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Re: 回复: How to use rmail.el on windows


From: Robert Thorpe
Subject: Re: 回复: How to use rmail.el on windows
Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2017 00:53:00 +0000

I don't know why this is happening.  Nor why you're getting the error
you mentioned in your previous message.

Someone else on the help-gnu-emacs list may know.  Perhaps Eli Zaretskii
has a suggestion, since I know he uses both Rmail and MS Windows.

It's possible that your Emacs was built with the switch "--without-pop"
which means that the movemail command doesn't include the POP3 capability.

BR,
Robert Thorpe


"张军峰" <address@hidden> writes:

> [1:text/plain Hide]
>
> I tested so many times, as follows:
>
>
> d:\emacs-25.1\libexec\emacs\25.1\x86_64-w64-mingw32>movemail  -p 
> 'pop://address@hidden:995' Test.mbox password
>
>
> movemail  -p 'pop://address@hidden:995' Test.mbox password
> movemail: Invalid argument for 'pop://address@hidden:995'
>
>
> d:\emacs-25.1\libexec\emacs\25.1\x86_64-w64-mingw32>
> d:\emacs-25.1\libexec\emacs\25.1\x86_64-w64-mingw32>movemail -p
> movemail -p
> Usage: movemail [-p] [-r] inbox destfile [POP-password]
>
>
> d:\emacs-25.1\libexec\emacs\25.1\x86_64-w64-mingw32>movemail -p 
> 'pop://address@hidden:995' Test.mbox 'password'
> movemail -p 'pop://address@hidden:995' Test.mbox 'password'
> movemail: Invalid argument for 'pop://address@hidden:995'
>
>
> d:\emacs-25.1\libexec\emacs\25.1\x86_64-w64-mingw32>movemail -p 
> 'pop://address@hidden:995' Test.mbox 'password'
> movemail -p 'pop://address@hidden:995' Test.mbox 'password'
> movemail: Invalid argument for 'pop://address@hidden:995'
>
>
> d:\emacs-25.1\libexec\emacs\25.1\x86_64-w64-mingw32>movemail -p 
> 'pop://address@hidden' Test.mbox 'password'
> movemail -p 'pop://address@hidden' Test.mbox 'password'
> movemail: Invalid argument for 'pop://address@hidden'
>
>
> d:\emacs-25.1\libexec\emacs\25.1\x86_64-w64-mingw32>movemail -p 
> 'pop://address@hidden' Test.mbox 'password'
> movemail -p 'pop://address@hidden' Test.mbox 'password'
> movemail: Invalid argument for 'pop://address@hidden'
>
>
> d:\emacs-25.1\libexec\emacs\25.1\x86_64-w64-mingw32>movemail -p 
> pop://smith:address@hidden Test.mbox 'password'
> movemail -p pop://smith:address@hidden Test.mbox 'password'
> movemail: Invalid argument for pop://smith:address@hidden
>
>
>
>   In my mail server, I have set POP3 Service opened:
>   
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> POP3/IMAP/SMTP/Exchange/CardDAV/CalDAV Service
> Options:
> POP3/SMTP Service
> opened |  close
>
> IMAP/SMTP Service
> closed  |  open
>
> Exchange Service
> closed  |  open
>
> CardDAV/CalDAV Service
> opened |  close
>
> (POP3/IMAP/SMTP/CardDAV/CalDAVservice support SSL Link )
>
>
>
>  
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>
> Thank you again.
>
>
>
>
> ------------------ 原始邮件 ------------------
> 发件人: "Robert Thorpe";<address@hidden>;
> 发送时间: 2017年3月12日(星期天) 凌晨3:07
> 收件人: "张军峰"<address@hidden>; 
>
> 主题: Re: How to use rmail.el on windows
>
>
>
> "张军峰" <address@hidden> writes:
>
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>>
>> Thank you!
>>    I use https://github.com/bbatsov/prelude as my emacs configuration, so I 
>> add following code in personal/custom.el:
>>
>>
>>    (setq rmail-primary-inbox-list
>>    '("pop://hengaini2055:address@hidden:995"))
>>
>>
>>    When I M-x rmail, I get the following message:
>>
>>
>>    Empty Rmail file.    Getting mail from the remote server ...
>>     movemail: Error connecting to POP server: Could not determine POP 
>> server's address
>>     (No new mail has arrived)
>>     0 new messages read
>>     No mail. [2 times]
>
> Your Elisp looks correct.  Rmail works by running the program "movemail"
> to get mail from the server.  It's useful for debugging to run movemail
> by itself.
>
> From a shell can you run:
>
> movemail -p 'pop://address@hidden:995' Test.mbox password
>
> If this command succeeds then it will create a file called "Test.mbox"
> which will contain your new mail.  If it doesn't succeed then reply here
> with the error message.
>
> BR,
> Robert Thorpe
>
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