Please note that POP3 protocol is very old and paging was never introduced in it. The POP3 was intended to synchronize remote POP3 mailbox with user's local mailbox copy the most easiest way.
The suggested routine is like this:
- get list of unique ids in remote mailbox
- compare retrieved list with local mailbox copy
- download missing mails in local mailbox sequentially
Some kind of database is required on client to hold information about already downloaded mails (unique ids) and to solve situations for deleted mails on client/server.
To get list of unique ids from server use:
pop3.GetMessageList(Pop3ListFields.UniqueId | Pop3ListFields.SequenceNumber);
You may also find
GetMessageSequenceNumber() method helpful.
Then instead paging, download mails sequentially using the
GetMessageInfo(Pop3ListFields.FullHeaders) method if you don't want to download whole message (only headers such as From, To, CC, Subject, etc. are received).