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Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2004 20:30:41 -0800
From: "Hallgrimur H. Gunnarsson" <>
Subject: Re: popa3d and uw imap pseudo-message

This has been discussed before, see the mailing list archive:

-- hhg

On 13.02.2004 "A.K." <> wrote: 
> Currently we are running uw imapd/ipop3d.
> Till now we had popa3d and its much faster than ipop3d.
> But since we had to use uw imap for now, we are forced to use ipop3d because 
> of pseudo-message. 
> Mail "DONT DELETE THIS MESSAGE *" is placed into inbox every time imap detects 
> inbox is empty, which is what happend when you download all mail with pop3.
> So, users are getting this annoying email very often.
> I thought I should write patch for popa3d to ignore this email, but it seems 
> like not possible, since 1. leak of c knowledge 2. not much free time.
> Is there any posibility this could be supported in new version of popa3d, or 
> someone skilled could write patch for this?

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