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software:checkmail [2015/08/01 16:33]
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-//The Checkmail application let's you check your remote email account status, from the command line, to see if you have new messages.//​\\ \\ 
-Checkmail uses the pop protocol to query your email account and display, the date, the sender and the subject of any new email receive since your last query. 
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-====== Screenshots ====== 
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-  rodrigo@hodja% checkmail -r mypopaccount 
-  Checkmail by rodrigo osorio 
-   (c) May 28 2008 
-  ======================= 
-  recuperation des messages.... ​ 
-  ----------------------------------------------------- 
-  M01 : Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 22:39:53 +0200 
-  M01 : From: "​Pierre lagent"​ <​pierre@agence-imo.com>​ 
-  M01 : Subject: Appartement a vendre super affaire 
-  bye! 
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-====== Usage ====== 
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-checkmail [-r] [<​account_name>​] 
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- -r : reset the application state and display the full content of the inbox and not only the last incoming messages 
- <​account_name>​ is the pop account name file located in the ~/​.checkmail directory 
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-====== Configuration Files ====== 
-In your home create a .checkmail directory and set its permission to 700 to protect it. \\ 
-In This directory you can create one file per pop account. \\ 
-The account files has the "​.act"​ extension. The file syntax the username followed by the mail server as displayed below. 
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-  % ls ~/​.checkmail ​ 
-  mypopaccount.act 
-  ​ 
-  % cat ~/​.checkmail/​mypopaccount.acc 
-  rodrigo pop.mailserver.com 
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-The account password is requested at every connection, for debugging purpose a single password can be stored in a '​pass'​ file located in the accounts directory. This password will be used for any account. 
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-====== Download ====== 
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- ​[[http://​files.bebik.net/​code/​checkmail.c|checkmail.c]] : Download the source code 
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-====== License ====== 
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-The code is delivered under [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​BSD_licenses|BSD License]]