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      • Post Office Protocol is the primary protocol behind email communication. POP works through a supporting email software client that integrates POP for connecting to the remote email server and downloading email messages to the recipient’s computer machine.
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  2. The POP protocol stands for Post Office Protocol. As we know that SMTP is used as a message transfer agent. When the message is sent, then SMPT is used to deliver the message from the client to the server and then to the recipient server. But the message is sent from the recipient server to the actual server with the help of the Message Access Agent.

  3. The Post Office Protocol (POP3) is an Internet standard protocol used by local email software clients to retrieve emails from a remote mail server over a TCP/IP connection. Since the first version was created in 1984, the Post Office Protocol (currently at Version 3) has since became one of the most popular protocols and is used by virtually every email client to date.

  4. Feb 07, 2012 · Although, standard SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer) protocol, in the internet world, is used to send e-mail but POP protocol can be used just to retrieve the e-mails. POP is designed for the application-layer in order to be used as a local electronic mail service for the clients who want to retrieve the messages in the form of e-mails from a remote server via a TCP/IP link or connection.

  5. Post Office Protocol (POP) is an Internet standard protocol used in the retrieval of email from a remote server. POP pulls the email down through the Internet and deposits the message in your ...

  6. The Post Office Protocol (POP3) is an Internet standard protocol used by local email software clients to retrieve emails from a remote mail server over a TCP/IP connection. Since the first version was created

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