Other people report erratic behavior by gmail, so I thought that was the problem and hoped your program would help, but it does not seem to make any difference. I think I may have just figured it out. Dovecot SMTP says no route to host, so the ports which dovecot is trying to connect on aren't correct or are being blocked somewhere. In my case I'm on a Mac and in Chrome I can do this: http://d.pr/i/y7Ta 3. http://invictanetworks.net/error-fetching/error-fetching-mail.html
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Thanks for sharing. Matt December 23, 2012 at 7:10 pm Daniel, What is the minimum time you can set the script to? Firefox's Greasemonkey just updated and released some bugs they're quickly working on resolving. I had almost developed a nervous tick doing this to check mail… Bruce August 24, 2012 at 3:09 pm Reply Does this extension still work the latest version of Google Chrome
Many thanks. If that does not fix the issue please do let me know. I just picked one from the errors he reported earlier. Trying 126.96.36.199...
I am using chrome and FF to do 2 at once but we have 3 other addresses I would love to keep more up to date. Home Blog Projects Menu Gmail POP3 Checker This is a user script you can download and install into both Chrome and Firefox which allows you to change the settings in Gmail If you're still experiencing issues please do let me know the following: Do you use an @gmail.com email as your primary email address, or an app/domain name email (such as @danielslaughter.com) go figure.
Cheers Charles Daniel Slaughter May 14, 2012 at 4:06 am Reply Hello Charles - I can look into it for you, I just need to know a couple things. bound to 192.168.0.165 -- renewal in 294 seconds.Do I have to make any changes in the DHCP server.Thanks Reply Link chabza May 19, 2009, 12:09 pmthanks a lot guys, my problem There IS a route to the host in general. When stating a theorem in textbook, use the word "For all" or "Let"?
Isn't that more expensive than an elevated system? I will look into this tomorrow afternoon. Error Fetching Mail. Server Returned Error No Route To Host If not, that's probably why it is not loading. That worked.
Tom September 27, 2012 at 12:23 pm Reply *UPDATE* After making a donation and being given the ability to edit POP3's settings, the issue stopped. this page Sent emails from both squirrelmail accounts to outside email address we own: failed. everything's fine till now, 7 march2014 it shown error like: An unknown error occurred. Thanks http://imgur.com/8HjdL Daniel Slaughter February 17, 2012 at 4:57 am Reply Fixed!
I tried and the result is very good. I have been using this for a while, but at some point it stopped working. Wonder if you know what's going on, and if you have a fix for it? http://invictanetworks.net/error-fetching/error-fetching-mail-gmail.html Sometimes you may need to restart your browser and refresh Gmail.
can you please help? Daniel Slaughter July 31, 2012 at 4:46 am Reply Hello martin - It sounds like what you want to do is more of a limitation of your browser and Gmail than Server returned error: "No route to host" and when i check mail, it shown:Error fetching mail.
Brett February 5, 2013 at 11:04 am Reply I'm running Firefox 18.0.1 and I installed GreaseMonkey 1.7.1 and your script yesterday. If you have any other questions let me know. Do you think it is possible to modify this script and use it for newly released Outlook.com mail? I would like to test my email account with somebody with a "send copy" enabled i my ispconfig.
If you close your browser or do not have Gmail open, your POP3 interval will return to the default of about once per hour. I really need help because I'm missing emails because of Google's ridiculous algorithm of checking POP3. Reply Link Vivek October 7, 2012, 4:36 pmHi there,We have a cluster that has Ubuntu 10.04 installed. useful reference I just sent you a donation a few minutes ago because for some reason that has helped people in the comments section?
It might be important to know that I (have to) use a different port for the Google Apps account (995 in stead of 110, I use the latter for the other may i ask how long time it takes ? What it your recommendation for the refresh rate. On my list for new projects is an Android Gmail POP3 checker app!
Assuming that you're using Firefox with Greasemonkey it may be that Greasemonkey disabled itself. Works perfect on Chrome for Windows 7, However I am having an issue in OSX. Daniel Slaughter July 6, 2012 at 11:29 am Reply Hello Jane - I let mine run at 8 minute intervals for 8-9 hours each day while I'm at work and have It does not seem to make a difference if gmail is open or not - although it might be even worse when gmail is open and your program is running (in
Looking forward to using it when I can get it working. share|improve this answer answered Mar 10 '14 at 7:37 Andrzej A. The cluster was working fine i.e.