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Re^2: Net::Server::POP3::Skeleton

by etj (Beadle)
on Dec 30, 2013 at 20:51 UTC ( #1068775=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Net::Server::POP3::Skeleton
in thread Net::Server::POP3::Skeleton

John and Nathan, I am maintainer of Mail::POP3 since 2002-ish, which implements a POP3 server. Having come back to it this month, I realise it is badly named and should be something like Net::Server::POP3[::*].

The purpose of it was only ever to implement a POP3 server-side interface to make a "mailbox" interface to a website (specifically jobserve, as it happens), to be able to use my email program to easily "reply" to a job ad.

I know these modules aren't "broke", so there may be no need to "fix" them. However, I see that you chaps last updated your modules in 2004/2005, and I wonder whether it would be a good idea for me to take them over? I want to put them both in one distribution, since they are similar, obviously leaving them with the same API, and include another module that gives the "email" interface to a website, as above.

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