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Re: books or material on mail protocols
From: John R. Morris (jrmorrisnerdality.com)
Date: Thu Feb 10 2005 - 21:01:21 CST
Mads Rasmussen wrote:
> I searched amazon for books on mail protocols such as pop2/3, imap3/4
> and smtp but wasn't able to find anything interesting, like code
> What puzzles me are the mime encodings and if it's possible to write
> back to an imap server, you read the message, modify the body and
> write the changed message back to the imap server.
> I know the source are the RFCs on each protocol, that's fine to
> understand the protocol, but how do you implement it in win2k, 2k3,
> Could anyone help out?
> Thanks for the info on sql injection!!
Well, for the Unix/Linux side try:
Sendmail (The infamous bat book)
Programming Internet E-Mail
All by O'Reilly
I am sure there are others, including ones covering IIS/SMTP on Windows,
Exchange (ewww) on Windows, etc. I am very surprised your search didn't
turn anything up...