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j'utilise debian et je souhaiterais savoir comment on lit des mails de yahoo dans un shell.

je ne pense pas à l'utilisation de lynx mais plutot à l'utilisation de la commande mail

merci pour vos futurs réponses


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La commande mail, elle te permet surtout de lire tes mails locaux (genre mbox ou /var/mail/toi). ou mail -f.

man mail en fait :transpi:

À moins de te forwarder tes mails, je ne vois pas bien.

Et fetchmail de Eric Raymond ?

Extrait du man:


fetchmail is a mail-retrieval and forwarding utility; it fetches mail from remote mailservers and forwards it to your local (client) machine’s

delivery system. You can then handle the retrieved mail using normal mail user agents such as mutt(1), elm(1) or Mail(1). The fetchmail utility

can be run in a daemon mode to repeatedly poll one or more systems at a specified interval.

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Et fetchmail de Eric Raymond ?

Oui ca marche bien...encore que yahoo est "vraiment" special puis que fetchmail seul ne suffira pas ....

il faut se tourner vers fetchyahoo je pense:

Description: Retrieve mail from Yahoo!'s webmail service

FetchYahoo is a Perl script that downloads mail from a Yahoo! webmail

account to a local mail spool, an mbox file, or to procmail. It is

meant to replace fetchmail for people using Yahoo! mail since Yahoo!'s

POP and email forwarding services are no longer free. It includes all

parts and attachments within the email. It can also forward the email

to a specified address.


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