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 [ Numbers ], [ A ], [ B ], [ C ], [ D ], [ E ], [ F ], [ G ], [ H ], [ I ], [ J ], [ K ], [ L ], [ M ], [ N ], [ O ], [ P ], [ Q ], [ R ], [ S ], [ T ], [ U ], [ V ], [ W ], [ X ], 

#LINK<Numbers[ Top ]>#
7bit/8bit encoding, 44, 47

#LINK<A[ Top ]>#
ACAP, 177-179
      authentication, 186-197
      commands, 183, 185
      on corporate networks, 338
      datasets, 179-182
      permissions, 181
      server responses, 183-185
      session example, 198
access-type parameter, 66-67
addresses, 36-37
      munging to avoid spam, 321
APOP command (POP3), 142-143
Apparently-From header, 34
Apparently-To header, 34
APPEND command (IMAP), 165
Application Con?guration Access Protocol (see ACAP)
applications, email-enabled, 338
ARPANet (Advanced Research Projects Agency), 24
ASCII character set, 349
attachments, 4, 42
      deleting, Perl script for, 295-308
      handling in Perl, 276
      vCard, 98-100
      video, 335
      (see also MIME)
audio ?les, 60, 90
AUTH command (POP3), 141, 143-144
AUTHENTICATE command
      ACAP, 186
      IMAP, 159
Authenticated State
      ACAP, 188-197
      IMAP, 154, 160
authentication, 72
      ACAP, 186-197
      on corporate networks, 338
      IMAP, 159-160
      POP3, 139-144
Authorization State (POP3), 139-144

#LINK<B[ Top ]>#
banner greetings
      ACAP, 185
      ESMTP, 120
      POP3, 139
base64 encoding/decoding, 47, 52-56, 203-204, 274, 278, 334
BCC header, 32
biff utility, 309
big-endian, 49
Bigfoot directory, 325
binary data, 3, 42
      encoding, 44, 47-48, 334
/bin/mail utility, 18, 270-271
      mbox mailbox format, 102
bit streams, encoding, 49, 52

#LINK<C[ Top ]>#
CAPABILITY command (IMAP), 157-158
CC header, 32
CHECK command (IMAP), 173
CLOSE command (IMAP), 174
Comment header, 32
comparators (ACAP), 190
composite media types, 42
Comprehensive Perl Archive Network (CPAN), 200
Content-Description header, 45
Content-Disposition header, 45
Content-ID header, 45
Content-Transfer-Encoding header, 43
Content-Type header, 41, 110-111
      parameters to, 66, 68
COPY command (IMAP), 173
CORBA, 336
CPAN (Comprehensive Perl Archive Network), 200
CRAM-MD5 algorithms, 187
CREATE command (IMAP), 162-163
CRLF, 24, 51, 139
cryptography (see security)

#LINK<D[ Top ]>#
DATA command (ESMTP), 128
Date header, 30
DCOM, 336
DELE command (POP3), 146
DELETE command (IMAP), 163
DELETEACL command (ACAP), 196
DELETEDSINCE command (ACAP), 195
directory services, vCards and, 83, 95
DNS (Domain Name System), 13
DOS
      line separators, 51
      mailcap ?les on, 116

#LINK<E[ Top ]>#
EHLO command (ESMTP), 122-123
email (see entries at mail)
EMAIL SYSTEMS
      PROPRIETARY, 337
Encrypted header, 32
envelope information, 16
ESMTP, 117
      commands, 118-130
      session example, 130-134
ETRN command (ESMTP), 125
Eudora, mbox mailbox format and, 102, 104
EXAMINE command (IMAP), 162
EXPN command (ESMTP), 124
EXPUNGE command (IMAP), 168
Extended Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (see ESMTP)
external-body MIME type, 45

#LINK<F[ Top ]>#
FETCH command (IMAP), 171-173
fetchmail, 22
formats
      mail, 25
      mailbox, 101-109, 211-215
FREECONTEXT command (ACAP), 193
From header, 28, 30

#LINK<G[ Top ]>#
gateways, 11, 14
GETQUOTA command (ACAP), 197
GNU Object Modeling Environment (GNOME), 336

