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Re: Fetching mail from a pop3 account

From: Reiner Steib
Subject: Re: Fetching mail from a pop3 account
Date: Tue, 06 Oct 2009 18:32:30 +0200
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On Tue, Oct 06 2009, Wolfgang Pausch wrote:

> Thanks, you are right, I missed this sentence.  Unfortunately, even
> after specifying %t (and %u %p %s as well), it doesn't work.

Please post the statements (removing password, user, etc).

I'd suggest to add logging to you script.  And verify that it is
really called when you hit `g'.  E.g. add ...

exec 2> $HOME/get-all-mail.log
set -x

... near the beginning of your script.

> But my assumptions about what should happen when I hit g are
> correct?  Would you also expect that something related to fetching
> mail is written to the *Messages* buffer?

With the value ....

,----[ <f1> v mail-sources RET ]
| mail-sources is a variable defined in `mail-source.el'.
| Its value is 
| ((pop :server "" :user "[...]" :password "[...]")
|  (file))

..., I get:

,----[ *Messages* ]
| Checking new news...
| nnml: Reading incoming mail from file...
| nnml: Reading incoming mail from pop...
| nnml: Reading incoming mail (no new mail)...done

You could also edebug the function `mail-source-fetch-pop'.

Bye, Reiner.
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