- Hi Siva, Instead of rather getting urself too much complicated, its better you use the pop3.class.in from phpclasses.orgMessage 1 of 3 , Sep 10, 2007View SourceHi Siva,
Instead of rather getting urself too much complicated, its better you use
the pop3.class.in from phpclasses.org
or there is another best part in sourceforge.net, using which you can send
and recieve the emails...
this is all basically to fetch the emails from any inbox using POP3 access..
and incase you need to just parse-email, I would suggest you to use any
parse-email class files available at
it might get a little tricky, and also a bit complicated. when u decide,
what part of the email is necessary, basically a general email has 2 parts
in it, i.e HEADER and BODY
Probably you may get to extract the header part successfully, but most of
the times, body still remains dirty, its better you look for some parse
email classes available on internet, remember to inform back if at all you
do find a real good one...
Chidanand. G. B
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- Thanks Chidanand, I am doing bit of RD on the tips u have given.Message 2 of 3 , Sep 10, 2007View SourceThanks Chidanand,
I am doing bit of RD on the tips u have given.