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Description This is an Active Server Page Component written in Java for reading POP3 email accounts. v2.0 adds support for MIME encoding attachments, viewing headers and has a much improved performance when accessing large messages. This program requires at least version 5.00.2925 of the Microsoft Java VM.


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