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Old 08-15-2007, 03:05 AM   #461 (permalink)
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i believed it has to do with image displayed, if image not displayed correctly, you can tick the force tcp/ip option , but it used your operator apn , not bis apn ..
so you must insert your tcp option on setting
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Old 08-18-2007, 01:38 AM   #463 (permalink)
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Ani,

I think you also said other new functionality was coming such as create a task or appointment as a follow-up which would include the email text in the note/memo field.

Is that still in the works?

Tony

Tony,

As of now we don't have any plans to implement task-managment functionality in Empower Mail Viewer. Basically because,

1. We believe its better for one product to do just one thing. A task-management app needs to be a separate product than a mail viewer. This allows the independent app to do 'more' and not be confined by the first product. In fact, thats why we made InstaSpell a separate app - had we tied it with EMV we would have been restricted to emails only, and not been able to do things like spell check in SMS etc, coloring etc. An independent product is independent and has the freedom to grow its future course without being subject to boundaries of a dependent app.

2. I also believe that ultimately, users must have a choice - even if we create a task mgmt app, it should not be tied with EMV, because a user of EMV should have the choice to use competing task management apps from other vendors. We want to ensure that people using other competitive products are not denied the opportunity to use them.

Also, at the moment, we don't have any plans for making a task-management application. We will recommend you to Trial run any of the existing task-mgmt apps (PocketDay, Follow-Up, TodoMatrix, NextAction etc). Depending upon your needs you may find the one best suited for you.

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Tony,

As of now we don't have any plans to implement task-managment functionality in Empower Mail Viewer. Basically because,

1. We believe its better for one product to do just one thing. A task-management app needs to be a separate product than a mail viewer. This allows the independent app to do 'more' and not be confined by the first product. In fact, thats why we made InstaSpell a separate app - had we tied it with EMV we would have been restricted to emails only, and not been able to do things like spell check in SMS etc, coloring etc. An independent product is independent and has the freedom to grow its future course without being subject to boundaries of a dependent app.

2. I also believe that ultimately, users must have a choice - even if we create a task mgmt app, it should not be tied with EMV, because a user of EMV should have the choice to use competing task management apps from other vendors. We want to ensure that people using other competitive products are not denied the opportunity to use them.

Also, at the moment, we don't have any plans for making a task-management application. We will recommend you to Trial run any of the existing task-mgmt apps (PocketDay, Follow-Up, TodoMatrix, NextAction etc). Depending upon your needs you may find the one best suited for you.

Thanks
Ani.
Thanks Ani and I love your application.

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Empower works fine on my emails, but if I want to view my new email while in pocket day, it does not use empower as the default viewer.

Am I missing something? Empower is set to handle all.
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So far so good for me. Thanks again Ani, very good product.
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