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Re: POP3

On Fri 18 Dec 2015 at 10:32:01 (+0000), Lisi Reisz wrote:
> On Friday 18 December 2015 09:49:59 Brian wrote:
> > > > > > > Also, run 'fetchmail --version' for debugging info.
> >
> > The guts of my ~/.fetchmailrc are
> >
> >   poll     <POP3 server>
> >   proto    pop3
> >   user     <Could be bob or bob@example.com>
> >   password <secret>
> >   ssl      <May or may not be needed. Depends on the server>
> >
> > 'fetchmail -c -v' for testing.
> Having just by implication been told by someone that only muggles, lusers 
> and/or dinosaurs use POP3, how many others of us will admit to it?  (For the 
> avoidance of doubt, I use POP3.)
> I won't admit to being a muggle or a luser (who, me?), but I am often prepared 
> to admit to being a dinosaur.  However, in this case I actually don't agree 
> with the premise.  Feel free to tell me that I am deluding myself and that I 
> am indeed a dinosaur in this as well.
> I just don't, for my use, like a lot of what IMAP does.

Not sure what this has to do with "command not found" and,
in particular, "command not found [SOLVED]".

(In fact, I'm not sure how one could possibly _solve_
"command not found" in the absence of any more context
in the subject line.)


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