CheckMail

This Action is designed for checking mail on a mail server. The check is performed via POP3 protocol. This Action can be used for getting information on new emails' arrival. Therefore, for example, the computer can be remotely managed by sending emails with particular subjects and bodies to a particular email address.

Mail Host
This is a domain name / IP address of the mail server, which supports POP3 protocol.

Port
This is the mail server's port, which is used for accepting POP3 connections. Most common value for the port is 110.

User Name
This is a login name of the user's POP3-account on the mail server.

Password
This is a password of the user's POP3-account on the mail server.

Text Delimiter between Mails
After checking mail, the Action returns the received emails as its Output Parameters. The Output Parameters contain subjects, bodies of the emails etc.
This setting defines which string should serve as a delimiter for separating different emails' bodies. If the setting is left blank, then the Carriage Return character (ENTER) will be used by default.

For example, if the delimiter is set to |||, and there are two messages on the mail server having subjects Hello and Invoice and bodies Hello, John, and Invoice from Laboratory , then the Output Parameters will have the following text blocks returned: MessSubjects will be Hello|||Invoice and MessTexts will be Hello, John, |||Invoice from Laboratory .

Results:
MessCount
This is the total number of email messages.

MessTexts
This parameter contains bodies of all messages delimited by the predefined delimiter.

MessSubjects
This parameter contains subjects of all messages delimited by the predefined delimiter.

MessUidls
This parameter contains unique identifiers of all messages delimited by the predefined delimiter.