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My client has all his mails on yahoo. they fetch all the mnail using some software on windows and then sre popped by the clients. I need to do the same but for a solaris platform i.e fetch all the mails from yahoo on my sun machine running sendmail. Is there any software or scripts that can do the job of fetching the mail from yahoo?


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Yes. Check the following :

http://yahoopops.sourceforge.net/

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