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Gabriel Rossetti
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      02-09-2009
Hello,

I am using poplib and I noticed that calls to top() don't return the msg
info (2nd index in the returned list, e.g. email.top(1,0)[1]) in the
same order, by that I mean the date could be email.top(1,0)[1][2] or
email.top(1,0)[1][5], etc. Is there a reason for that other than that
may be how the server is sending them? Why not re-order them and send
back a list that always had the date as element n or even better a dict?

Thank you,
Gabriel
 
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