Re: first pass at my earlier ideas

BEcause a mailbox doesn't need a username, password, etc.  A server
does.  MailboxRemote is basically there so that you can check to see if
you are dealing with a remote mailbox and avoid doing checks for things
like is_pop3 and is_imap so that other remote mailboxes can be added


Ian Campbell wrote:
> Out of curiosity...
> Why did you put the username/passwd/host stuff into LibBalsaServer rather than
> LibBalsaMailboxRemote?
> It seems that all LibBalsaMailboxRemote does is add a pointer to this server..
> it just seems a bit redundant to me, plus I can't override the set passwd
> methods (I can use signals though - so it's not too bad...)
> On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 05:32:21 Stuart Parmenter wrote:
> > Hey guys... sorry for doing this so late.  here is the first patch in
> > abstracting out the [LibBalsa]Server object.  This patch is pretty
> > simple and clean and works fine for me.  Let me know if anyone has any
> > objections to me checking this in by tomorrow please.
> >
> > thanks,
> >
> > Stuart


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