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Old 06-01-2005, 07:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all,

I've received some complains from T-MOBILE users. My BB application sends backup by email. It send them through an HTTP gateway (I know I should use the email API from BB, this is a piece of code that I kept from the J2ME version).

I use GET requests.

Are there anybody who had the same problem? If I send them by POST, will it fix the problem or has T-MOBILE a very strict policy concerning HTTP request?

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HTTP gateway? do you mean WAP Gateway? do you tack on the WAP gateway stuff on the end of your URL string? or are you using the built in tcp stack?
For me, T-mobile's devices came with bad (very awful) service books that prevented anything from working.
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HTTP gateway? do you mean WAP Gateway? do you tack on the WAP gateway stuff on the end of your URL string? or are you using the built in tcp stack?
For me, T-mobile's devices came with bad (very awful) service books that prevented anything from working.
No I meant a web server script which redirects the http request to an email address.

Well thanks for the information
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Well, HTTP connections are tricky bits of work.
If you're running a 3.7 device, you have to use a WAP gateway (carrier specific)
3.8, you should have a native TCP stack
BES/MDS, no work on your part is needed.
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