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Universal email checker (POP, IMAP, Gmail, Protonmail)

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mak_kawa
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Re: Universal email checker (POP, IMAP, Gmail, Protonmail)

Post by mak_kawa »

Really great plugin, amazing (at least for me)... O.O I will try this later, thanks a lot.
mak_kawa
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Re: Universal email checker (POP, IMAP, Gmail, Protonmail)

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Hi element

I have made my email checker skin using your plugin. Everything works well as expected. Thanks a lot again.
mak_kawa
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Re: Universal email checker (POP, IMAP, Gmail, Protonmail)

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Hi element

I have made my email checker skin with reference to your Email_subject_user_time.ini in the package. And, in the plugin measures, there is a option line AddLine=1, which seems to be not in your documents page. What does this option mean?

And, in your plugin measure, the option to specify server adress is ServerAddress=. But in your page, the option is described as Address. Possibly this seems to be a typo.

Anyway, your plugin is working fine in my skin. Really fantastic. I deeply appreciate your effort for the development.
As far as I know, there is no method in Rainmeter using direct mail protocols, not WebParser scraping. Am I right? I am not sure about poiru's IMAP4 plugin story... does anyone know?
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Re: Universal email checker (POP, IMAP, Gmail, Protonmail)

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Very promising indeed... I particularly like the use of inline measure values in the String meters, rather than having to create a boatload of "child" measures. Well done!
mak_kawa
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Re: Universal email checker (POP, IMAP, Gmail, Protonmail)

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Hi element

Thank you for clarification. Your plugin is really valuable for the Rainmeter world, and will live with me from now on. :-)