There is a quite good POP3/IMAP4/NNTP/RSS Reader/Editor for Windows Mobile available…it’s called QMail2 or QMail3 (actually I don’t get the idea behind the numbering…maybe you can read japanese…)
Since QMail is free everyone who is searching for a client for above mentioned protocols should take a look. The homepage itself is not really helpful since it’s in japanese…
okay…the straight “insert CD and start the setup”-Way to update from Web Edition to Standard Edition is dead end…:
This is okay so far…
but after some minutes the machine reboots and you see:
…and that’s the point where you would need physical access to the machine – or at least have KVM-access to the machine…so…we’ll try another strategy…
There is a new album from Goldfrapp…I like it although some songs sound very very similar….
This is meant to be a short note for myself and the rest of the multeem people. So if you’re not into the multeem development – just ignore.
to add a new account: / add [account-credentials – plugin dependent]
logs into a new IM identity and creates the needed channel(s), by default the user autojoined into these channel(s) while logging into multeem
to remove an account: / remove [accountname – plugin dependent]
removes a specific account and the associated channel(s).
to list the plugins: /listplugins