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Old 02-11-2008, 12:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question BB8820 and Domino Web Access

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My 8820 goes through the complete cycle to access my DWA (iNotes) e-mail account, but stops short of displaying the opening screen. I get my .nsf filename at the top left of the screen with a loading indicator at the bottom - then nothing.

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You can't open iNotes on a BlackBerry. The BlackBerry browser is only a wap browser.
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Not trying to be stupid, but what is a wap browser and how is it different from the one on my laptop?
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You can't open iNotes on a BlackBerry. The BlackBerry browser is only a wap browser.
That's not entirely true. The BB will show full size web pages. Especially if you use Opera Mini 4. It will display the entire web page and then you zoom in on the area you want.
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Not trying to be stupid, but what is a wap browser and how is it different from the one on my laptop?
WAP = Wireless Application Protocol
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Thanks for the info. I'm heading out to investigate Opera Mini 4.
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Loaded Opera Mini 4, actually logged on to Domino server and can see my folders and emails, but cannot open any of the emails. Any suggestions???
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