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Author Topic: farr yahoo mail plugin  (Read 3388 times)


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farr yahoo mail plugin
« on: July 05, 2012, 02:58:26 PM »

my yahoo mail plugin shows your yahoo in-box, allows you to compose an email and access contact addresses.
 (it is a shamefull copy of the GoogleTasks javascript by rulfzid).

the default command is
you have to login into the yahoo site as usual.  Only Once if you allow IE to remember your username and password.

How to install:
Create subfolder yahoomail in folder Plugins of FARR main folder e.g. \FARR\plugins\yahoomail\
Put all 4 files from zipfile in that folder (fscript.dll, fscript.cfi, fscript.js, yahoomail.ico)
(do not put anything else in this folder!)


  • start FARR, go to options (Ctrl-O)
  • Program Options  >> Settings >> Plugins and Update
  • press button [ Click to Examine and configure Plugins..]
  • press [ Find and Reload all Plugins ]
  • press [OK]
  • <you can overrule the command yhm by another (available) alias>
  • press [Close]
  • press [Ok]

screenshot yahoo mail plugin.jpg

When you follow links in your email. Use right-click-context-menu option back (multiple times) to go back to your inbox.



« Last Edit: July 20, 2012, 06:31:43 AM by wjamoe, Reason: added tip when following links »


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Re: farr yahoo mail plugin
« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2012, 03:04:19 PM »

Thanks for sharing this  :up: