thanks for these nice classes :)
Due to the fact that I'm totally new to using sockets in
vc++, I've got ne clue why the above mentioned happens every
time I send an email.
No matter which smtp server I'm using, the sender ist always
<somebody>@post.webmailer.de (currently I'm using Web.de and Strato for testing purposes). Is there any way I can
as i'm a beginner in vc++ programming ...
i'd be grateful if anyone can tell me what r the initial
steps i should follow to develop a pop3 server.
it'll be useful ..if i can get some immediate responses.
The CPOP3 class has a memory leak that starts with Connect(), I havn't tracked it down to the exact problem, but the class is leaking memory every time it connects and checks for e-mail. Doesn't anyone bother checking for this these days? Suppose someone ran this class all day for 7 days, thats just hopeless, CRRAASSHHH. Nice job with the class, just you forgot to check for leaks :-)
P.S. Now im stuck to finding ur leak :-(
Posted by Geno Carman
on 12/15/2004 08:22pm
I have been using this class for a while and never detected a leak.
when sending, the error is :"503, SMTP server not ready for data"; but i can send mail to the one with the same LAN with me.
when receiving, the error is: "RETReive failed".
thank u for your help!!!
Everything seems to work just fine until I reach
if( !get_response( IDENTIFICATION ) )
This reacts very slowly on different servers, but is not giving any errors.
Did anybody improve this program or used it in any way ?
It seems to be quite difficult to find information on the subject...
Any help is welcome.