Seems fetchmail has a -a switch to get it all.
Just need to install fetchmail now :)
On Mon, 2002-10-07 at 10:17, Stephane Dudzinski wrote:
> Funny enough, that also happened to a Friend of mine who uses both the
> web interface and a pop client. Last time i tried to send a picture
> which was around 100k, it got denied saying that quota was exceeded.
> When he looked at his account on the web, it mentionned 5 MB free, so i
> have no idea what they're playing at ...
>> Doesn't really help but just wanted to confirm the problem.
>> On Mon, 2002-10-07 at 10:10, Glen Gray wrote:
> > Is there a way to get my read email downloaded off webmail.eircom.net.
> > I've been reading the emails using the web based interface. But I've
> > reached my quota limit. There doesn't seem to be any way to get the
> > emails off the server. I can connect to the account using POP, but that
> > only retrieves unread emails. There's also no way to mark emails as
> > unread from the html interface.
> > Is there a way I can use fetchmail perhaps to get it to pull down all
> > the emails and remove them off the server.
> > It's been years since I've used fetchmail, I don't recall be able to do
> > this.
> > Any other suggestions welcome. There's a few hundred email so I don't
> > fancy going through each one forwarding it to another account.
> > Glen
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