Twitter OAuth Example to Post Update (Tweet)

The OAuth functionality shown in this example is available in Chilkat v9.4.0 to be released in mid-December 2012. Pre-releases are available upon request by sending email to support@chilkatsoft.com.

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IMAP Authentication using OAUTH

Using the Chilkat IMAP component/library, it is possible to authenticate using OAUTH via the SendRawCommand method. Instead of calling the imap.Login method, you would instead call imap.SendRawCommand as shown here:

string response = imap.SendRawCommand("AUTHENTICATE XOAUTH <base64_data>"); 

Your application will need to compute the OAUTH base64 string. Chilkat does not implement that computations required for generating the OAUTH data.