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How will retrieves incoming mails from different web sites

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telnet mail.domain-name 110
USER <user-name>
PASS <password>

Now to see a list of emails awaiting for collection use the
command LIST

To view the contents of email type RETR <id>


retrieving mail using IMAP

telnet mail.domain-name 143
a01 login <user-name> <password>

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