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HTTPMail Provider Smartphone Edition
Posted on 5-Nov-2004 18:31 | Tags Filed under: Software


HTTPMail Provider Smartphone Edition
HTTPMail Provider is an add-on software for Windows Mobile Smartphone Pocket Inbox that allows you to download e-mail from Hotmail, MSN or Lycos accounts. There's no need to run separate software on your desktop to enable e-mail synchronization, the only requirement is that you have an internet connection.

The software offers enhanced NLS (National Language Support) by using the same internationalization engine as Internet Explorer and other Windows CE core applications. You can send and receive e-mails in most languages, including the ones with non-latin alphabets such as Japanese, Chinese and Russian. To configure your hotmail or msn account:

Open Inbox
Press "Menu" and select "Options"
Select "Account Setup"
Press "Menu" and select "New"
Enter your name, e-mail address and press "Next"
Wait for the auto configuration to finish and press "Next"
Set the user name to your complete e-mail address, enter your password, check the "Save password" option and press "Next"
Set the server type to HTTP, enter a name for the account, set the network to "The Internet" and press "Next"
Depending on which service you are using enter "hotmail" or "msn" (without the quotes) for both the incoming and outgoing server names and press "Next"
Set the age and size filters (or leave the default values) and press "Next"
Set the auto-connect interval (or leave the default value) and press "Next"
Press "Finish"

While HTTPMail does not make any priviledged API calls it needs to be loaded by Outlook which is a priviledged application, if your phone is locked (i.e. has restricted security settings) Outlook will not be able to load it. Please contact your mobile operator for details about un-locking your phone. We suggest you try it before you buy it.






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