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I just went to the session "Windows Communication Foundation: Building Secure , Reliable and Transacted Distributed Services" by Shy Cohen, that brought a very good overview of the different aspects to building great services with all the quality attributes...
Introduction In the introductory post of this blog series, I explained our mission statement: the creation of a POP3 tunnel over SOAP/HTTP using WCF. The first part of the implementation was covered in part 1 of this blog series: "A simple POP3 client...
Introduction In the introductory post of this blog series, I explained our mission statement: the creation of a POP3 tunnel over SOAP/HTTP using WCF. The first part of the implementation was covered in part 1 of this blog series: "A simple POP3 client...
Introduction In my previous post you learned about this POP3 tunneling idea using WCF. On to the real stuff now, the implementation. In this first implementation-related post, I'm showing you how to create a simple POP3 client in C# based on the POP3...
Introduction Lately I've been quite annoyed by the fact that some hotspots and other public networks block some "common ports", like the POP3 port TCP/110. No worries for a developer who knows .NET Framework 3.0 because WCF will come to a rescue. In this...
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