#LINK<H[ Top ]>#
headers, 23
      dynamic, 33-34
      long, 26-27
      mandatory, 29-32
      optional, 32-33
      order of, 27-28
      user-de?ned, 34-36
HELO command (ESMTP), 122-123
HELP command (ESMTP), 124

#LINK<I[ Top ]>#
IESG (Internet Engineering Steering Group), 7
IETF, security and, 74
IMAP, 8, 20, 152, 157-158
      authentication, 159-160
      commands, 153-155, 158-159, 165-174
      mailbox utility, creating with Java Mail API, 311-317
      mailboxes in, 160-165
      mbox variation for, 105-106
      MUAs and, 334
      POP3 and, comparisons, 137
      server responses, 155-158
      session examples, 175-176
IMC (Internet Mail Consortium), 71
inline binary content, 39
      vCards and, 89
International Standards Organization (ISO), 4
Internet Engineering Steering Group (IESG), 7
Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), 74
Internet Mail Consortium (IMC), 71
Internet mail system, 2, 11-14
      elements of, 3
Internet Message Access Protocol (see IMAP)
ISO (International Standards Organization), 4

#LINK<J[ Top ]>#
Java, 10
Java Mail API, 224-226
      creating a mailbox utility with, 311-317
      MIME-compliant messages, 289-293
JavaBeans, message handling, 224
javax.mail package, 226-243
javax.mail.event package, 263-269
javax.mail.internet package, 243-254
javax.mail.search package, 254-263

#LINK<K[ Top ]>#
Keywords header, 32

#LINK<L[ Top ]>#
LANG command (ACAP), 185
LDAP, 5
      servers, 177, 338
Libnet Perl modules, 219-221
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (see LDAP)
line separators, 24, 51
linebreaks, 50
LIST command
      IMAP, 163-164
      POP3, 145-146
LISTRIGHTS command (ACAP), 196
little-endian, 49
LOGIN command (IMAP), 159
LOGOUT command
      ACAP, 186
      IMAP, 158
Logout State (IMAP), 154
LSUB command (IMAP), 164

#LINK<M[ Top ]>#
Macintosh
      line separators, 24, 51
      mailcap ?les on, 116
Mail Abuse Protection System (MAPS), 330
MAIL command (ESMTP), 126-127
mail delivery agents (see MDAs)
mail formats, 25
mail retrieval agents (see MRAs)
mail systems, proprietary, 5-7
      Web-based, 336-337
mail transfer agents (see MTAs)
mail user agents (see MUAs)
mailbox formats, 101-109
      MailCclient Perl modules and, 211-215
      Maildir, 107-109
      mbox, 102
      MH, 106-107
mailcap ?les, 110, 336
      format of, 111-113
      implentation, 116
      on Unix, 114-116
MailCclient Perl modules, 211-213
Maildir mailbox format, 107-109
maildrop host, 135
MailFolder Perl modules, 213-215
MailTools Perl modules, 215-219
MAPS (Mail Abuse Protection System), 330
mbox mailbox format, 102-105
      deleting attachments from, 295-308
      IMAP mailboxes, variation for, 105-106
MD5 digest, 143
MDAs, 3, 13
      delivery of mail by, 18-19
media types, 41
      composite, 42
      list of, 347
      message/external-body, 66-67
      message/partial, 67-70
      multipart/encrypted, 75
      multipart/mixed, 42
      multipart/signed, 75
      text/directory, 99
      text/x-vcard, 98
message/external-body media type, 66-67
Message-ID header, 34
message/partial media type, 67-70
messages
      ?ltering to avoid spam, 322-323
      message handling
            at MTAs and MUAs, 48
            JavaBeans, 224
      parsing with Perl, 215-219
      pseudo messages, 105
      text, 23-24
MH mailbox format, 106-107
MIME, 3-4, 39-40
      boundaries, 43, 56-57, 64, 285
      common encoding mistakes, 57
      encoding/decoding, 46, 62
      headers, 40-46, 60
            creating with Perl, 283
      media types (see media types)
      messages
            common creation mistakes, 70
            creating from Perl scripts, 204-211
            minimal, 59-61
            multipart, 61-63
            sending with Java, 289-293
            sending with Perl, 273-289
      nested body parts, 63-65
      RFCs, 8
      security and, 74-76
      type descriptors (see media types)
MIME-Base64 Perl modules, 203-204
MIME-Lite Perl module, 204-206
MIME-tools Perl modules, 206-211
MIME-Version header, 41
MRAs, 3, 13
      retrieving mail by, 19-20
MTAs, 3
      con?guration options, eliminating spam by, 328-330
      headers and, 33
      receiving MTAs/sending MTAs, 4, 13
      SMTP and, 117
      spam and, 17
      transfering mail by, 16-17
      types of, 17-18
MUAs, 3, 13
      ?ltering email at, 322
      MIME and, 39, 46
      receiving mail by, 20-22
      Sender header and, 28
      sending mail from, 15-16
      server access and, 335
      SMTP and, 117
      trends in, 334-335
      Web-based email systems as, 336
Multipart Internet Mail Extensions (see MIME)
multipart/alternative media type, 43
multipart/encrypted media type, 43, 75-76
multipart/mixed media type, 42-43
multipart/signed media type, 43, 75-76
MYRIGHTS command (ACAP), 196

