yahoo pop service for evolution
charles.malespin at gmail.com
Thu Jun 2 21:18:54 BST 2005
On Thu, 2005-06-02 at 16:04 -0400, Michael R Head wrote:
> On Thu, 2005-06-02 at 14:42 -0500, Charles Malespin wrote:
> > Mike, thanks for the walkthrough. Unfortunately the problem is that I
> > am trying to use fetchyahoo with evolution so that I dont have to pay
> > for the pop service from yahoo..... Thats where I am confused as to
> > what pop and Sending info to use. I have gotten the gmail to work fine,
> > but since yahoo charges I am trying to get something that can go around
> > it and still send my mail to evolution.... Sorry for the unclear
> > situation. I dont have to use fetchyahoo either, I will use any of
> > them, yahoopops(or Y!pops) is supposed to work, but on their website
> > they dont have directions on how to configure for evolution. Only
> > thunderbird and something else, and I cant get it to work either way.
> Gotcha. I just tested fetchyahoo on my computer with my (unused) yahoo
> address. It worked with evo.
> I have an account setup like this:
> Server Type: Standard Unix mbox spool or directory
> Path: /var/mail/burner
> When I run fetchyahoo, the messages from that account are then found in
> my evolution inbox for that account.
Sorry for the bombing of questions.... Ok, I set up the evolution
account the way you said, and I ran fetchyahoo through a terminal, and I
noticed that on gkrellm my number of inbox emails was going up and up as
fetchyahoo checked my inbox( I still dont know how or where to check the
gkrellm inbox btw) but nothing was coming in evolution... Did I miss
something or was I supposed to do something else? Thank you so much, and
again sorry to be such a bother!
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