Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 45709
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
2018/03/18 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular

2007/2/11-13 [Computer/SW/Mail, Academia/Berkeley/CSUA, Computer/SW/WWW/Server] UID:45709 Activity:nil
2/11    \_ Is POP back up?  Haven't got it to work since Soda got back
        up.  (SSL port 995)
        \_ Legitimately curious, why use POP when you IMAP is available to you?
           \_ Uh, isn't IMAP still down?  I still can't access it
              \_ I neither know nor care.  I forward mail off soda to a box
                 where I run IMAP. :) -dans
           \_ In the past (1997) when I used IMAP, it would mark my messages
              as "read" when I read them on my client machine.  I don't like
              this, I like to have the messages as two distinct instances, one
              on Soda and one on my home machine.  If I read it on my client I
              want it to still show and unread on Soda.  Also, IMAP is more for
              people with always on connections, which I don't have.  That's
              why I prefer offline processing (Pop) vs interactive processing
              \_ Hmm, I don't understand why you'd want things you've read not
                 to be marked as read, but if that's how you work, more power
                 to you.  It's worth noting that many modern IMAP clients, eg
                 OS X's, have excellent offline modes, which serves
                 the same purposes as POP, but with IMAP's richer semantics.
                 \_ Thanks, maybe I'll check it out again.  10 yrs of software
                    development may have fixed my intial hang-ups.
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