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Old 06-27-2007, 07:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default BBSmart Email Viewer v2.0 OUT NOW!

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Hi All,

BBSmart is proud to announce that version 2.0 of our email viewer is now out! It's been a fun ride, and we hope that you'll really like it!

In this new version, you can expect cool features such as:
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Auto-update functionality so you can easily keep up-to-date with the latest version
For OS 4.2 devices, PIM integration! Add emails as tasks and to your calendar!
Cool new color pickers

...And More!

Head on over to our website BBSmart - Software for your BlackBerry to trial it or buy your copy now!

You can install using the Desktop Manager or OTA.

Please note that before installing this version, if you already have an existing version installed you'll have to uninstall first. Or, if you are doing an OTA install, you will be prompted to install over the top and that will work too. Also, if you have already purchased a full copy you'll have to re-activate using your activation key. This will be the only time - in future, all upgrades will come down automatically using the new update feature in this release and all your settings, etc. will be preserved.

As always, any troubles just email us straight at [email address] and we'll be happy to help you out!


But we're not resting yet! Version 3.0 is already being planned out now with more very cool features - and as always, will be available as a free upgrade. At BBSmart, we are committed to regular release cycles - meaning as we (or you) come up with more and more cool ideas, they're never far away.

Have a great day all and we really hope you like it! This release is the culmination of a lot of hard work and dedication: A lot of late nights and sore thumbs

Check it out. I promise you won't be disappointed

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Nice!!!

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Check it out. I promise you won't be disappointed

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Absolutely no doubt in my mind there.. Looks like the mobihand servers haven't been refreshed yet, the OTA link is still pointing to 1.1. I know that's outside your control, but thought I'd give you a head's up.

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Absolutely no doubt in my mind there.. Looks like the mobihand servers haven't been refreshed yet, the OTA link is still pointing to 1.1. I know that's outside your control, but thought I'd give you a head's up.

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Thanks for letting me know Don. I'll provide the OTA links here just in case they take a little while to refresh:

For OS 4.2 devices:
http://www.blackberrysmart.com/trial.../SmartView.jad

Other devices:
http://www.blackberrysmart.com/trial.../SmartView.jad

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I noticed that too. It seems the file information for the OTA install says it is 1.1 but it IS actually v2.0. And it runs like a champ!
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they havent updated the DM links either I just downloaded and it was the same.
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they havent updated the DM links either I just downloaded and it was the same.
MobiHand can be a little bit quirky sometimes...Hopefully the server will sort itself out soon

When I go to mobihand to download, it takes me to v2.0 to download...Go figure
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When I go to mobihand to download, it takes me to v2.0 to download...Go figure
Downloaded via the OTA link you supplied. Said it was 1.1 but it's indeed 2.0. Very nice job!! Playing with it now. The ability to "inject" emails into Tasks and Calender is awsome!! I live and die by that function in the office.
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Downloaded via the OTA link you supplied. Said it was 1.1 but it's indeed 2.0. Very nice job!! Playing with it now. The ability to "inject" emails into Tasks and Calender is awsome!! I live and die by that function in the office.
AND, you can Invite Attendees without being on BES!
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I just went to Mobihand and the page says version 2 but it downloaded and installed version 1.1. So it's still not right. I'll try the direct links from the post above.

OK - downloaded from the direct link above. It also reports that it is version 1.1. When I more closely checked the options it is version 2. Perhaps I was too hasty in deleting the version from MobiHand.

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I just went to Mobihand and the page says version 2 but it downloaded and installed version 1.1. So it's still not right. I'll try the direct links from the post above.

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I think the problem might actually even be browser caching - I went to MobiHand using IE and it said v1.1. Then I hit Ctrl+F5 (to force the browser to refresh the page) and it automagically changed to v2.0

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Hi All,

In this new version, you can expect cool features such as:
Attachment viewing
All the trimmings of the default email program for ALL BlackBerry devices OS >= 4.0.2 (save, mark unopened, previous/next/next unread, delete from server, etc.)
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Not quite all the trimmings . You are missing the very important function of "File" for those of us reading Corporate email from a BES. Right now, the only way to file is to exit the viewer, go back to the message list and file from there... With the default viewer, simply pressing the letter "i" brings up the list of folders and you can file the email accordingly... For someone like me who receives about 150 to 200 emails a day and mainly uses the Blackberry to read, discard and file messages... this is a show stopper...

Unless I am doing something wrong?
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Not quite all the trimmings . You are missing the very important function of "File" for those of us reading Corporate email from a BES. Right now, the only way to file is to exit the viewer, go back to the message list and file from there... With the default viewer, simply pressing the letter "i" brings up the list of folders and you can file the email accordingly... For someone like me who receives about 150 to 200 emails a day and mainly uses the Blackberry to read, discard and file messages... this is a show stopper...

Unless I am doing something wrong?
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Thanks for letting me know! One option that got accidentally left off - I'll be releasing an update coming up with that plus a couple of other things I'll notify on here when it is up and also make it available for download (so you can try out the new auto-update feature).

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Thanks for letting me know! One option that got accidentally left off - I'll be releasing an update coming up with that plus a couple of other things I'll notify on here when it is up and also make it available for download (so you can try out the new auto-update feature).

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having a problem with long emails. Bottom of screen says "retrieve more" but then get an error "Sorry. Mroe could not be retrieved. Please check your connection status and try again alter" but there is no connection issue as the first part opens fine as do others and I can use other connected apps.
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Now that V2 is out, I have a suggestion. Any chance of you working with CRS (Pocketday) to use BBSmart as an optional Pocketday email viewer? I see the two applications as complimentary versus competitive. It could be a nice win/win for all concerned.
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having a problem with long emails. Bottom of screen says "retrieve more" but then get an error "Sorry. Mroe could not be retrieved. Please check your connection status and try again alter" but there is no connection issue as the first part opens fine as do others and I can use other connected apps.
Hi HRom,

Thanks for reporting the issue. Does this happen with all your emails or just some of them? - best place to follow up on this would probably be our support line: [email address]
That's where we are most responsive

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Now that V2 is out, I have a suggestion. Any chance of you working with CRS (Pocketday) to use BBSmart as an optional Pocketday email viewer? I see the two applications as complimentary versus competitive. It could be a nice win/win for all concerned.
Yeah, I could see that happening. I'll fire off an email to them sometime soon and see what comes back
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