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Hello Everyone,

The last time I did any Windows/Win32 programming was before .NET was introduced!! Since then I've been focused on server-side Java applications but now I need to develop a Windows service. I figure C# should ease the transition into .NET and so I'm writing to this forum. If this is not the right forum for this question, please let me know which one is.

I'm looking for pointers on the quickest approach to go about implementing a service which listens in on both SMTP and POP3 traffic and based on the message headers perform some action. The behavior is just like an anti-spam application's service that monitor email.

So far, I've found sample code for creating a service. I'm hoping to find sample code for intercepting SMTP/POP3 traffic as well as an API similar to JavaMail which will help with parsing RFC822 messages.

If anyone here has previously developed an anti-spam application and is willing to be a consultant, please contact me directly. This would actually be my preferred approach.

Thank you.
Siraj.


Siraj Podikunju
SP Consulting, Inc.
sirajp@spconsult.com

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