1. Open your command prompt.
  2. At the command prompt, type in
    telnet example.com 110
  3. Type user and the email address (username@example.com) of the user for which you wish to view emails:
    user username@example.com
  4. Then type in pass followed by your password:
    pass yourpasswordgoeshere
  5. Type list to bring up a list of your emails:
    list
  6. You will see a list of items with labels like “1 897” and “2 5136.” Here is an example:
    list
    +OK POP3 clients that break here, they violate STD53.
    1 897
    2 5136
    3 1884
    4 2973
    5 2595
    6 3063
    7 3509
    8 2283
    9 1926
    10 2763
    11 1795
    12 2780
    13 2342
    14 2342
    15 2342
    16 3833
    17 2211
    18 793
    19 797
    20 2599
    .
  7. If you wish to read an email message such as 2 5136, you can type the following:
    retr 2
  8. If you want to delete a message such as 1 897, type dele 1:
    dele 1
  9. When you are done checking your email, type quit.

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