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login programmatically to yahoo mail. i need to bypass login page and view inbox

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i need to bypass the yahoo login page using asp.net and C#. i want to send the login credential through my program and the output should be the inbox of the yahoo mail. plz.. help...
Jun 19 '07 #1
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i need to bypass the yahoo login page using asp.net and C#. i want to send the login credential through my program and the output should be the inbox of the yahoo mail. plz.. help...
Hi and welcome to TSDN. Hope you have a great time here. I'll move this to the .NET forum so the experts there can help (if it's possible).
Jun 19 '07 #2

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i need to bypass the yahoo login page using asp.net and C#. i want to send the login credential through my program and the output should be the inbox of the yahoo mail. plz.. help...
I'm not sure what language ypops is written in, but it's open source and does some pretty nifty stuff.
Jun 19 '07 #3

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Hi zvasanth ,

I tried to access the link you pasted,but couldn't.Resources cannot be found.

Is there any other way how to do this?
Nov 9 '09 #4

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Hi April77,

What are you trying to do?
Are you trying to send an email using a Yahoo account?
Are you trying to retrieve the user's emails in their in box?

Are you developing a desktop application or web application?


It sounds like you'll be interested in researching the HttpWebRequest Class. It provides you with a way to make a request to a website in your VB.NET or C# code. You will have to know what to do with the response though.

Cheers!

-Frinny
Nov 9 '09 #5

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Look into Yahoo APIs.
Link.
Nov 12 '09 #6

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Why don't you use a open source POP3 client and get all mails from your yahoo account? you could do that using outlook too...
Nov 12 '09 #7

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