This component implements the following interfaces:
readonly PRBool nsIMsgProtocolInfo.canDelete
Can this type of server be removed from the account manager? for instance, local mail is not removable
readonly PRBool nsIMsgProtocolInfo.canDuplicate
Can you duplicate this server? for instance, local mail is unique and should not be duplicated.
readonly PRBool nsIMsgProtocolInfo.canGetIncomingMessages
Do messages arrive for this server if they do, we can use our junk controls on it.
readonly PRBool nsIMsgProtocolInfo.canGetMessages
An attribute that tell us whether on not we can get messages for the given server type this is poorly named right now. it's really is there an inbox for this type? XXX todo, rename this.
readonly PRBool nsIMsgProtocolInfo.canLoginAtStartUp
Can this type of server log in at startup?
readonly PRBool nsIMsgProtocolInfo.defaultDoBiff
Do biff by default?
The default path to store local data for this type of server. Each server is usually in a subdirectory below this
readonly PRInt32 nsIProtocolHandler.defaultPort
The default port is the port that this protocol normally uses. If a port does not make sense for the protocol (e.g., "about:") then -1 will be returned.
readonly PRBool nsIMsgProtocolInfo.needToBuildSpecialFolderURIs
Do we need to build special folder URIs ? In case of IMAP, special folders like 'Sent', 'Drafts' and 'Templates' are not created unless needed. But, we do need to create folder URIs to reflect the choices in the UI in copies and folders settings panel.
readonly PRBool nsIMsgProtocolInfo.preflightPrettyNameWithEmailAddress
If the pretty name of the server should just be the e-mail address. Otherwise it usually ends up being something like "news on hostname"
readonly PRUint32 nsIProtocolHandler.protocolFlags
Returns the protocol specific flags (see flag definitions below).
readonly PRBool nsIMsgProtocolInfo.requiresUsername
Does this server type require a username? for instance, news does not but IMAP/POP do
readonly ACString nsIProtocolHandler.scheme
The scheme of this protocol (e.g., "file").
readonly nsIIDPtr nsIMsgProtocolInfo.serverIID
The IID of the protocol-specific interface for this server usually used from JS to dynamically get server-specific attributes
readonly PRBool nsIMsgProtocolInfo.showComposeMsgLink
Do we need to show compose message link in the AccountCentral page ?
readonly PRBool nsIMsgProtocolInfo.specialFoldersDeletionAllowed
Do we allow special folder deletion ?
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