Binding for Google's Gmail service, includes FTP, POP, SMTP & archive functions.
The `libgmail` project is a pure Python binding to provide access to Google's Gmail web-mail service. The library currently ships with a demonstration utility to archive messages from a Gmail account into mbox files, suitable for importing into a local email client. Also includes a demonstration utility that acts as a SMTP proxy to allow mail to be sent from any standard mail client that uses SMTP (e.g. Mail.app, Mozilla etc). New demonstration utility acts as a POP3 proxy to allow mail to be retrieved from any standard mail client that uses POP3 (e.g. Mail.app, Mozilla etc). Features demonstration utility to provide access to Gmail message attachments via a download-only FTP proxy--this allows retrieval of suitably marked attachments by a standard FTP client. Utilize more of your Gmail space!
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released on 8 November 2008
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