Re: [NTLK] MailV memory usage and POP3 settings

From: R A Parker <>
Date: Wed Feb 14 2007 - 15:46:00 EST

On Wednesday, February 14, 2007 at 11:26 am Gary Dunn wrote:

> Aloha from sunny Honolulu, where
> the current temperature is 72F
> and the only salt on the roads
> comes from wind-blown sea spray.

Aloha from Tahoe! Currently, it's 37F with an expected high of 45F. Salt?! Ha! The only salt we use is to tan our bear hides!

> The other day I
> asked about handwriting recognition
> in a reply, and so far that question
> is still open, but I have not checked
> for new mail yet this morning.

I hadn't gotten around to actually sending... Just did.

> New questions:
> 1. Is it possible to locate an
> In/Out box on a memory card?
> It looks as though all new mail
> is delivered to internal memory,

While in your In/Out Box, select Prefs from the "i" menu. All Newton apps allow you to select the default Store for the app's data.

> 2. How can I check memory usage,
> especially amount taken by messages
> and amount free?

Open Extras and select Memory Info from the "i" menu.

> 3. Using POP3, can I configure
> MailV so that if I leave mail
> on the server, fetch new mail,
> then delete some messages, the
> next time I connect those mesages
> will be deleted from the server?
> I think only IMAP does that.

Yes, no, yes, long answer needed. I'll get back to you.


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