Re: [NTLK] Email storage on Card

From: Greg Hankins <>
Date: Fri Dec 14 2007 - 09:01:34 EST

Thanks for the recommendation; I will give SimpleMail a try-out.

I am having trouble getting both MailV and iNet to access one
particular POP3 account; they work fine on others.

The account lives on a GoDaddy mailserver under my business domain: The front end of the address adds another seven
characters to that. I'm getting a login error (invalid password,
though I know it's correct) and am wondering if there's a string
length limit on the login that the Newton email programs can handle.
Because fo the way the server works, my login would be about 26

Any thoughts?


Greg Hankins
Happy Hank's Honey House
Mt. Gilead, NC

On Dec 13, 2007, at 11:25 PM, Matt Howe wrote:

> I have been using SimpleMail for over a year now and I have not had
> a memory
> problem. I, of course, only do pop3 (For the newbies, SimpleMail
> only does
> pop3). I looked at Mail V but I could not see where I would gain
> anything by
> switching. And then all of this comments about Mail V gobbling up
> memory,
> I'll stick to SimpleMail. I also tried Eudora, but SimpleMail is to
> me the
> best small Email client on any platform. Thanks Simon.
> Matt (Ducky) Howe
> Owner of a MP2000U and an Emate
> (Newton)
> (Newton server)
> (Desktop)
> (desktop)
> Dan wrote:
> <snip>
> Hmm Simple mail will also do pop and was the version before Mail V
> but I
> think it has the same issue of fragmentation. One thing I don't
> believe
> was mentioned.....just erase and restore should fix the problem. You
> won't loose any data that way just get your space back.
> -Dan
> <snip>
> ====================================================================
> The NewtonTalk Mailing List -
> The Official Newton FAQ -
> The Newton Glossary -
> WikiWikiNewt -
> ====================================================================

The NewtonTalk Mailing List -
The Official Newton FAQ -
The Newton Glossary -
WikiWikiNewt -
Received on Fri Dec 14 09:01:38 2007

This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.8 : Mon Dec 17 2007 - 07:30:00 EST