Projects / SendYmail


SendYmail allows you to send email through Yahoo! Mail, using your favorite mail client. It works as a gateway between the Yahoo! Mail Web interface and your email program, and can be used in conjunction with FetchYahoo or YoSucker to emulate a POP3/SMTP-like interface.

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Recent releases

  •  04 Aug 2005 04:47

    Release Notes: This release fixes a break caused by a change in the Yahoo! login page layout.

    •  13 Feb 2005 05:44

      Release Notes: This release fixes a timeout problem, first noticed on accounts.

      •  01 Sep 2003 15:18

        Release Notes: This release mainly focuses on bugfixes. HTML form handling was improved, which fixes recent a Yahoo! Mail layout change. A problem with the "background" option was fixed. Many code fixes were made. New improvements include the option to enable or disable "logout", full Yahoo! language independence, a testing platform for debug purposes, and an independent logfile (~/sendymail.log).

        •  15 Jul 2003 02:32

          Release Notes: Many changes from the last version to this: use of Mail::Address module in the Bcc field creation function, use of HTML::Form in place of the "Get_form" function (which makes SendYmail more stable against Yahoo! changes), support for daemonization through the "background" option, and language independence: you can use any Yahoo! account to send email by disabling the "debug" option.

          •  28 Jun 2003 05:21

            Release Notes: Problems with attachments and sending messages in Pine and other mail clients werre fixed. Upgrading is recommended.


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