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howtos:toptoo [2008/02/08 19:49]
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-Usage Models+====== Using POPFile's toptoo option ======
Here are some situations where mail clients typically use the TOP command: Here are some situations where mail clients typically use the TOP command:
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-===== Skip Messages Over X Size  ===== +===== Skipping messages larger than a certain size =====
Most mail clients have an option buried somewhere in the account settings that let the user limit the size of a piece of mail that will be downloaded. Typically, those clients will do so using the TOP command, which enables them to specify the number of lines of the message to download. Again, in those cases, the TOP would be proxied to the mail server by POPFile and the 'short message' returned would NOT be classified unless the user had toptoo enabled. Most mail clients have an option buried somewhere in the account settings that let the user limit the size of a piece of mail that will be downloaded. Typically, those clients will do so using the TOP command, which enables them to specify the number of lines of the message to download. Again, in those cases, the TOP would be proxied to the mail server by POPFile and the 'short message' returned would NOT be classified unless the user had toptoo enabled.
 
howtos/toptoo.txt · Last modified: 2008/02/15 17:47 by manni

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