tomas at basun.net
Sat Dec 19 23:41:31 CST 2020
Another snippet. In the 200LX manual
it says (p. 29-2):
Interactive Connection, which is a continuous connection to your
Post Office that you can make if your Post Office meets certain
conditions---ask your Post Office Administrator.
Have searched the cc:Mail documentation I have access to for
"interactive" without finding anything.
What are these conditions?
On Sat, 19 Dec 2020 02:43:50 +0100, Tomas By via cctalk wrote:
> Am experimenting with a HP 200LX and cc:Mail v. 8.1, and would like to
> know more about `interactive mode.' There is a choice when connecting
> between `copy & disconnect' and `interactive.' When I try the latter I
> get a pop-up window saying
> The version of Router you are
> connecting to does NOT support
> interactive mode!
> The version of the router program is `cc:Mail NT ROUTER Version 6.10.00.4'
> In the following article
> it says
> `I have noticed that cc:Mail Mobile lacks some of the capabilities of the desktop version:
> 1. cc:Mail Mobile only allows me to "Copy unread mail and disconnect." [...]
> 2. cc:Mail on your desktop allows for an "Interactive connection to
> Post Office." Whenever an e-mail message comes in you get
> beeped. You can compose a reply on the spot and send it off immediately.'
> This desktop version is apparently Windows cc:Mail version 2.0
> But it seems odd that there would be an option for it on the Palmtop
> (and described at some length in the manual) if it just was not
> Does anybody know the conditions for using interactive mode? Which
> versions of the router program supports it?
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