The reason why it didn't make into the latest release was that full
implementation of SMTP/POP3 roundtrip will require access to
transport headers (which requires SOAP::Context) and asynchronous
model on client side (when you're getting reply without request,
using POP3 client). Both require internal redesign and though I can
do it quick-and-dirty way I would rather do it slower-but-proper way
if possible. It will not make into the next version also, which will
mostly contains fixes for datatypes in different XML Schemas
(scheduled for the next week), but version after that is planned to
implement SOAP::Context, so it's quite possible that SMTP/POP3
implementation will be there (last decade of September).
Best wishes, Paul.
--- Weidong Wang <wwang@...
> I am looking into using SMTP/POP as the soap transport. I found
> Paul's reply
> to this question back in June, where Paul indicated that by the end
> of June,
> the new release may contain the SMTP/POP round trip support.
> I then saw the note for the mid 0.51 release, where Paul indicated
> that this
> feature did not make into 0.51 release.
> Just wondering the current status of this work, and when this
> feature (or
> the next release) is scheduled.
> Thanks, Paul.
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