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  • ...der [[Post Office Protocol]], but allows much more flexibility in managing messages that are kept in the mailstore, rather than simply downloaded to the reci See also [[Messaging application protocols]]
    415 B (62 words) - 18:05, 16 March 2010
  • ...ETF Standards Track. An access protocol more versatile than POP3, allowing messages to be organized and kept at the mailstore. ...939. IETF Standard. POP3, the most common protocol used by mail clients to access a mailstore.
    464 B (69 words) - 18:03, 16 March 2010
  • ...ssaging protocol in the [[Internet Protocol Suite]], which allows managing messages on the server.
    153 B (19 words) - 18:13, 16 March 2010
  • {{r|Email processes and protocols}} {{r|Simple Mail Transfer Protocol}}
    945 B (150 words) - 18:10, 16 March 2010

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  • #REDIRECT [[Internet Message Access Protocol]]
    46 B (5 words) - 12:25, 16 March 2010
  • An earlier name for the [[Internet Message Access Protocol]].
    61 B (9 words) - 12:21, 16 March 2010
  • {{rpl|Bayesian message classification}} {{rpl|Email message formats}}
    643 B (66 words) - 14:15, 18 January 2021
  • {{r|Email processes and protocols}} {{r|Simple Mail Transfer Protocol}}
    226 B (27 words) - 18:00, 16 March 2010
  • {{r|Simple Mail Transfer Protocol|Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP)}} (RFC-5321) {{r|Post Office Protocol|Post Office Protocol (POP)}} (RFC-1939)
    1 KB (160 words) - 20:15, 26 September 2009
  • {{r|Internet}} {{r|Internet Protocol Suite}}
    561 B (72 words) - 19:22, 19 July 2008
  • ...der [[Post Office Protocol]], but allows much more flexibility in managing messages that are kept in the mailstore, rather than simply downloaded to the reci See also [[Messaging application protocols]]
    415 B (62 words) - 18:05, 16 March 2010
  • ...9. IETF Standard. POP3, the most common protocol used by mail clients to access a mailstore. ...ETF Standards Track. An access protocol more versatile than POP3, allowing messages to be organized and kept at the mailstore.
    466 B (69 words) - 17:51, 16 March 2010
  • {{r|Internet}} {{r|Email processes and protocols}}
    2 KB (205 words) - 17:38, 5 November 2009
  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Protocol (computer)]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Address Resolution Protocol}}
    2 KB (252 words) - 00:46, 12 January 2010
  • ...ETF Standards Track. An access protocol more versatile than POP3, allowing messages to be organized and kept at the mailstore. ...939. IETF Standard. POP3, the most common protocol used by mail clients to access a mailstore.
    464 B (69 words) - 18:03, 16 March 2010
  • ...9. IETF Standard. POP3, the most common protocol used by mail clients to access a mailstore. ...ensions to allow encoding of graphics and other non-ASCII content in email message bodies.
    2 KB (245 words) - 02:49, 20 February 2010
  • ...iderable confusion when the teacher tries to force incompatible [[Internet Protocol Suite]] concepts into it. ...which are complementary. Most SS7 and ATM concepts now map into [[Internet Protocol Suite]] and international optical communications architectures; the latter
    9 KB (1,287 words) - 11:54, 22 June 2010
  • ...y to postal mail, a person can drop an envelope into a mailbox, but has no access either to the mechanism between mailbox and post office, or post office to ...ecurity services from the end-to-end or [[computer networking internetwork protocols]] over which they run, or both.
    3 KB (364 words) - 06:48, 24 October 2013
  • ...rver]], the request and response being carried by the [[Hypertext Transfer Protocol]] (HTTP). Thus we can say that a web browser is an ''HTTP client'', and th ...ient-server'' is most common in [[computer network]] [[protocol (computer)|protocols]], it is quite applicable to single-computer software architecture.
    5 KB (744 words) - 03:36, 9 June 2011
  • ...mail systems work at the process level. We will explain the processes and protocols shown in Figure 1, and how the system tries to provide reliable delivery i ...machine, with a local TCP connection between them. This is an [[Internet protocol suite|application layer]] view of an email network.
    17 KB (2,712 words) - 20:14, 26 September 2009
  • ...aphy, especially since the advent of inexpensive computers made widespread access to high quality cryptography possible. ...phic techniques may affect the acceptability of computer data as evidence. Access to data can be an issue: can a warrant or a tax auditor force someone to de
    20 KB (2,958 words) - 07:00, 29 October 2013
  • {{seealso|Development of the Internet}} {{seealso|Internet architecture}}
    14 KB (2,020 words) - 10:03, 6 January 2010
  • {{seealso|Internet Protocol version 6 address management}} {{seealso|Internet Protocol version 6 deployment}}
    39 KB (5,816 words) - 23:07, 25 March 2011
  • ...plication programs to create and read mail, but also [[protocol (computer)|protocols]] to transfer and deliver electronic envelopes. ...Post Office Protocol]], Version 3 (POP3) and the [[Internet Message Access Protocol]] (IMAP) both manage mail between the client workstation and the mail serve
    2 KB (279 words) - 10:12, 31 May 2009

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