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NAME

       getlive - fetch mail from your Hotmail Live account

SYNOPSIS

       getlive [--config-file FILE] [--verbosity 0..100]

DESCRIPTION

       getlive is a utility that fetches mail from your Hotmail/Windows Live account. The mail is
       then presented to any filter (typically procmail) for further processing or dropping in  a
       local mailbox.

OPTIONS

       --config-file
              Default is ${HOME}/.getliverc.  The format for this file is listed below.

       --verbosity
              Higher number corresponds to greater output as command runs.

CONFIGURATION FILE

       The  configuration  file takes arguments of the form option = value.  Empty lines or lines
       commented with # are allowed.

       UserName
              Your Hotmail username, excluding the at-sign and domain.

       Domain The domain for your account, defaults to hotmail.com.

       Mode   Compatibility mode: 201003 (default), 201002, 200809, 200810, 200902, or 200909. As
              Hotmail changes the web page, new modes are added to cope with them.

       Password
              Your  account  password,  you  should restrict access to your configuration file to
              avoid this information being read by other users.

       Proxy  Hostname of proxy, if applicable.

       ProxyAuth
              Password for proxy, if applicable.

       Downloaded
              File that keeps track of IDs of messages that were  fetched  already.   Default  is
              ${HOME}/.getlive.log.

       FetchOnlyUnread
              If  Yes only messages that are marked unread are fetched. If set to Yes, Downloaded
              is ignored.  Defaults to No.

       RetryLimit
              Number of times to retry fetching a web page via curl. Defaults to 2.

       CurlBin
              Command for curl.  Default is "curl -k".

       Processor
              Any command taking the message in mbox format on its stdin and doing something with
              it.  Default is /usr/bin/procmail.

              · "/bin/cat - >> FetchedMail" might be used to drop directly in a mbox file.

              · The distribution contains also /usr/share/doc/getlive/examples/SmtpForward.pl and
                /usr/share/doc/getlive/examples/SmtpAuthForward.pl These can be used  to  forward
                the messages to an SMTP server.

       Folder Folder  that needs to be fetched.  This option must be repeated for each folder you
              want to fetch. If this option is not present then all folders will be fetched.

       MarkRead
              Whether the message will be marked  read  after  being  downloaded.   Note  that  a
              message never gets marked in any way if it's not downloaded due to it being already
              in the Downloaded file.  Defaults to No.

       Delete Whether the message will be deleted after being downloaded.  Note  that  a  message
              never gets deleted if it's not downloaded due to it being already in the Downloaded
              file.  Defaults to No.

       MoveToFolder
              Folder to which the message must be moved after being downloaded.  If this argument
              takes  the  form  @FileName  then the folder name is taken from the contents of the
              file.

              This can be used, for example, to enable a spam filter to decide to what folder the
              message must be moved. That spamfilter would be invoked by the Processor option and
              then write a folder name (for  instance  Junk  if  considered  junk)  to  the  file
              FileName.

              Note  that a message is not moved if it's not downloaded due to it being already in
              the Downloaded file.

       SkipTrash
              Whether the Trash folder handling will be skipped or not.  Defaults to No.

       BreakOnAlreadyDownloaded
              Number of consecutive already downloaded messages after which the search will stop.
              Useful to avoid slowness on extremely large Downloaded files.

AUTHOR

       getlive was written by Jos De Laender <jos.de_laender@pandora.be>.

       This  manual  page  was adapted by Tyler Trafford <ttrafford@gmail.com> and Martin Ferrari
       <tincho@debian.org> from the included Manual, for the Debian project (but may be  used  by
       others).

                                         October 28, 2007                              GETLIVE(1)