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Hello,
at job we have change our old mail servers with Outlook365. We have a lot of scripts that use mail, and i must 'convert' all them to new environment.
No problem for sending mail. Microsoft staff give us also an open SMPT server listening on port 25.

I need help to download mail from MS. I have big troubles because can't bypass SSL/TLS wall, using command line.
Before change, I use a wonderful Command line Pop client.  But it doesn't have SSL support.

I don't want to reinvent the well but exist, in Autoit, the way to code a POP3 client with SSL/TLS support ?
(maybe not using OUTLOOK udf, can't install office on our server [ I don't have so many licenses ] )

Thank you for your time
m.

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