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Checks for messages on a specified POP3 account. Pulls the next unread message, extracts any attached files, and passes them on to the next Jitterbit processing step.

This plugin can set these global variables:

  • number_of_attachments (int): The number of attachments that were extracted.
  • subject (string): The subject of the email that had the attachment.
  • body (string): The body of the email.
  • fileX (string): X is a number from 1 to number_of_attachments.
  • from (string): The email address in the From field of the message.
  • number_of_ccs (int): The number of CC recipients.
  • ccX (string): The email address of CC recipient X, where X is a number from 1 to number_of_ccs.

Version 1.0.3

NameTypeRequiredDescription

host

string

true

Host name or IP address of the mail server to check. Default value is localhost.

username

string

true

User ID on the server.

password

string

true

Password that goes with username on the server.

port

string

false

TCP port for connecting to the server. Normally this is 110 for non-encrypted, 995 for SSL. Specify custom value as needed. Default value is 110.

trust

string

false

Set to "1" if all hosts should be trusted and certificates will not be checked. This option also forces the use of com.sun.mail.util.MailSSLSocketFactory as the SSLSocketFactory.

basedir

string

false

Location in which to save attachment files.  Defaults to the temp directory as reported to Java by the OS at runtime (java.io.tmpdir).

attachment_prefix

string

false

Prefix this string to the attachment file name. This is needed if you expect collisions in file names.

ssl

string

false

If 1, then an encrypted connection will be attempted.  Make sure to set the port property appropriately. Default value is 0.

delete_message

bool

false

If set to true, the fetched email will be marked as deleted. Default value is false.

Version 1.0.5

The POP3 File Reader Version 1.0.5 is available through the download link in the right-sidebar of this page. In addition to the above parameters, these parameters may be set:

NameTypeRequiredDescription

trust

string

false

If 1, all hosts will be trusted and certificates will not be checked. This option also forces the use of com.sun.mail.util.MailSSLSocketFactory as the SSLSocketFactory.

delete_message

bool

false

If set to true, the fetched email will be marked as deleted. Default value is false.