POP Email Reception
Specifies a message to retrieve. Each part of the email message, body and attachments, are saved to the hard drive. Specify a message number after this parameter for a single message. If you do not specifiy a message number, all messages will be retrieved.
See the explanation under -popdelete for details on message index numbering.
When an email message from your POP3 mail server is downloaded the message parts are saved in individual files in a folder named "pop" under your system temporary directory. To view these files, at a DOS command prompt, type "cd %TEMP%\pop3".
Each email message normally will have at least one message part. The text message body part is saved as "text_plain[message number].txt". The HTML message body is saved as "text_html[message number].html". Attachments are saved with their original name. If any of the files exist, they are overwritten.
Other Parameters Required:
-popreceive <message number>
Example (cut-and-paste right into your batch file):
NetMailBot -receive -popreceive 1 -popuser username -poppassword password -popserver pop.domain.com
While -popreceive instructs NetMailBot to fetch a particular message, the -receive parameter is still required in order to actually "turn on" POP message reception. That is, -receive puts NetMailBot into "POP3 mode" as opposed to "SMTP mode" which is for sending emails.