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    Default Nokia e61i

    the tested list includes the e61
    does any one know if it will work with the newer e61i ?

    thanks

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    You could provide the first test if you want
    Last edited by mmorse; 01-09-2008 at 02:09 PM.

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    Default J2ME not working on e61i as expected

    It installed fine and I was very excited. It even starts up fine, but one cannot type anything into the server, username, or password field.

    I figured out that if you press F you get to a screen where you can type. Then press done and it appears in the field...very odd behavior.

    Also I cannot actually log in. If i try my mail server at mail.domain.net it gives me a 404 which is fine, since I run zimbra on port 81. However if I use mail.domain.net:81 I get a 502 error and am not sure where I can find my log file to actually see what is going on on the tomcat/apache side of things.

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    Darn, it was worth a shot I guess.
    Though both of the issues might already have been addressed by upcoming builds:

    What your describing sounds like the fact that direct input mode is not yet supported on the phones with qwerty keyboard. Which means in order to type into the field, you first need to select (fire button), then start typing, then click menu -> ok.

    The host field originally needed http:// or https:// prefix in front of the hostname & if you are running on non-standard port you add :# at the end. ex: http://zimbra.domain.com:81

    Quote Originally Posted by JLee View Post
    Here are some of the features and tips that could be useful:

    Quick access buttons - from anywhere in the app, press 0 to go back to inbox. 9 to show first few lines of the message without actually opening it.

    Customizable shortcuts - customize up to 10 shortcuts. e.g. #0 to tag the current message with "Important". #1 to trash the current message.

    Powerful server side search - the same flexible powerful search is also available on J2ME client. Saved search is especially useful on mobile clients without a full keyboard.

    (Some of these features only work with the device specific build, and not with Generic and BlackBerry.)

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    hey, thanks for the quick reply. I tried it with the updated info http://... and now instead of the 502 error I always get, I get a 504 error, so something new and different, but still not "good". Is there a way to see if the request ever actually hits the server? If so which log file should I tail?

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    nevermind, I did it a few more times and now its back to a 502 error

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