[RELEASE] Freepops [READ YOUR HOTMAIL ON MAIL.APP]

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  1. Gonzo89

    Gonzo89 New Member

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    You'll find Freepop's in the Big Boss repo.

    Now, for this procedure you'll need Mobile Terminal, Curl, and XML Parser Toolkit (expat). They are all on Cydia, just use the search function.

    1. After installation of all Cydia apps, REBOOT is essential.

    2. Go to Terminal, and type in -

    ssh localhost -l root (Dont confuse the -l with -1. Its a lower case L. Press return to initiate the command.)

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    3. When prompted, type 'yes' (this may or may not come up, it depends)

    4. When asked for password, type alpine

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    5. Now you should be on #root

    6. Now type -

    freepopsd -p 110 &

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    If you recieve no error, you have done it correctly. There should be a number (e.g
    (1) 90), and no mention of any problems.

    7. Now, exit Terminal.

    8. Go to Mail.app if you dont have an email already installed. If you do, go to Setting>Mails, Contacts, Calendars>Add Account

    9. Go to Other

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    10. Type in your details from your hotmail account, including your proper email and password

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    11. You will get an error about POP3. Ignore, and go down to 'Incoming Mail Server'. ENSURE THAT POP3 IS HIGHLIGTED AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE.

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    12. In host name, delete what is there, and type in 'localhost'

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    13. Click save

    14. Click 'yes' on the screen which appears

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    15. Voila, it will begin to download your emails.


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    15. Go to you Settings>Mail, Calendars> Adjust the 'Show' to '200 recent messages', otherwise some messages might not be transferred.

    IF YOU GET AN ERROR ABOUT NOT BEING ABLE TO FIND LOCALHOST AFTER THESE STAGES, RESTART THE DEVICE AND START THE PROCESS AGAIN.


    Credits to this fantastic Utility to oNaiPs
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    BangBangYourDead New Member

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    looks real kool
  3. ricardofelix95

    ricardofelix95 Banned

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    No need to double post
  4. Gonzo89

    Gonzo89 New Member

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    Sorry I put it in the main section, but then realised it would be better in the jailbreak section.
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    ricardofelix95 Banned

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    It doesnt work
  6. Gonzo89

    Gonzo89 New Member

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    It does, if you put in everything right. How else would I be able to use it right now?
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    im trying this soon, i hope it works, i depend on my msn acount, does this require a premium account, i doubt it due to the "pop", but you never know

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    Nope, just a bog standard hotmail account

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  9. Ezra

    Ezra Well-Known Member

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    Wrong section.

    This should be in the application release section.

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    any idea?
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    Gonzo89 New Member

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    Restart the device and put in the command lines again. Make sure you definately are in #root, and that you get no error messages.

    I put in the wrong section I know, but I've put it in app releases to, so a mod will hopefully tidy up.
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