As far as I know, the only way to achieve this is by using an API. To explain what I mean, have a look at Outlook Mail REST API reference (version 2.0) | Microsoft Docs, just to name one. If you Google the subject you will find many more API's that will do the job. You could also contact your web host and find out what type of mail server they use. In case of mine it is SmarterMail and their documentation can be found at SmarterMail Services
The only API extension that I know for Dreamweaver is https://www.dmxzone.com/go/33294/app-connect-api-data-source, which I have successfully used to retrieve YouTube videos and UnSplash images.
I hope this helps.
please anyone tell me about Dreamweaver Extension for read mail with IMAP or POP3?
You'll have to explain a bit more about what it is you are trying to do before anyone can give you a specific answer. What, Who's emails are you trying to read and where are they stored at the moment?
Maybe you are just talking about receiving individual emails sent through a webform and wanting a process script to read them in your email client.
I want to receive my webmail on admin panel dashboard off-course I am talking about that you mention .if there is any extension you know please tell me or you have any well-explained tutorial so please send me
I'm not sure I understand why you need a Dreamweaver extension to read webmail.
Any browser should be able to log you into your webmail api. Which brand of webmail do you have?
sir, I want to create inbox in admin panel dashboard where website admin can read received email easily without go to cpanel.that why I need IMAP extension for Dreamweaver or if you have any tutorial how to create inbox with reply delete options.
It can be done with PHP, there's a function called imap_open. I don't know of an extension for Dreamweaver out there that does the work for you though....
Couldn't you look at integrating one of the open source webmail clients into the dashboard, like Horde, Roundcube, SquirrelMail etc ? :
There are no such extensions available for Dreamweaver.
As I have hinted before, you are best off using an API data source to do what you want. I have used Outlook as an example and suggested that you Google the subject. I have also suggested a Dreamweaver API data source extension that can help you with the process. Yet it seems that you have ignored this and persist in wanting to use an IMAP solution.
I did do some Googling and found many commercial applications like https://www.mailgun.com/ and https://www.socketlabs.com/ that will do the job for you using their API's. I also found this one for Gmail, Gmail API | Google Developers.
While Googling, I have also come across commercial email servers, that have huge corporations as their clientele, and who have dropped support for IMAP in favour of API's. The question is how long before Gmail will do the same with Outlook to follow on its heels.
I wish you happy IMAP'ing.
Thank You Sir
Thank You Sir