This is the command getmail_fetch that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
getmail_fetch - retrieve messages from one or more POP3 or POP3-over-SSL mailboxes and
deliver to a maildir, mboxrd-format mbox file, or external MDA
getmail_fetch [OPTIONS] SERVER USERNAME PASSWORD DESTINATION
getmail_fetch retrieves messages from POP3 or POP3-over-SSL mailboxes and delivers to a
maildir, mboxrd, or external MDA. This command is intended primarily for scripting, and
as such does not require a client-side configuration file, and does not record any state.
The DESTINATION argument is interpreted as follows:
If it begins with a dot or a slash and ends with a slash, it is assumed to be a path to a
If it begins with a dot or a slash and does not end with a slash, it is assumed to be a
path to an mboxrd file.
If it begins with a pipe, it is assumed to be a path to an external MDA command. Note
that arguments can be included in this string by separating them by whitespace; untrusted
data must not be used in constructing this string.
show program's version number and exit
show a short usage summary and exit
output information messages while running
output only on error
read well-formatted RFC822 message from FILE and deliver prior to connecting to POP
use port PORT instead of default (POP3: 110, POP3-over-SSL: 995)
delete messages from server after delivery
use timeout of TIMEOUT seconds instead of default 180
use APOP authentication
Use getmail_fetch online using onworks.net services