Exit your web browser
after using WWMM or somebody else may be able to access your mailbox
using your browser. Your account data for your mailbox are stored in
each HTML page in an encrypted string.
You do not need an account
for WWMM. You only need an account for a WWMM independent mailbox of any
Internet Service Provider which can be accessed via the Internet.
Input fields in the login form
- POP3 Mail Server
- Address of your POP3 mail server.
- Your username or login for your
- Your password for your mailbox.
- Secret password transmission using MD5, needs
to be supported by your mail server.
- Textual or tabular layout of all pages. The textual layout should be
chosen for small display sizes like Pocket PC.
- E-Mails per page
- Number of e-mails in the content list (inbox).
- Sort listing by
- The content list (inbox) can be sorted by date, sender's address
(from), subject or size.
- Sort order
- The sorting of the content list can either be ascending or descending.
- Chunk size
- A big e-mail is splitted into smaller chunks. This is the number of
characters presented in each chunk.
- Open Mailbox
- Open the mailbox according to your data in the fields above.
- Prepare Bookmark
- Prepare the URL with the mailbox account data and seetings for
- Check Cookie
- Verify if a cookie has been stored in
the browser and indicate, which data have been stored. The password
won't be shown.
WebCab.de stores the POP3 mail server address and
username in encrypted form (one-way hash) to control the number of e-mails
sent within the last 24 hours. No other information is stored besides the common logging
information of the WWW server serving WebCab.de.
If you store some of your
account data in a bookmark and use it, then these data are visible in the WWW server's log
file as plain text data. Therefore, the use of a cookie might be more
secret from this point of view.