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Re: Mail4ME: Help


Jorg,

Any progress on this?

Thanks,
Lew


At 01:18 PM 10/18/2001 +0100, you wrote:
>Lew,
>
>the J2ME specs don't say much about the protocols that have to be supported
>by a compliant device. A device vendor can decide which ones he/she wants to
>or is able to support. The only thing that's required by the specs is HTTP.
>Unfortunately that doesn't suffice for POP3 and SMTP - these two need plain
>TCP/IP sockets to work.
>
>According to some other source in the web (javamobiles.com), the i85s should
>support plain sockets, though, so the problem must be somewhere else.
>
>I think I'll move to plan b: I'll send you a version that is a bit more
>verbose about the connection process. Can take me a few hours, though,
>because I'm currently at work (at least I *should* be working <g>), so I'll
>have to do this at home.
>
>Jörg
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Lew" <lew@futureroads.com>
>To: <mail4me@enhydra.org>
>Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2001 12:14 PM
>Subject: Re: Mail4ME: Help
>
>
>Jorg,
>
>I am the CTO of Futureroads and not a programmer/developer. Sorry if I don't
>know these answers. But I don't know about "plain socket support". But we
>are using other network aware apps that pull data from web sites, etc.
>
>Lew
>
>
>At 12:57 PM 10/18/2001 +0100, you wrote:
>>Lew,
>>
>>does the i85s provide plain socket support?
>>
>>Jörg
>>
>>----- Original Message -----
>>From: "Lew" <lew@futureroads.com>
>>To: <mail4me@enhydra.org>
>>Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2001 11:56 AM
>>Subject: Re: Mail4ME: Help
>>
>>
>>Jorg,
>>
>>Sorry the i85s has no means that I'm aware of to see these things.
>>
>>Lew
>>
>>
>>At 12:45 PM 10/18/2001 +0100, you wrote:
>>>Hi Lew,
>>>
>>>does the i85s have a means to watch the MIDlet's output sent to
>>>"System.out"? If so, you might enable the "debug" switch and have a look
>at
>>>the protocol information for POP/SMTP in both directions. Maybe that
>helps.
>>>If you see *no* protocol information at all, then the connection object
>>>can't be created. I see three possibilities why this might be the case,
>but
>>>can't validate any of them due to lack of a i85s:
>>>
>>>(1) Loading classes by name doesn't work at all. Shouldn't be the case
>>since
>>>this would make the whole Generic Connection Framework useless.
>>>
>>>(2) Loading of the specific "ConnectionImpl" class used in Mail4ME doesn't
>>>work for some reason. Anybody has an idea?
>>>
>>>(3) The "microedition.platform" property isn't defined on the i85s,
>>although
>>>it should be according to the J2ME specs.
>>>
>>>The latter seems the most likely possibility to me. I'll see that I
>provide
>>>you with a JAR file that displays more info about the ConnectionImpl
>>loading
>>>process later today. Maybe this helps.
>>>
>>>Regards
>>>
>>>Jörg
>>>
>>>----- Original Message -----
>>>From: "Lew" <lew@futureroads.com>
>>>To: <mail4me@enhydra.org>
>>>Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2001 11:05 AM
>>>Subject: Re: Mail4ME: Help
>>>
>>>
>>>Don't know about anything special about Mindspring's setup. I have used
>>them
>>>for other wireless e-mail like via the Handspring Visor and Visor Phone,
>>>etc. The error occurs as soon as I press "OK" fater entering all the setup
>>>info.
>>>
>>>Thanks,
>>>Lew
>>>
>>>
>>>At 11:53 AM 10/18/2001 +0100, you wrote:
>>>>Hello Lew,
>>>>
>>>>is there anything special about the POP3/SMTP services at mindspring? For
>>>>example, do they run on a non-standard port number? Also, when exactly
>>does
>>>>the problem occur? When you press "ok" in the "setup" dialog?
>>>>
>>>>Regards
>>>>
>>>>Jörg
>>>>
>>>>----- Original Message -----
>>>>From: "Lew" <lew@futureroads.com>
>>>>To: <mail4me@enhydra.org>
>>>>Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2001 10:30 AM
>>>>Subject: Mail4ME: Help
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>> >Date: Sun, 14 Oct 2001 07:15:30 -0400
>>>>> >To: enhydra@enhydra.org
>>>>> >From: Lew <lew@futureroads.com>
>>>>> >Subject: Mail4Me error
>>>>> >
>>>>> >I just tried to execute Mail4Me on my i85s for the first time and got
>>>the
>>>>following error...
>>>>> >
>>>>> >JavaLangNullPointerException null
>>>>> >
>>>>> >The only thing I had a question about that might be wrong in the setup
>>>is
>>>>the field "hostname.hostisp.com". My host is Mindspring. I tried
>>>>mindspring.mindspring.com and just mindspring.com ... both gave me the
>>same
>>>>error.
>>>>> >
>>>>> >Thanks,
>>>>> >Lew
>>>>> >
>>>>> >
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