What is Post office protocol 3 (POP3)?
Networking , Technology & Science / April 21, 2018

Electronic mail is the core of modern communications. People rely on email to conduct their business and stay in touch with families. The ubiquity of an email availability is one of the strengths of the internet whose phenomenal growth and popularity are also due to the popularity of an email. E-mail system has become the most popular computer based method used to send and receive E-mail messages between the network clients inside or outside the local network. The most important point in E-mail system processes is to send and retrieve the E-mail message in the best delivery time without any delay or latency. Overview of POP 3? Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) is a standard mail protocol used to¬†receive emails¬†from a remote server to a local email client. This protocol is generally used for receiving email over the Internet. POP3 server must be connected to read email from an email account. After connected with the server, all the email messages in an email account are numbered from 1 and the particular account is locked. This specified number identifies email in the given account. The account number is not changed even if the mail is deleted but the account number…

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