The only program I know of that can download eQSLs automatically is one written by WD5EAE and its use is deprecated by eQSL.cc because it consumes too much server resources. I thought I could modify the program to add a delay between each download, as WD5EAE provides the source code. But it is written in a horrible proprietary language called WinBatch that costs $499 for a compiler. So that's a non-starter.
I ran the command:
wget --save-cookies %TEMP%\eqsl --keep-session-cookies --post-data "Callsign=mycall&EnteredPassword=mypwd&Login=Go" -O - http://eqsl.cc/qslcard/LoginFinish.cfmwhich logged me in and saved a cookie to the file "eqsl" in my temporary folder. But when I attempted to get a list of my Inbox using:
wget --load-cookies %TEMP%\eqsl --keep-session-cookies http://www.eqsl.cc/qslcard/DownloadInBox.cfmthe page returned showed that I was not logged in. I'm not much of an expert at this sort of thing although I've used wget in scripts to download files before. But I've looked at other wget examples on the net and I can't see what's wrong with this. Can anyone help?