#LINK<N[ Top ]>#
Netscape Navigator, mbox mailbox format, 104
Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP), 107
network standard byte order, 49
news.admin.net-abuse.email (NANAE) newsgroup, 321
NNTP (Network News Transfer Protocol), 107
Nonauthenticated State
      ACAP, 186-188
      IMAP, 154, 159-160
NOOP command
      IMAP, 155, 158
      POP3, 146

#LINK<O[ Top ]>#
octets, 49-50
OpenPGP, 73-79

#LINK<P[ Top ]>#
PASS command (POP3), 141
Perl, 10
      creating MIME-compliant mail sender with, 273-289
      deleting attachments with, 295-308
      email-related modules, 201-203
            deleting attachments with, 296-308
            installation, 201
            Libnet, 219-221
            MailCclient, 211-213
            MailFolder, 213-215
            MailTools, 215-219
            MIME-Base64, 203-204
            MIME-Line, 204-206
            MIME-tools, 206-211
            POD and, 202
            POP3Client, 221-223
pine, mbox mailbox format and, 102, 104
POD, parsing Perl modules for, 202
POP, 19, 135
      (see also POP3)
POP3, 7, 135-137
      authentication, 140-144
      commands, 139-140, 145-149
      IMAP and, comparisons, 137
      Libnet Perl module and, 219-221
      mailboxes, Perl interface to, 221-223
      session examples, 149-151
POP3Client Perl modules, 221-223
Post Of?ce Protocol (see POP)
Post Of?ce Protocol Version 3 (see POP3)
procmail utility, 18, 322
protocols, 4
      ACAP, 177-199
      ESMTP, 117-134
      experimental, 9
      IMAP, 152-176
      LDAP, 5, 177
      POP3, 3, 135-151
      SMTP, 3, 117-134
      SMTP/MIME, 3
pseudo messages, 105
public key/private key systems, 72

#LINK<Q[ Top ]>#
qmail, 18, 107
QUIT command
      ESMTP, 126
      POP3, 144, 148
quoted-printable
      decoding, 51-52, 203-204
      encoding, 47-51, 203-204

#LINK<R[ Top ]>#
RBL (Realtime Blackhole List), 330
RCPT command (ESMTP), 128
Realtime Blackhole List (RBL), 330
Received header, 34
      analyzing to eliminate spam, 323-328
receiving MTAs, 4, 13
RENAME command (IMAP), 163
Reply-To header, 28-29
Resent-Frame header, 28
Resent-Message-ID header, 34
Resent-Sender header, 28
RETR command (POP3), 146
Return-Path header, 34
RFCs, email-related, list of, 341
RSET command
      ESTMP, 129
      POP3, 147

