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Webemail gateway using Perl

Posted on 1998-11-30
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How do i or where can i find a perl script that will allow me to download my mail from a webpage just like with the interface of a Hotmail, Yahoo Mail or Rocketmail style?
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Try webmail from http://webmail.woanders.de/  It seems pretty promising.
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