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- From: "K.Kawaguchi" <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org, James Robertson <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 08 Feb 2000 12:18:16 +0900
> Either way, the e-mail side of things should
> be pretty standard, so I'm not sure what a
> custom component would really do for you ...
Yes, I agree with you that they are standardized. And as you've
mentioned, sending it is especially easy. There is no need of "custom"
Things are basically the same with receiver side. If there exists a good
POP3 component (with source), maybe I don't need a "custom" one, because
I can imagine only few XML-specific functionalities
But the problem is, I still cannot find such a POP3 component. And if
I implement it from the scratch, it could have a better interface by
sticking to the concept of "queue by e-mail".
Is there something wrong with this reasoning?