Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of features


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12/15/08 18:53:24 (9 years ago)
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    11== Features == 
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    3 This project in a developmental stage, so it may not have everything one would expect from a fully functional E-Mail client. However, it is already quite feature-complete for simply checking IMAP/POP folders and messages, and sending messages via SMTP. 
     3LogicMail 1.0 was developed as a simple application for checking and sending E-Mail.  It is very task-oriented in its design, and isn't intended to support features like always-connected new message notification.  (LogicMail 2.0 will change this, due to numerous requests.)  That being said, it is quite functional and useful for a lot of everyday tasks. 
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    5 Here is a somewhat disorganized list of already implemented features: 
     5Here is a somewhat disorganized list of features: 
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    77 * Support for !BlackBerry OS v4.1 and v4.0 
     
    2828   * SSL support only for dedicated SSL ports (i.e. 465) 
    2929   * SMTP AUTH support for PLAIN, LOGIN, and CRAM-MD5 
    30  * Wi-Fi TCP/IP Support (Planned for [milestone:0.4], see Notes for a quick hack to use it now) 
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    32  
    33 Here is a somewhat disorganized list of features to come: 
    34  
    35  * More caching for performance and offline usability 
    36  * Better message sending support (via SMTP) 
    37  * More software robustness 
    38  
    39 == Issues == 
    40  
    41 Here is a list of known issues: 
    42  
    43  * Mail sending (SMTP) features are not very well tested. 
    44  * To avoid code signing issues, a rather large (~7KB) MD5 library had to be bundled for CRAM-MD5 
    45  * The "Exit" menu option does not check for, or close out, mail server connections. (Resolving ticket #28 should address this) 
     30 * Wi-Fi TCP/IP Support 
    4631 
    4732== Notes == 
    4833 
    49 To use !WiFi TCP: for each IMAPS or SMTPS hostname you need to append a special string to instruct the !BlackBerry OS to connect natively using !WiFi (Note: you must enter the string in exactly as it appears including the whitespaces). 
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    51 Here are exampls of what you can enter for the hostname field for both IMAP/SMTP: 
    52  * For IMAP: {{{mail.mycompany.com:143;DeviceSide=True;ConnectionUID=S TCP-WiFi;ConnectionSetup=delayed;retrynocontext=true}}} 
    53  * For SMTP: {{{mail.mycompany.com:465;DeviceSide=True;ConnectionUID=S TCP-WiFi;ConnectionSetup=delayed;retrynocontext=true}}} 
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    5534A lot of the information on this page has become redundant due to the ticketing system on this website.  Eventually it will be made a bit more concise and organized.