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  2. SquirrelMail - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SquirrelMail

    SquirrelMail is a project that aims to provide both a web-based email client and a proxy server for the IMAP protocol. The latest stable version 1.4.23-svn is tested with PHP up to version 8.1 and replaces version 1.4.22 which can only run on PHP version 5.0-5.4.

  3. Talk:SquirrelMail - Wikipedia

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    SquirrelMail is the main email program used by students at University College London (one of the world's leading research institutions) [url] http://www.ucl.ac.uk/isd/common/mail/squirrelmail [/url]. Actually most institutions in the UK's Russell Group use SquirrelMail for students. Tedickey, maybe a quick Google might display the notability.

  4. History of email - Wikipedia

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    IBM developed a primitive in-house solution for office automation over the period 1970–1972, and replaced it with OFS (Office System), proving mail transfer between individuals, in 1974. This system developed into IBM Profs, which was available on request to customers before being released commercially in 1981.

  5. Post Office Protocol - Wikipedia

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    S: +OK dewey POP3 server signing off (maildrop empty)C: <close connection> S: <wait for next connection> POP3 servers without the optional APOP command expect the client to log in with the USER and PASS commands: C: USER mrose S: +OK User acceptedC: PASS tanstaaf S: +OK Pass accepted Server implementations[edit] Apache James

  6. cc:Mail - Wikipedia

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    The cc:Mail application is installed on the user desktops. It provides a user interface, and reads and writes to the post office files directly in order to send, access, and manage email messages. This arrangement is called a "shared-file mail system" (which was also implemented later in competing products such as Microsoft Mail ).

  7. When using POP, clients typically connect to the e-mail server briefly, only as long as it takes to download new messages. When using IMAP4, clients often stay connected as long as the user interface is active and download message content on demand. For users with many or large messages, this IMAP4 usage pattern can result in faster response times.

  8. Geary (e-mail client) - Wikipedia

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    Geary internally uses an SQLitedatabase to store a local copy of emails and for indexing. It uses a fully asynchronous GObject-based IMAP client library. One feature that distinguishes Geary from other open source email clients is its focus on the conversation view. Both Geary and Pantheon Mail are using gettextfor translations. [8]