Peter Davis <pdavis(a)pageflexinc.com> writes:
I do see the messages, so I know these functions are being called.
However, the pop3-delete-on function seems to completely disable that
If you don't use :prescript and :postscript, and set
pop3-leave-mail-on-server to t, does everything work? E.g., does it
fetch mail and leave it on the server? If this doesn't work either,
and doesn't retrieve any mail, I'd say the p-l-m-o-s feature is
Maybe we should create a XEmacs epop3 package and leave support of it
to the author of the epop3 package. AFAIU the author of pop3.el do
not want to answer questions on the version in XEmacs because it has
been modified quite a lot.
Is the value of pop3-leave-mail-on-server cached somehow? Is there
some other way I could code this to get the desired effect?
Try deleting all POP3 related buffers and see if it helps.