C# Imap and Pop3 Library
These are text-based services… it’s not that hard, and yet all the projects I found out there were nasty—bloated and severely error prone. So, I rebuilt one. This is based heavily on xemail-net. I simplified it quite a bit—created standard methods for repeated code blocks and implemented a base class to simplify the creation of the Pop3 client.
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