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Re: Supported platform inquiry

From: Alain Magloire
Subject: Re: Supported platform inquiry
Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 22:24:57 -0400 (EDT)

> On Tue, Sep 24, 2002 at 10:26:51AM -0400, Baculio, Marlon wrote:
> > Gee, that was my first post and the reply was lightning fast :-)
> > awesome.
> Hmm..  Note to self: Lower expectations of newcommers... =)


> > The way it looks now, I might extract the POP3/IMAP4/RFC822
> > capabilities from mailutils and port it to Windows (hopefully that's
> > easy, i imagine sockets and streams to be always portable).
> Sure.  If there's reasonable changes that you want to flow back into
> mailutils, please send them on.  If the changes are quite large, we'll
> have to get you to fill out an assignment form.
> The advantage of getting portability changes directly into mailutils
> is that you can keep up to date with any future development.

I started libmapi.a and libcmc.a libraries (see under CVS
mailutils/mapi and mailutils/cmc), found the
docs put the stubs in but no implementations.
Wanted to wait for the next version of mailutils(mailutils2 ?) before
but if times permit could start the implementation with mailutils
Sergey been stabilizing the code so .. maybe.

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