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Old 2008-03-03, 20:08   #23
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there is a way type into run "control userpasswords2" and it should be pretty obvious from there
amazingly microsoft didnt remove this brilliant feature in vista
in fact they improved it in vista(not sure whether i would call it improved but they changeed it a lot)
i found this in a pc plus magazine at one point
edit: just realized u fixed it

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Old 2008-03-03, 20:20   #24
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I'd prefer if it was sent from and to gmail though, so I'd like info on those modules. I'll look for them right after this posting and if I find it and get it working on gmail, I'll edit or post back so you know you don't have to.
I've been trying to get the modules working...I know it requires the Net::SSleay (which, in turn, requires OpenSSL) and IO::Socket::SSL modules, but I can't get them working. Unless someone knows of an easy way and they've got it working, this is not worth the trouble.
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Old 2008-03-03, 20:34   #25
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I've been trying to get the modules working...I know it requires the Net::SSleay (which, in turn, requires OpenSSL) and IO::Socket::SSL modules, but I can't get them working. Unless someone knows of an easy way and they've got it working, this is not worth the trouble.
Are you using the Perl Package Manager to install the modules?
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Are you using the Perl Package Manager to install the modules?
No. I'll go install that, try it, and report back...
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No. I'll go install that, try it, and report back...
It comes built-in with ActivePerl, you should find it in your Start menu.
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Old 2008-03-03, 21:14   #28
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It comes built-in with ActivePerl, you should find it in your Start menu.
I can't find a repository with IO::Socket::SSL. I got the other one and its dependencies installed without a problem.

In trying to find a repository with IO::Socket::SSL, I added one that's not working right, and has locked up my PPM whenever I try to open it. What file does PPM store that list in, so I can remove that one, or reset them all?
Edit: Never mind that, I found ppm's man page, with the command to remove the misbehaving repository.

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Old 2008-03-06, 19:56   #29
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Did you ever manage to connect to gmail with TLS? I've given up.
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Did you ever manage to connect to gmail with TLS? I've given up.
Nope, I never found that IO::Socket::SSL package I need, in a repository, for Perl 5.10, although I stopped looking a while ago (after a newbie's, me, thorough search). Maybe a 5.10 PPM version of it was never made?
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OK. I finally got gmail to work using Indy 10 and openSSL. What a pain. This thing is for Win32 only. It seems to work on this XP box but I have not tested it anywhere else.

I don't think there are any loops that'll eat up 100% CPU time.
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OK. I finally got gmail to work using Indy 10 and openSSL. What a pain. This thing is for Win32 only. It seems to work on this XP box but I have not tested it anywhere else.

I don't think there are any loops that'll eat up 100% CPU time.
Sounds cool--I'll have to check it out in a Windows virtual machine sometime soon. It's probably a LOT better than my Perl script! lol
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OK. I finally got gmail to work using Indy 10 and openSSL. What a pain. This thing is for Win32 only. It seems to work on this XP box but I have not tested it anywhere else.

I don't think there are any loops that'll eat up 100% CPU time.
It works good. I like the often check without constant re-notifiers. Plus, though I don't need it, it has support for as many files as you want. And it's very nice on resources. After running it since shortly after AES posted, it's only used 4 seconds of CPU time and just over 1 meg RAM.
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