[CentOS] Monitor email for office365.com with fetchmail

Thu Feb 13 16:48:06 UTC 2020
Steve Clark <steve.clark at netwolves.com>

On 02/13/2020 11:40 AM, Jerry Geis wrote:

I am trying to use fetchmail to monitor box in office365.com.
Its not working.

Is there a "better" way to monitor and inbox ?

I have verified all the ports are open, using 993, using ssl, using
sslproto SSL3 etc..

Anyone done this ? Got it working.

I basically have:
machine outlook.office365.com
login myuser at mydomain
password mypassword

fetchmail --ssl --sslproto SSL3 --smtpname X -u X outlook.office365.com


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This is what I am using to fetch to my local linux system and then have thunderbird fetch from dovecot.
poll outlook.office365.com timeout 60 protocol imap
username "username" there with password "password" is "mylocalname" here
folder inbox,"Junk Email"

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