I am also interested in this .. I think i have the mail part answers but =
not the java part.
You can supposedly invoke an appli from mail - its called "appliMail", =
and it works supposedly like pictureMail (docomos branding names for =
these mova features). Though i have never seen it used.
PictureMail works like this:
If you email a URL to someone which ends in .gif , then your mail client =
displays the URL.
If you click the URL the image will load right within your mail client - =
embedded. Try forwarding this'
if you click a <http://foo.html> link obviously the browser gets =
so what happens if you mail an absolute jam urn?
I tried this with a random JAM=20
... and got an error :-(
This could be because this particular JAM was not setup with the right =
LaunchByMail" in ASF Configurations... ?
Maybe someone else on the list has another variation of sending these =
type of links, or somehow linking to ADF or JAR data
The "auto launching" that people talk about I believe is a handset =
setting. For example on my P504 I can set images (pictureMail) to auto =
download at open or reception. But default is manual download eg click =
I remember a similar setting for applimail, but it might have just been =
on the N. I cant seem to find it now on the P.
btw I dont see with this setup how one could pass parameters to the =
I also suspect this implementation is quite esoteric and handset =
dependent since noone uses it.
This is different from the doja2 feature whereby a running appli can =
query if there is any new unread mail - someone else mentioned. This is =
a fairly well documented doja api call.=20
With the 505 its also pretty well published for trusted applis there is =
access to a lot of the phones native files, such as images, email etc.
// somebody told me that it is possible to invoke the i-Appli from just =
// trigger of mail arrival. that the arrival of mail invokes some =
// or may be its mAppli ..... dont have much idea about it.
// so is there any way to invoke iAppli (or mAppli or=20
// some_form_i_dont_know) to
// invoke just by the mail arrival event, without user have to go=20
// to the mail
// and click on the link.
Received on Sun Feb 23 19:23:50 2003