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|i just try it out and would suggest few things:
- automatically add user to address book when reply
- automatically white-listed everyone in the address book
|one more thing:
make it a truly portable mail system.
with a palm/pocketpc/zaurus version
i want it this way:
- i put iscribe (all version) on a sdcard
- i carry iscribe (and all my email) everywhere
- i put into my palm/pocketpc/zaurus, i have access to my email (read/send/download/etc)
- i put into my notebook card reader, i have access to my email
- i put into my linux server, i have access to my email.
how wonderfull it would be.
a TRULY MOBILE MAIL.
if you dont want to code for pocketpc,
see nPOP http://www.nakka.com/soft/npop/index_eng.html
if your iscribe write the same email format,
both can work together...
there maybe other mail client in palm/ppc/zaurus that
can be make to work with iscribe in a harmony...
|I'm not planning on supporting any more platforms than I already do. Your ideas about the address book are good though. I already plan to implement them.|
you dont need to code for pocketpc version.
because, npop is opensource.
just make few changes to the code to make both mail programs
read/write to the same mailbox file.
also, one important thing for a real mobile mail.
please have all email file compressed (gzip/bz2)
so we can make use of more space...
|The mail box format is non-trivial. I don't have enough time to work on my own projects let alone others (I don't get paid enough through online sales to do this full time). And I don't like adding dependencies to my software (like a compression DLL) that adds to the download weight and runtime size.
a built-in smtp engine.
because, while i carry my mobile mail and connect
at a cyber cafe or a wifi hotspot,
i cannot tell what smtp to use.
then, i cannot send email there...
if you managed to setup a true mobile mail,
i think you can sell them to a lot of flash disk brands
to be included in the flashdisk they manufacture.
(some brands already include similar prog called flashmail)
|built in smtp: great idea. But one I've already had. Unfortunately my ISP blocks the SMTP port outgoing at the moment so I couldn't test it if I wrote it. So I'm just ignoring it and working on bugs I already know about.
flash mail: Nice idea... I'll have to think about it. Maybe contact some manufacturers of flash.
|i can resell this to some flash manufacturer,
if you can provide an oem version.
|i can help you test the smtp function if you wish...
i believe many others also can do the same.
|Hmm, Aussie ISP blocking SMTP - sounds like optus to me.
If it is you can get this block removed easily: https://myaccount.optusnet.com.au/removemailfilter/
|dvgb: Sweet! That was easy.
Well I'm too busy at the moment but now I can look at this when I get the chance.