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Outlook Web Access via Python PDF Print E-mail
ImageAdrian Holovaty wrote a small Python script to access Microsoft Outlook Web Access. It can do some actions by commandline via screen scraping. The script lets you access your emails (in raw format, with all headers) from the Microsoft Outlook's webmail interface. It works by screen-scraping the interface. Possible actions are:
  • Log into a Microsoft Outlook Web Access account with a given username and password
  • Retrieve all email IDs from the first page of Inbox
  • Retrieve full, raw source of the email with a given ID
  • Delete an email with a given ID (move to"Deleted Items" folder)
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Last Updated ( Monday, 05 August 2013 )
 
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