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Receive emails  on microsoft access from gmail server

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hi


is there some way to receive emails directly on a microsoft access database from gmail?


thanks
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You will have to use a third party ActiveX control like EAGetMail POP3 & IMAP4 Component (.NET/ActiveX Object).
They have very good examples on their site, but it isn't free (starting at 159.95USD - 329.95USD).
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The other option is using automation with Outlook to pull emails from Outlook. Personally I would stay away from such an option, being as Outlook itself isn't very reliable (send\receive takes a while and it gets corrupted quite often (often enough that Microsoft included scanpst.exe).
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but they software is  EAGetMail POP3 & IMAP4 Component  is quite expensive
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thanks a lot sorry for for the delay
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