[Original Software] Mail List Fetcher via IMAP and POP3 v1.4

User loads some email,pass combos,
The fetcher can auto connect to the the email’s IMAP or POP3 server
Then it fetches all emails from every folder (inbox, draft, sent, even junk, trash and user-built folder) of the email.
Then the fetcher parse every email’s header and get the email address of the sender or receiver (and cc address if it exists) and saves them into a file.

The fetcher supports any email which supports IMAP or POP3 protocol, including office365, gmail, yahoo, hotmail, aol and most emails on the market.

the format of the email,pass list is every email,pass in a straight line, user and pass separated by comma (,) or colon (:)

1. add try user before @ as username
2. fix  an error which cause new certification says ‘ssl cert error’
3. add more pre-set severs in server_list to make it auto detect more mail settings
4. optimize UI for HD scaled screen.

1. add pop menu for the list, so that user can be easy to copy the email, pass or email’s domain
2. for each email, it supports set multiple servers, fetcher can check one by one if more server were set, then it got more opportunity to detect the correct server.
3. add more pre-set server config.

1. add folder filter, now you can config which folder(s) you want to fetch, which folder(s) you don’t want to fetch.
2. support downloading attachment files from email when it’s fetching
3. support saving correct user&pass, so that user can get the correct account and remove the bad account
4. support saving results into different files for different email account
5. support variable #domain# for server config file
6. fix a bug which may cause aol email stuck when fetching

support add server config depending on mx record
like if you load emails with different domains all hosted on office365, u don’t need to add every domain one by one

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