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PoP Mails & Send Replies

Discussion in 'Other Languages' started by Dexter6996, Dec 2, 2016.

  1. Dexter6996

    Dexter6996 Newbie

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    I want to write a Script where i can input bulk amount of Yahoo , Gmail & Hotmail . Then it will pop/Imap the incoming Mails & Send Replies Using those Email's Smtp .

    How can i do it ?
     
  2. Dexter6996

    Dexter6996 Newbie

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    any solution ????
     
  3. DonCPAMentor

    DonCPAMentor Junior Member

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    I suggest using mailgun.com
     
  4. Omoruyiik

    Omoruyiik Regular Member

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    Op I did some research for you, Thunderbird would serve you best, although you'd have to config each pop/IMAP and also send replies too.

    P.s Mailgun doesn't have pop/IMAP functions
     
  5. PB Person

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    Use mailgun mate.
     
  6. Omoruyiik

    Omoruyiik Regular Member

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    Would be nice of you to elaborate on how to use mailgun in this format, as I am also looking forward to learning how too
     
  7. Blacklistede

    Blacklistede Newbie

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    How exactly you do it depends on the programming language you choose.
    But to get emails, you need to connect to the POP servers of your provider with your login credentials and then fetch the mails. For sending mails, you use the SMTP servers of your provider.
    Your question is pretty vague though.