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Links 1 through 10 of 22 by @nm tagged Messaging/Convergence

'a single Citadel data store will become your one stop shop for sourcing and sinking email, message boards with web access, RSS, NNTP, IMAP, POP3, GroupDAV, mailing lists, and server-to-server replication -- no gateways necessary. This is a powerful tool

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in the comments: 'It seems to me that the RSS/Atom/webfeed world is trying to solve the same problems that the NNTP and IMAP worlds are trying to solve. Hopefully we can learn from each other and maybe even use the same language (e.g., RECENT and SEEN) so

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'What I'm thinking about is a way of looking at "posts" or in RSS nomenclature: "items" as containers for arbitrary data in labeled fields, in a way that can be easily extended and re-used. Sort of like a "note" in Lotus Notes.'

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'What is important is that there is no incremental cost for sending (or receiving) a second email once you have the capability of sending the first message...There is a downside to “no incremental cost”: the same economics apply to spammers as to the

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'the phone network and the email network are the same network going forward. The economics are largely the same. The issues are largely the same. So look at email and all of its issues and opportunities to understand the future of voice.'

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'BBS -> Usenet -> Blog .. that's my story .. what's next?' (my response to what's next: Intertwingling NNTP, RSS/XML, IMAP, IM, etc.)

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'I've been fiddling with Luistxo's idea for an alternative Gmane web interface for a few minutes, and this is how far I've gotten:'

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'You can subscribe to a feed of the spam that I receive. The feed is a real-time hook into my IMAP server and displays the last 15 messages in the Spam folder.'

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'Hep is a multiprotocol message server. It offers on-the-fly translation between email protocols (POP and IMAP) and web formats and protocols (RSS, Atom, and the Metaweblog API). Hep lets you read and write the Web from the comfort of your favorite email

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