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Jack_10

hi

i have searched Autoit's help file but i have found only InetGet function to download from web pages.

can i use email to download file and then if is it this file (not randomly spam :) ) copy attached file and overwrite to file in directory where is curent working script

pls help

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Jack_10

hi

i have searched Autoit's help file but i have found only InetGet function to download from web pages.

can i use email to download file and then if is it this file (not randomly spam :) ) copy attached file and overwrite to file in directory where is curent working script

pls help

any ideas ? :P

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JSThePatriot

any ideas ? :)

I dont believe there will be any built in function to suit your purposes. You will have to script this thing from the beginning. Like deciding if you are going to be accessing your email from the web or a client. From there you will have to decide the best methods.

JS


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Jack_10

I dont believe there will be any built in function to suit your purposes. You will have to script this thing from the beginning. Like deciding if you are going to be accessing your email from the web or a client. From there you will have to decide the best methods.

JS

i see ...

thx for answer

i ll try do it use web page ... if i have any problems will share here :)

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