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What’s common between IMAP & Dilbert?

By on Jun 9, 2010 | 0 comments

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IMAP: Internet Mail Access Protocol:  – Something that fetches email from your server to your Outlook/Thunderbird etc.

Dilbert: Cartoon that every software engineer adores because its always about something they experienced yesterday.

Now, what is common between IMAP & DILBERT?

Answer: You don’t realize their importance until POP (another mail fetching protocol) & (BOSS: the person you truly hate) start hurting.



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