On Thu, 28 Feb 2002, Juergen Specht wrote:
> Mhm, how about a typical scenario...lets take Curt's date as
> an example: She is annoyed about so much spam on her DoCoMo
> handset, but since she owns one of the 9 million Java
> capable phone she just starts coding in J2ME or Java in her
> commuting time and develops a anti spam software working on
> her phone and interacting with DoCoMo's server. After she is
> done, she is happy and has more time for her date. Great!
Hey, the general idea worked for me. Of course, the
Java-running-on-the-phone approach doesn't strike me as working so
well. It's much better to set up an address on your mail server,
and have your MTA route your keitai mail through some custom scripts
that deal with filtering. And of course your outgoing mail from
your phone has to go through different scripts on your server to
get proper header rewriting. It took me no more than a few hours
to set up, and I'd be happy to give you the information you need
to set this up on your mail server.
> I know that the economy is weak, but do journalists get paid
> these days?
She's not a journalist; she's actually described as a researcher
and consultant, or something like that. She works for her own
company (i.e., unemployed), so I guess she doesn't get paid.
Curt Sampson <cjs_at_cynic.net> +81 90 7737 2974 http://www.netbsd.org
Don't you know, in this new Dark Age, we're all light. --XTC
Received on Thu Feb 28 04:52:39 2002