hi guys
newbie here
trying to create my own webmail pop3 checker for my site but cant find a tutorial. any chance any of u know the basic commands or know atutorial

cheers,
noojam55 :cry:

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Look here for a total overview of a winsock control tutorial and here for a sample of a mail checker application

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SquirrelMail is a very nice open source, PHP-based webmail client. While I can't point you in the direction of a tutorial unfortunately, perhaps checking out their code will give you some ideas? http://sourceforge.net/projects/squirrelmail/

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Look here for a total overview of a winsock control tutorial and here for a sample of a mail checker application

thanks was after PHP one actually - sorry for confusment

SquirrelMail is a very nice open source, PHP-based webmail client. While I can't point you in the direction of a tutorial unfortunately, perhaps checking out their code will give you some ideas? http://sourceforge.net/projects/squirrelmail/

Hello,

Second kudos for SquirrelMail. It was easy for me to setup. Had to tweek my services on the linux box a bit to accept imap connectivity, but it works for me. Web interface has a lot of customizations too, such as colors and how often it should check the email box. Was impressed.

Christian

Accessing and sending commands to a pop account was one of the most difficult things I have done in PHP. There is an object out there that I found that did most of the hard work for me, but even using that object got hairy at times.

Try these resources to see where they lead you
http://www.php.net/imap
http://www.phpbuilder.com/manual/ref.imap.php

Good luck, when I tried this a few years back I got a migraine after a few days of bad programming and grabbed an out of the box solution.

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I know wat u talk but hard to find solution

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