova.com> a écrit dans le message de
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I wrote some classes for easy handling of POP3-mailboxes with PHP. Because
I think others will benefit from them also, I'd like to notify their exist
here. I know they're not PEAR, but I think they work rather well - no
support for APOP- or MD5-authorisation though.

http://www.disconova.com/open_source...tml#example002

If you find any bugs, please let me know. Also I'd be interested in
hearing what people like these classes.

--
Markku Uttula

Jul 17 '05 #3

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