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My birth down was at one of the two last routes where steam locomotives where servicing passenger trains in Germany. So the DB (Germany Railways) collects a lot of the remaining locomotives to be located at those routes. Instead of repairing defective locomotives, they where parked on the tracks of an disused freight depot in my birth town. They parked there rusting for many years until removed one after another. It was a sad sight.
There is and it was usually done. But once the condition has reached those from the photo it is often not worthwile anymore because it has to be done on-site or you need an expensive heavy weight truck.
The locomotives from my childhood with better condition has been finally moved for scraping and the others has been scraped on-site. Interestingly they modified many of the tenders on-site to become snowploughs.
We have a requirement to download lot of files that come from a specific vendor via email. That is the only way they can send us. I am looking at some tool that can help me download attachments from those emails and save it on local machine for processing. Preferably a command line utility I can setup in task scheduler.
Any suggestions for such utility ?
We are currently on Gmail but soon be moving to Outlook so I am looking for something generic that can work with any email provider. Google is providing some answers but wanted to know what others use and if there is something that is recommended by community.
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I wouldn't think it's that hard to write what would be, in effect, a dedicated email client - looking for particular emails (from a particular sender or with a specific subject line) and download them and any attachments, and run it on a schedule.
We are currently on Gmail but soon be moving to Outlook so I am looking for something generic that can work with any email provider.
Yeah, if only someone would invent some form of generic mail access API, some kind of Post Office protocol, or internet message access protocol, so we wouldn't always have to use google to handle our email.
I've been in and out sporadically the past few years, so I probably missed some very large discussions on this, but what happened? Never really catch on as a viable feature?
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