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
The version of the router program is `cc:Mail NT ROUTER Version 6.10.00.4'
In the following article
`I have noticed that cc:Mail Mobile lacks some of the capabilities of the desktop
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?