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GmailX0.1.2

13 November 2004

libgmail Gmail POP email checking library.

Overview

GmailX is just a 'starter' for the libgmail project. Most people find it terrifying to open that Terminal application, and actually do some hocus-pocus in it. To be honest, I was (and maybe still am) one of those persons. However, never try, never win, they say...

GmailX just starts the gmailpopd.py and gmailsmtp.py files in python, which allows to check your mail via POP3 in for example "Mail.app". However, the fact that GmailX is just a 'go between', means that the program itself doesn't affect the results you will get in your mail application. This depends entirely on libgmail and gmailpopd. With the introduction of the SMTP ability in GmailX, it is possible to send mails through your Gmail account from within your mail application.

What's new in GmailX

Version 0.1.2:
  • added SMTP support: you can now send mails through your Gmail Account from within your Mail application
  • program is now Applescript based (hopefully this will help in future to eliminate the path-problem)
  • Cleaned up the readme-file
Version 0.1.1:
  • include libgmail within the GmailX program instead of in the application folder
  • introduced .dmg format (with install and license notice)

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4 Reviews of GmailX

Anonymous
11 November 2004
Version: 0.1

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No point to this after google announced pop3 access will be released in a couple weeks.
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Anonymous
13 November 2004
Version: 0.1.2
Are you sure it will stay free?
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Anonymous
11 November 2004
Version: 0.1
Huh? I had no problem logging on to gmail with Mail.app through regular pop3 (without this). Whats the point?
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Anonymous
11 November 2004
Version: 0.1
Does what it says it will, and that, along with the fact that it is free, is well worth the price. FREE
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Anonymous
11 November 2004
Version: 0.1
No point to this after google announced pop3 access will be released in a couple weeks.
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