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An HTTP REST interface for attachments in your Gmail account.
npm install dimap -g dimap -u [email protected] -p password
You can also run dimap with XOAUTH credentials (which can be generated using my fork of node-oauth, or a similar library).
dimap -x qwerty=
Once You've Got DIMAP up and running:
The onConnection hook fires when a connection is made to the IMAP proxy, prior to negotiating a connection to Gmail through IMAP.
We've used this hook at Attachments.me to build an authentication system on top of DIMAP.
Have fun, and be careful!
Copyright (c) 2013 Attachments.me. See LICENSE.txt for further details.