Alan Sobey wrote:
>> This is your problem.
>> Your mail arrives at your mailbox at eircom. If you use webmail to
> check it, it gets pulled out of your normal mailbox and into your
> webmail one (and so fetchmail won't see it). The solution is to use
> pop3 (fetchmail) or webmail exclusively - one or the other. Bit of a
> PITA, but that's the way it is.
While on this topic, does anyone know a way to transfer the mails from
your eircom webmail mailbox to your normal one?I only get the chance to
download my mails at the weekend when I'm home, the rest of the time I
use webmail to check it at work. THis leaves me with a slew of mails on
webmail that I want to download and archive, but can't get to. I tried
ftp'ing in, but no go. Anyone know how to do this?
kieran.colfer at ireland.sun.com
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