I use a free dynamic IP service which requires me to click on a link they email every 30 days. I have MANY free accounts with this service provider (though it is limited to one free account per email). Hence I receive many mails which need me to click the links so that the free dynamic IP stays alive. I have found a roundabout way by which I can receive make more than one account in the same email address. Hence the same email account gets many emails from the same sender, asking to click on a link so that my service is not disrupted.
I need a script (executable) which will be given a gmail userid and password in a text file (which i can keep changing as and when I want) and when I run this executable it will open this email account. see one-by-one the emails sent by this particular sender and click the links one by one. One of the ways of doing this is to just download the links into a temp file and then clicking them one by one.
It is a VERY EASY script and will probably take less than an hour to make if you have the tools with you. I need this to be a simple, cheap and quick project. This was part of a bigger project in which a freelancer did 80% of the work, took the money and then did not make this part. I was under the impression that this was done and 30 days later, when the confirmation came up, I was left to handle it manually.
Simply, it is
log in to gmail - copy urls from a specific sender, click the urls, move these clicked emails to trash.