I get some emails with a download link to a pdf file from a website.

When i get the email with the link i need to automatic download the file.

Is there some software for it?

It is a pop3 mail and use gmail as mail client. I have Windows 10.

All software i tried is only when the pdf is directly attached to the email. Like this: attachment downloader But can not handle the link.

In the end i need to print the attachment but i got seperat software for that...

  • What mail client do you use ? – Amessihel Jan 19 '17 at 9:43
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    please add more details to your question, like the OS it should run on, etc...! – DJCrashdummy Jan 19 '17 at 10:26

Some web macro recorder software like Kantu Web Automation or iMacros for Firefox can be used to automate this task, especially if you can also open the emails inside the web browser (as opposed to using a desktop email client).

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