[BangPypers] [Tutor] Program_to_catch_changes_in_webpage
nikunjbadjatya at gmail.com
Thu May 27 10:19:28 CEST 2010
>Is it the standard Outlook Web Access(OWA) tool that
>comes with MS Exchange?
>Are you trying to write a script that talks to the web
>browser to refresh the page? Or are you looking to monitor
Yes, Talking to the web browser seems to be easiest way without notifying
On Thu, May 27, 2010 at 1:20 PM, Alan Gauld <alan.gauld at btinternet.com>wrote:
> "nikunj badjatya" <nikunjbadjatya at gmail.com>
> I am actually using a web interface for outlook mails.
> * It should periodically check for any changes in that webpage .
>> * If their is any, then notification should be sent to user. ( some
>> pop up, or some sound. )
> Is it the standard Outlook Web Access(OWA) tool that
> comes with MS Exchange? If so you can adjust your
> settings to have both an audible and visual notification
> of new mail.
> OS - Linux ( CentOS 5.4)
>> Browser - Firefox, Opera
> Although that might only work on IE under Windows...
> I've never tried on Linux although the basic GUI works OK there.
> So a thought to make a script which will automatically refresh that web
>> page, and tells to user for any new mails by popping a dialog or making a
> Are you trying to write a script that talks to the web
> browser to refresh the page? Or are you looking to monitor
> the server? I suspect the second option is easier, but could
> make you unpopular with the admin team!
> Alan Gauld
> Author of the Learn to Program web site
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