Someone pointed me to this place after I bothered enough people asking this question:
How can I batch download all my emails from my yahoo account without using pop3 (since they now ask $30 for such a thing)?
The one who pointed me here and then hurridely disappeared, suggested that a script could do that work.
It seems quite wrong that I should have to spend 150 hours manually saving all those emails when it would only take a few minutes if they were all downloaded in a lump, and I mean on a 56k.
Thanks to anyone who can help me =)
Oh, I know nothing of perl, sigh, which is why I am rather stuck and asking for a big help.
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