fetchmail and unresolved domain names
Ralph W. Reid
rreid at sunset.net
Thu Jan 10 13:41:06 EST 2008
Aha! I had not used this technique for so long that I forgot about
it. It looks like the garbage has been taken out (of my email box)
Thanks very much, and have a great day.
On Wed, Jan 09, 2008 at 11:20:52AM -0800, Gaijin wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 09, 2008 at 08:08:10AM -0800, Ralph W. Reid wrote:
> > constructive suggestions will be appreciated.
> try the following:
> telnet mail.myisp.com 110
> This should access your ISP's POP server manuallyThen log into it
> using the provided commands and delete the mail manually. If you've ever
> used the ftp program to download a file, it's basically the same thing,
> only on a POP server. If you're willing to type in some headers, you can
> also send mail using the same method, only using port 25 instead of 110.
> My loging proceedure is as follows:
> telnet mail.clearwire.net 110
> user <my full mail address>
> pass<my password>
> dele <message number>
> If you need help at any time to see what commands are available, I
> just hit <enter>. If your ISP is running bigfoot too, it should react
> the same way. HTH,
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