I have been trying to get the Gmail java app working on my W910i phone, but have been unable to get it working. I have used the vodafone "Internet" profile for it to connect (as mentioned on a topic here somewhere), and I can sign in, but once I start to retrieve the emails I get an "sorry, gmail for mobile will not work on your phone. your phone doesn't have the appropriate certificate to communicate with the server. try accessing gmail for mobile on your mobile browser at http://mail.google.com"
I had read that this relates to the security certs on the phone (surprise surprise), but I checked and I have the correct Verisign cert installed under Java certs.
When I try to browse to the mail.google.com page I get a "communication failure. secure connection failed". I am not sure how to get past this error, but I believe it relates to not being able to use SSL on the phone, or vodafone not allowing SSL.
I haven't been able to find much info on vodafone's forums with regards to SSL or secure connection errors.
So, anyone have any ideas?
Is the cert error an indicator of something else wrong?
Has anyone with a vodafone phone been able to use the gmail app or get to the gmail site? Or connect to a secure site for that matter?