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What is easiest way to access the four form elements used to login
to fido webmail on the page below?

http://www.fido.ca/portal/home/homepage.jsp?lang=en

I want to create or modify a script to retrieve fido mail without
having to use a browswer.

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Jul 19 '05 #1
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