What properties are supported by the Sun POP3 provider?

John Zukowski

The following is taken from the javadoc files for the com.sun.mail.pop3 package in JavaMail 1.2:

Name Type Description
mail.pop3.user String Default user name for POP3.
mail.pop3.host String The POP3 server to connect to.
mail.pop3.port int The POP3 server port to connect to, if the connect() method doesn't explicitly specify one. Defaults to 110.
mail.pop3.connectiontimeout int Socket connection timeout value in milliseconds. Default is infinite timeout.
mail.pop3.timeout int Socket I/O timeout value in milliseconds. Default is infinite timeout.
mail.pop3.rsetbeforequit boolean Send a POP3 RSET command when closing the folder, before sending the QUIT command. Useful with POP3 servers that implicitly mark all messages that are read as "deleted"; this will prevent such messages from being deleted and expunged unless the client requests so. Default is false.
mail.pop3.message.class int Class name of a subclass of com.sun.mail.pop3.POP3Message. The subclass can be used to handle (for example) non-standard Content-Type headers. The subclass must have a public constructor of the form MyPOP3Message(Folder f, int msgno) throws MessagingException.
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