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[영문] pop3

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목차

1. Introduction
2. A Short Digression
3. Basic Operation
4. The AUTHORIZATION State
5. The TRANSACTION State
6. The UPDATE State
7. Optional POP3 Commands
8. Scaling and Operational Considerations
9. POP3 Command Summary
10. Example POP3 Session
11. Message Format
12. References
13. Security Considerations
14. Acknowledgements

본문내용

1. Introduction

On certain types of smaller nodes in the Internet it is often impractical to maintain a message transport system (MTS). For example, a workstation may not have sufficient resources (cycles, disk space) in order to permit a SMTP server [RFC821] and associated
local mail delivery system to be kept resident and continuously running. Similarly, it may be expensive (or impossible) to keep a personal computer interconnected to an IP-style network for long amounts of time (the node is lacking the resource known as "connectivity").

Despite this, it is often very useful to be able to manage mail on these smaller nodes, and they often support a user agent (UA) to aid the tasks of mail handling. To solve this problem, a node which can support an MTS entity offers a maildrop service to these less endowed nodes.
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