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    incoming mail

    hi,
    i have a site where i want to show all my incoming emails. How is it possible in php?

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    Use a package that allows you to connect to your mailbox. POP3 is the easiest protocol, but IMAP has more features.
    For details, I suggest that you download and take a look at one of the many webmail applications available for PHP.

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    thnx

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    If you set up a system filter to pipe to a PHP script under exim you can log the emails into a MySQL database in real time

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    soory to disturb you again guys, i have made a connection to my POP3 server using fsockopen(), but can't think the way how to access mail from there. some help plz.


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