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Why do I Get WebPopPass and WebPopStat errors on Replay of my Recorded Pop3 Email script?

Why do I Get WebPopPass and WebPopStat errors on Replay of my Recorded Pop3 Email script?

Why do I get the following errors when replaying my SMTP script?


1.

WebPopPass(POP: 1 - The pop server reported an error., server error:) 

 

2.

WebPopStat(POP: 1 - The pop server reported an error., server error: -ERR Mailbox not open )


1. This error is reported because the password contained in the BDF function WebPopPass is incorrect. This function is responsible for sending the password as plain ASCII text to the server.

2. This error is a result of the function WebPopStat failing to retrieve the mailbox status after a login. The reason for this error is because the WebPopPass function presented an invalid password to the mail server and therefore a successful login did not occur and thus the status cannot be checked.

To resolve the above errors you should ensure that the WebPopPass function contains the correct mailbox password for the user.

For Example:

WebPopUser(hPop0, "User1");
WebPopPass(hPop0, "User1Password");

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