#121 Unabel to download Yahoo mail Beta with 0.8.7.1

Version_0.7
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nobody
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2012-10-09
2006-11-02
Louis Li
No

My Thunderbird cannot download Yahoo email since I
upgraded my account to Yahoo Beta, which was claimed to
be supported in YPOPs 0.8.7.1

Extraction from ypops.log

[11/02/06 10:52:41]

[11/02/06 10:52:41] YPOPs! Version 0.8.7
[11/02/06 10:52:41] Configuration:
[11/02/06 10:52:41] Log Mode = Advanced
[11/02/06 10:52:41] Use Proxy = 0, HTTP Proxy = -:80,
HTTPS Proxy = -:80
[11/02/06 10:52:41] Max Emails = 40, Leave as unread = 0
[11/02/06 10:52:41] Empty Trash = 1, Empty Bulk = 0
[11/02/06 10:52:41] Download Inbox = 1, Download
BulkMail = 0
[11/02/06 10:52:41] Email Category = Unread
[11/02/06 10:52:41] Proxy Auth = 0, Username = -,
Password = <HIDDEN>
[11/02/06 10:52:41] Quiet Mode = 1, Autostart = 1,
Always on Top = 0
[11/02/06 10:52:41] Network IP = 192.168.92.115, POP3
Port = 110, SMTP Enable = 1, SMTP Port = 25
[11/02/06 10:52:41] Save Sent Email = 1, Enable UIDL =
1, Ignore Exact Size = 1, Hide Tray Icon = 1
[11/02/06 10:52:41] Apply Limit to Message List = 1,
Cookie Timeout = 12000
[11/02/06 10:52:41] User Agent = Mozilla/4.0
(compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.0)
[11/02/06 10:52:41]
=========================================================================
[11/02/06 10:52:41] <> Sending POP3 response to socket
612: +OK POP3 YPOPs! proxy ready
[11/02/06 10:52:41] <> POP3 response sent: +OK POP3
YPOPs! proxy ready
[11/02/06 10:52:41] Unknown AUTHORIZATION state
command: CAPA
[11/02/06 10:52:41] <> Sending POP3 response to socket
612: -ERR Unknown AUTHORIZATION state command
[11/02/06 10:52:41] <> POP3 response sent: -ERR Unknown
AUTHORIZATION state command
[11/02/06 10:52:41] <artimis_hk> Sending POP3 response
to socket 612: +OK User name accepted, password please
[11/02/06 10:52:41] <artimis_hk> POP3 response sent:
+OK User name accepted, password please
[11/02/06 10:52:41] Starting POP3 session for "artimis_hk".
[11/02/06 10:52:41] <artimis_hk> Password received from
client.
[11/02/06 10:52:41] <artimis_hk> Creating a new session
[11/02/06 10:52:41] <artimis_hk> Connecting to Yahoo...
[11/02/06 10:52:43] Content-Type = text/html
[11/02/06 10:52:43] <artimis_hk> Page has been dumped
to 'C:\Program Files\YPOPs/artimis_hk.prelogin.html'
for analysis
[11/02/06 10:52:43] <artimis_hk> Login
URL=https://login.yahoo.com/config/login?,
DATA=.tries=1&.src=ym&.intl=us&.u=1k27mmd2kinbq&login=artimis%5Fhk&passwd=XXXXXXXXX&.challenge=FF5Sa9Xfwco7c.mJpqTXsuuNboaE&.persistent=y&.chkP=Y&.done=http%3A%2F%2Fmail%2Eyahoo%2Ecom%2F%3F%2Eintl%3Dus&.v=0&hasMsgr=0&.save=Sign%20In&.js=&.md5=&.hash=&.js=&.last=&promo=&.bypass=&.partner=&.yplus=&.emailCode=&pkg=&stepid=&.ev=&.branch=
[11/02/06 10:52:44] <artimis_hk> Page has been dumped
to 'C:\Program Files\YPOPs/artimis_hk.login.html' for
analysis
[11/02/06 10:52:44] <artimis_hk> host = login.yahoo.com
[11/02/06 10:52:44] <artimis_hk> Redirected
URL=http://mail.yahoo.com/?.intl=us
[11/02/06 10:52:47] Content-Type = text/html
[11/02/06 10:52:47] <artimis_hk> Page has been dumped
to 'C:\Program Files\YPOPs/artimis_hk.login2.html' for
analysis
[11/02/06 10:52:47] <artimis_hk> Connected to
hk.f519.mail.yahoo.com.
[11/02/06 10:52:47] <artimis_hk> Login3 URL=
[11/02/06 10:52:47] Content-Type = (null)
[11/02/06 10:52:47] HTTP GET failed. CURL error: URL
using bad/illegal format or missing URL (3)
[11/02/06 10:52:48] Content-Type = (null)
[11/02/06 10:52:48] HTTP GET failed. CURL error: URL
using bad/illegal format or missing URL (3)
[11/02/06 10:52:49] Content-Type = (null)
[11/02/06 10:52:49] HTTP GET failed. CURL error: URL
using bad/illegal format or missing URL (3)
[11/02/06 10:52:50] <artimis_hk> Login failed
[11/02/06 10:52:50] <artimis_hk> closing POP3 socket 612
[11/02/06 10:52:50] <artimis_hk> Login to Yahoo Mail
failed.

Discussion

  • Louis Li

    Louis Li - 2006-11-02

    login.html

     
  • Louis Li

    Louis Li - 2006-11-02

    prelogin.html

     

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