#LINK<S[ Top ]>#
SAML command (ESMTP), 128
SEARCH command
      ACAP, 182, 188-192
      IMAP, 168-171, 173
security, 32, 72-73
      ACAP and, 177
      vCards and, 95
SELECT command (IMAP), 161-162
Selected State (IMAP), 154, 167-174
SEND command (ESMTP), 128
Sender header, 28, 30
sending MTAs, 3
sendmail, 11, 17
      SMTP and, 123
server response codes, 121
SETACL command (ACAP), 195
7bit/8bit encoding, 44, 47
signature ?les, 84
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (see SMTP)
smail, 18
S/MIME, 73-76, 79-81
SMTP, 3, 7, 11, 117
      commands, 119-130
      Libnet Perl module and, 219-221
      line length limits, 24
      relaying
            disabling to eliminate spam, 328
      (see also ESMTP)
SMTP/MIME, 3, 7
SOML command (ESMTP), 128
sound ?les, 60
      vCards and, 90
source code, encoding, 49
spam
      eliminating, 320-323
            ?ltering messages, 322-323
            ISP contracts for, 330
            legislation for, 331
            MTA con?guration options for, 328-330
spam, eliminating (continued)
            Received headers, analyzing, 323-328
            SMTP relaying, 328
      ESMTP and, 120, 129
      MTAs and, 17
      video integration, 335
standards, 3
      Internet, 7-9
      network standard byte order, 49
      X.400, 2, 4-5
      X.500, 4
STAT command (POP3), 145
STATUS command (IMAP), 164-165
STORE command
      ACAP, 194-195
      IMAP, 167-168, 173
Subject header, 32
SUBSCRIBE command (IMAP), 163

#LINK<T[ Top ]>#
tab characters, 26
text messages, 23-24
text/directory media type, 43, 99
text/x-vcard media type, 43, 98
To header, 30
TOP command (POP3), 147
trace ?elds, 34
Transaction State (POP3), 139, 145-148
transfer MUAs, 22
TURN command (ESMTP), 125

#LINK<U[ Top ]>#
UBE (unsolicited bulk email) (see spam)
UCE (unsolicited commercial email) (see spam)
UID command (IMAP), 173
UIDL command (POP3), 147
Uniform Resource Indicators (URIs), 89
Uniform Resource Locators (see URLs)
universal messaging, 333
Unix
      line separators, 24, 51
      mailbox format, 102, 106
      mailcap ?les on, 114-116
      POP3 on, 136, 142
unsolicited bulk email (UBE) (see spam)
unsolicited commercial email (UCE) (see spam)
UNSUBSCRIBE command (IMAP), 163
Update State (POP3), 139, 149
UPDATECONTEXT command (ACAP), 193-194
URIs (Uniform Resource Indicators), 89
URLs, 92
      email-related, list of, 351
US-ASCII plain text
      specifying charset as, 43
      (see also ASCII)
Usenet newsgroups
      spam and, 321
Usenet newsgroups, spam and, 320
USER command (POP3), 141

#LINK<V[ Top ]>#
vCard, 83-85
      attaching to email messages, 98-100
      version 2.1, 97-98
      version 3.0, 85-95
VERB command (ESMTP), 125
video ?les, 60
      integration with email, 335
VRFY command (ESMTP), 123

#LINK<W[ Top ]>#
Windows
      line separators, 51
      mailcap ?les on, 116
Windows NT, mailcap ?les on, 116

#LINK<X[ Top ]>#
X.400 standard, 2, 4-5
X.500 standard, 4
X-Mailer header, 35

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ISBN:
9781565924796
Editor:
Stone, Mark
Author:
Wood, Dave
Author:
Wood, David
Author:
Society for Human Resource Management
Author:
Stone, Mark
Publisher:
O'Reilly Media
Location:
Sebastopol, CA :
Subject:
Internet - General
Subject:
Internet (computer network)
Subject:
Programming - General
Subject:
Computer networks
Subject:
Computers
Subject:
Programming - Software Development
Subject:
Internet programming
Subject:
Internet
Subject:
Electronic mail systems
Subject:
Data Transmission Systems - Electronic Mail
Subject:
Computer programming
Subject:
Computer Bks - Communications; Networking
Subject:
Human Resources & Personnel Management
Subject:
Software Development & Engineering - General
Subject:
Software Engineering-General
Subject:
MIME;POP3,;Programming;SMTP;email;internet
Copyright:
Edition Number:
1st ed.
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
O'Reilly Web
Series Volume:
7
Publication Date:
19990831
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
378
Dimensions:
9.19 x 7 x 0.9 in 1.36 lb

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