the xfce4-mailwatch-plugin needs you
Brian J. Tarricone
bjt23 at cornell.edu
Sun Jun 26 13:38:26 CEST 2005
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Nick Schermer wrote:
> Nice plugin but i don't get gmail working, i enabled pop on my gmail
> account and added it to the mailwatcher plugin.
> pop.gmail.com <http://pop.gmail.com>
> <name>@gmail.com <http://gmail.com>
> POP3 port: 995 (btw when you slect the box, the field is not enabled,
> you first have to close the dialog and then you can enter a port number)
> And i tried both SSL/TLS via STARTTLS but it doesn't work :(.
Gmail works fine for me. Why are you selecting a non-standard port?
You should be using "SSL/TLS on alternate port", and leave the "use
nonstandard port box unchecked. (Though, non-standard selected with
port 995 should work, since "alternate port" implies port 995. I'll
have a look.)
Also, make sure that you have POP3 support enabled in Gmail's settings.
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