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- +After setting of your login data hit **Next**. You will see another form where.
-After setting of your login data hit **Next**. You will see another form where you need to click **Load emails**. +
  
     - You have to choose if it's necessary to delete emails from the server after download.     - You have to choose if it's necessary to delete emails from the server after download.
 +    - Set intervals for email downloading,​ i.e. a number of seconds at expiration to which a login to your e-mail box will be affected and several e-mails will be chosen among which the search will be executed. You can set several intervals separated by a semi-colon (;). In this case, if the correct e-mail is not found after the first interval, the system will wait for the expiration of time indicated in the second time-out to repeat the search. This process will continue until either the correct e-mail is found or all your intervals expire.
 +    - Set the number of emails downloaded from the catalog.
 +    - Set the Imap directories. Downloading letters comes from the selected folders. If the field is empty, the action works as before, downloading mail from the Inbox and Spam folders.
 +    - Click the **Load emails** button to see which letters you have in the box.
     - Choose type of text you will work with: plain text or HTML. Titles will be also included. If you will not be able to find the right data in email that you need, you can always try another option (text/​HTML).     - Choose type of text you will work with: plain text or HTML. Titles will be also included. If you will not be able to find the right data in email that you need, you can always try another option (text/​HTML).
-    - Set intervals for email downloading,​ i.e. a number of seconds at expiration to which a login to your e-mail box will be affected and several e-mails will be chosen among which the search will be executed. You can set several intervals separated by a semi-colon (;). In this case, if the correct e-mail is not found after the first interval, the system will wait for the expiration of time indicated in the second time-out to repeat the search. This process will continue until either the correct e-mail is found or all your intervals expire. 
     - Choose [[:​en:​creating-a-regular-expressions|regular expression]] to identify mail that you need. Lets say you perform registrations for many websites and you have many emails in your inbox. To perform verification you have to identify only 1 email which you need for this project. You can search for domain name, which almost always will be unique and will be included in the text of email. You can search for specific text: for example, many websites has this line in their verification emails: "Thank you for registration,​ //​your_login//"​ So you will be able to use //​your_login// ​ to identify the right one. Sometimes it will be possible to use part of email'​s subject or sender'​s name (from column). ​ \\ You can choose one of regular expressions from drop down menu or create one for yourself. You can use variables there. Variables must have correct values, it's possible only on the recording step or in debug mode.     - Choose [[:​en:​creating-a-regular-expressions|regular expression]] to identify mail that you need. Lets say you perform registrations for many websites and you have many emails in your inbox. To perform verification you have to identify only 1 email which you need for this project. You can search for domain name, which almost always will be unique and will be included in the text of email. You can search for specific text: for example, many websites has this line in their verification emails: "Thank you for registration,​ //​your_login//"​ So you will be able to use //​your_login// ​ to identify the right one. Sometimes it will be possible to use part of email'​s subject or sender'​s name (from column). ​ \\ You can choose one of regular expressions from drop down menu or create one for yourself. You can use variables there. Variables must have correct values, it's possible only on the recording step or in debug mode.
 +    - Select whether you want to delete the letter after confirmation from ZennoPoster and from the mail server.
  
 +After all settings are set up, hit **Search email** to test your regular expression. If there will be found only 1 email it will be highlighted by green, you will need to click **Next**. If there will be found several emails they will be highlighted by red and you will need to change your regular expression.
  
-After all settings are set up, hit **Search email** ​ to test your regular expression. If there will be found only 1 email it will be highlighted by green, ​ you will need to click **Next**. If there will be found several emails they will be highlighted by red and you will need to change your regular expression. ​  ​\\ ​ \\ {{:en:email_search_1_eng.png?200}} \\ +{{:en:email_search_new_en.png}}
  
  
en/email-verification.txt · Last modified: 2017/09/26 12:02 by deemer