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Hey Guys,

I am just wondering why

telnet 110
Ends on a new line as if it is expecting a user response, but when I use

Byte[] bRecive = new byte[1024];
int i = mySocket.Receive(bRecive, bRecive.Length, 0);
string sBuffer = Encoding.ASCII.GetString(bRecive);

The response is
telnet localhost 110
+OK ready.

should I send some kind of terminator or line break \r\n when I expect a user input because my app crashes when I enter a keystroke.

Posted 23-Sep-10 11:38am
voloda2 at 25-Sep-10 6:32am
If you are implementing POP3 yourself, why don't you use appropriate RFC?

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Solution 1

you can try this->


byte[] data = Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes(message);


byte[] data1 = new byte[1024];
int p = soc.Receive(data1);
message = "";
message = Encoding.ASCII.GetString(data1, 0, p);

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