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Using the .NET managed TCP/IP classes in a managed C++ appplication

, 15 Oct 2001
This sample demonstrates a basic technique of networking using the TCP/IP protocol in a managed C++ application by implementing a simple POP3 client.
pop3client-b1.zip
Pop3Client-b1
pop3client-b2.zip
Pop3Client-b2
Bin
Pop3Client.exe
pop3client-cs-b1.zip
POP3Client-cs-b1
bin
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POP3Client.exe

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