4 thoughts on “POP3 Collect for Lotus Domino

  • 22.03.2008 at 17:51
    Permalink

    My Notes client can do this for me and has for many years....why would I need the Domino server to do it for me?

    Reply
  • 22.03.2008 at 18:59
    Permalink

    I wanted this a couple of years ago to gather all email from externally hosted accounts into 1 mailbox on my domino server. I did it with a fetchmail configuration, but this is much nicer. Thanks for the tip

    Reply
  • 23.03.2008 at 12:18
    Permalink

    Some may use this tool for SMB installations, where the mail accounts are not hosted on the Domino server itself. Other would like to make sure that the POP3 mail fetching is done centrally on a server as opposed to reading them from clients.

    So far from what I have heard, many different configurations are in use with this tool.

    Andy Brunner

    Reply
  • 12.03.2010 at 00:02
    Permalink

    Nice tool - I've been using it for years and it seemed to work fine.
    Unfortunately I've now discovered a serious bug, which is causing emails to get lost.

    Emails with attachments that have a specific format (not the file type, not the size, ...its the content !) wont be fetched correctly.

    Result : the email is deleted from the server but not transmitted to the target yet.
    Very sad... hope the author can help

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *