I wish this helpful for you yes, you can access you inbox from php. Please have a look at PHP's IMAP library: http://php.net/manual/en/function.imap-open.php Unlike the name suggests, this library can work with imap, pop3 and nntp so you should not have issues with accessing your inbox.
Does that help I have a simple problem here. I want to display transactional email tab as a new menu tab in main header menu. By default it displays as System > Transactional Emails , In the same file you mentioned add
seems to work fine I'd go django admin with no second thoughts. It provides 100% what you're looking for and it suits model-editing applications. Building something from scratch would be an extremely time intensive process. Also your final code would probably do things that admin already does, possibly in a less efficient way. Even if you have no experience with the django admin application, the learning curve is not as high as developing a new interface + you will know how to use it in future projects.
I hope this helps you . If the code is working for one of the domains but not the other two, I'd guess that the propagation hasn't completed yet (if you have indeed changed to MX records). Remember not all the TTL's have the same time, therefore you might need to wait a little longer for the other two domains to propagate. What I would first of all do is check exactly where those domains point to. try this tool to find out where the domain is currently pointing to: http://mxtoolbox.com/
Gem for Send/ Receive e-mails in Rails 4 admin panel
wish help you to fix your issue There's actionmailer, which will already by bundled with your Rails installation. Integration with your Rails app would be easier with actionmailer than any 3rd party gems, since that's what it was designed for.