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From Eddie Bush <>
Subject Re: [OT] HTTP "fetchmail" program?
Date Sun, 22 Dec 2002 07:05:38 GMT
Thanks!  I'll check into it :-)

Vincent Stoessel wrote:

> I think the best bet would be for you to set an http proxy for her.
> I recommend squid as the most reliable and easyest to install.
> The trickiest part will be the access list that you have to set up
> so read the docs. If you have trouble the squid access logs are your
> friend.
> Eddie Bush wrote:
>> You can check it on using a mail client that can do HTTP connections 
>> (OutlookExpress and ... surely there's another one).  That's why I 
>> figured that ... well I was hoping beyond hope that someone knew of a 
>> fetchmail-like program that would do HTTP accounts.  I suppose I 
>> could write something in JavaMail to do it, but I have other things 
>> that (much as I love my wife) need to come first.
>> David Graham wrote:
>>> If Hotmail provides POP3 support it would be news to me.  I haven't 
>>> found any info on that.  I would love to stop going to the 
>>> irritating Hotmail site and use an email client instead.  I think 
>>> that's exactly why they don't provide POP3 ;-).
>>> Dave

Eddie Bush

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