Allows saving Skype chat history into text files, or into CSV, XML and JSON formats (optionally, compressed into a single ZIP archive).
Poppy is a free .NET library for interacting with POP3 mail servers. It is RFC 1939-compliant and supports SSL, APOP authentication and other optional POP3 commands.
The own flexible implementation of Protocol Buffers in Python. Compatible with Google's one and easily extensible.
Small utilities for managing IMAP email messages.
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