Email client software program for your live trading signals

(Last Updated On: August 16, 2019)

Here is a different type a email for you. I have pretty well wrapped up the testing of this new Metatrader 4 Expert Adviser. I am looking for any email client software program you may know of that can do the following:

1. Automatically read a dedicated email for Signal attached CSV file
2. Once the email is read, have it automatically save the attachment to a specific folder path.

I believe this is a better non-programmatic way for folks to implement signals generated while the Expert Adviser to execute the trade.

Do you know that this is to run on windows only since Metatrader runs on it? Just remember that this is not my preferred operating decision, but it is a need to make people’s lives easier to implement the Analytics service with live signals.

If you have any questions about this Analytics service please let me know. Also if you can provide me a potential email client software program that you know of, please respond.

Thanks

Some were mentioned if you are already using Microsoft Outlook

You would look for the Auto Detach feature

https://www.extendoffice.com/product/kutools-for-outlook.html



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