Re: [NTLK] Exporting to rtf...

From: Jeremy O'Brien <>
Date: Sun Mar 29 2009 - 02:44:09 EDT

I signed up for fastmail, and tried to send an email using the following
server settings in my owner info:

smtp server:
username: (I chose the .jp suffix as my domain)
password: duh

I get the same problem I get with every other smtp connection I try to
The newton gets an IP, resolves the server via DNS, then says connecting
to and eventually times out and spits out an
error saying there was a communication problem. I am completely stuck...

On Sat, Mar 28, 2009 at 11:59:57PM +0000, Andy Hill wrote:
> Hi Jeremy,
> In terms of using Mailv and sending GIFs and text to myself, I use
> Fastmail. This works well with my Newton..
> See
> There's a free version and there are other domain names to choose, not
> just .uk.
> The email doesn't come out exactly how it looks on the Newt though. The
> text entires will appear together and there will be an attachment
> containing the GIF which comprises both the text and drawings as a
> single image. So you still have to work with it.
> Might be worth a try.
> Andy
> Jeremy O'Brien wrote:
> > ... My ideal solution would be
> > something that allows me to transfer the notes off the messagepad in an
> > rtf format (with ink text/drawings etc), as I've read someone was able
> > to do with theirs.
> >
> > 4. Tried using MailV, SimpleMail, and Eudora Pro to email my notes
> > through SMTP to myself. I tried gmail at first, realized the newton
> > can't do SSL/TLS, then tried using stunnel to route the traffic through
> > my laptop, which also failed. I then signed up for a free mail account
> > at, which offered free POP3/IMAP/SMTP access, but the newton
> > couldn't connect to it either. I'm not sure if gmx required SSL/TLS or
> > not, so I don't know if it was the newton's fault or not. Anyway, I
> > can't find a service that lets plain SMTP through.
> >

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