POPDump Crack+ Free Download [Win/Mac]

This utility was written to assist me in testing my SSH client (Putty) by retrieving all incoming e-mail from my domain’s accounts and sending it to the backup location. This is a great way of checking your domain’s e-mail accounts without having to install anything on your server.
The Program
POPDump displays the accounts available on the server, lets you choose which one you want, and then retrieves all e-mail from it. When POPDump retrieves the e-mail, it downloads it to the file system in the same directory as the original e-mail, with the same filename but with a.eml extension. You can then open the files directly in a Mail client or e.g. Outlook Express.
POPDump retrieves e-mail messages from the POP3 mailbox specified by the command line arguments. The retrieved e-mail messages will appear in a directory specified by the first command line argument. This directory will have the same name as the server, but with a.eml extension.
POPDump can also retrieve the e-mail from multiple accounts. This is accomplished by passing a comma-separated list of account names to the program. The POP3 connection is closed when all of the specified accounts have been downloaded.
You can use multiple POPDump processes to retrieve the e-mail from multiple accounts at once. This is convenient for when you want to retrieve the mail from several accounts in the same directory. If you want to retrieve e-mail from multiple accounts from the same server, you need to have at least two different accounts in that server.
1. POPDump will not retrieve new e-mail from any server that is not publicly accessible. This means that if your server is located behind a firewall, you will have to access it over a public Internet connection.
2. The e-mail headers are retrieved from the server when POPDump retrieves the e-mail. You will be able to see the exact date and time that the e-mail was retrieved.
3. If the POP3 server has the “honeypot” enabled, the account will not be listed in the available accounts list. If you can see an account you’re not expecting, please contact me via e-mail (info@popdump.com).

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POPDump Crack [Latest 2022]

While doing POPDump Cracked Version, I got a request for a “keymacro” for the POP3 command “dump”. The Macro name should be: GetAllMessages and it should retrieve all messages and store them in an EML file.
Sample usage:
“pop3dumper.exe -dump allmail.eml”
But for some strange reason, I am having problems doing it.
The last bit of code I could insert was:
Message msg = new Message(client);
MessagePart inbox = msg.GetMessagePart(0);
client.Port = 12345;

//now use the magic!

//what next?

client.StoreMessages(storeType, inbox.EntryID, inbox.EntryIndex, true);

Where the MessageStore.Add(inbox) is supposed to be the “Keymacro” in the request.
So basically the “GetAllMessages” macro or command or whatever you call it, will have to wait till I actually get to finishing the program.
Any help will be appreciated!


I just got an answer to the problem.
You need to add the following line of code in your Dump command:
client.StoreMessages(storeType, inbox.EntryID, inbox.EntryIndex, true);

This has to be done every time you want to dump the messages in the mailbox. It is also better to store this information in a separate file called “allmail.eml” and add it to the EML folder in Outlook Express.
If you try to add the message using POP3Dump, you get an error message telling you that the entryID and entryindex is null. I have noticed that it is better to add the message in the EML folder, and store the corresponding entryID and entryIndex somewhere else.


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The POPDump application was originally designed to be a small command line tool that retrieves all e-mail messages from a POP3 mailbox and dumps them as EML files. The eml files can be opened in e.g. Outlook Express.
POPDump aims to be small, fast, usable and efficient for daily POP3 mailbox browsing.


POPDump is a small utility for retrieving and saving all your e-mail messages from your POP3 mailbox into a text file.

POPDump email-id@server-host.com:/POP3/Mailbox/imap/all/label/YYYYMMDD.eml

If you need to be more specific, you can add a “;label” line to your command. The label is optional, but most people use it.

POPDump email-id@server-host.com:/POP3/Mailbox/imap/all/label/YYYYMMDD;tag1/tag2/tag3.eml

You can also combine the “;label” and the “;tag” lines. It will give you the list of all e-mails that have all the tags listed.

You can use the “-d” switch to specify the mail folder and the “-f” switch to specify the email address where to save the file.


POPDump the whole mail store on my mail server:

popdump -f email@domain.com -d Mailbox.imap -t -y YYYYMMDD

And then open the file to have a look at it:

open email.eml

If you have a dynamic POP3 server, use the “-t” switch to have the full list of all received messages:

popdump -f mail@server.com -d Mailbox.imap -t -y YYYYMMDD

If you only need a list of e-mails that have some specific tags, use the “-t -n” switch, and specify the tags to look for:

popdump -f mail@server.com –

What’s New In?

This tool retrieves all messages from the currently selected inbox in a POP3 mailbox and dumps them to an eml file.

popdump [OPTION] [inbox [SUB]SUB]

popdump -inbox INBOX_NAME -username USER_NAME -password PASSWORD

-i INBOX_NAME : To specify the name of the mailbox to be dumped.
-u USER_NAME : Username of the user that owns the inbox to be dumped.
-p PASSWORD : Password of the user that owns the inbox to be dumped.
-o OUTPUT_PATH : Specifies the path of the output e-mail file. If this option is not used, then the messages will be dumped into the current directory.
-r : Restricts the dump to a certain list of e-mail addresses (currently only the IMAP ID).
-s : By default the dump will dump all messages, except for those that match the specified list of filters. You can use this option to specify the filters for the dump (comma-separated), in case you have several rules set up.
-z : Dump the message count for each e-mail address (that would otherwise not be dumped)

Additional options:
-c : Dump the count of the size of each message (in KB)
-l : Dump the address of the last message received (for IMAP)
-p : Dump the size of each message (in bytes)
-m : Dump the count of the number of messages
-S : Dump the total size of the messages (in KB)
-u : Dump the user (from POP3)
-x : Dump the date the message was received (from POP3)
-o : Specifies the base path of the output e-mail file. If this option is not used, then the messages will be dumped into the current directory.
-s : Dump the size of each message (in bytes)

Additional options for the SIZE option only:
-f : Dump the count of the number of messages
-n : Dump the size of each message (in bytes)
-t : Dump the date of the last access (from POP3)
-x : Dump the size of each message (in bytes)
-p : Dump the last unread message (from IMAP)
-x : Dump the date of the last access (from IMAP)
-r : Dump the count of the number of messages

System Requirements:

Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, or Mac OS 10.7 or later (For Windows 10 and later editions, both 64-bit and 32-bit are supported. We recommend the 64-bit edition).
16 GB RAM or more (For Windows 10 and later editions, 64-bit support requires 32 GB of RAM, and 32-bit support requires at least 24 GB of RAM)
1 GHz processor or better (for Windows 10 and later editions, a multicore processor will increase performance)


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