Interesting.. Im gonna test this out now
The PSPoste Team is proud to announce PSPoste Beta1. PSPoste is the first fully functional email client for the Sony PSP, it supports the POP3 and SMTP mail protocols, allows composing, retrieving, storing and viewing of emails from multiple servers. Users can choose from 3 supported input methods; graphical overlay keyboard, p-sprint or ThinkOutside IrDa keyboard. Development will continue time and life permitting, so with that in mind, we encourage you to monitor development on our sourceforge project page http://sourceforge.net/projects/psposte/ . From there, you may also post questions on our forums, request new features and submit a bug report.
Note that PSPoste uses the memory stick to store email, so any crash, loss of power or removal of the memory stick while PSPoste is running could cause corruption and data loss of any data on the memory stick. PSPoste doesn't currently support deleting mail from the server, so mail shouldn't be permanently lost, however this is not a guarantee. There also is a current known problem with the settings.xml file; having an empty field will cause the application to crash. This could happen if, for instance, the "Incoming Server Address" is set to nothing from within the application, or if the settings.xml file is edited from outside the application.
For any comments or questions, feel free to use the forums http://sourceforge.net/forum/?group_id=161243 or to contact us at email@example.com.
Notes on mirroring: we would appreciate if sites did not mirror our releases, but instead link to the "Files" section on our sourceforge project page. Thank you in advance for your co-operation.
The PSPoste Team
Yes, I have always wanted a POP3 mail reader for my PSP. It's so much easier than having to browse to my email inbox with the PSP's browser.
Keep up the awesome work PSPoste!
should be great if its expanded around the IR keyboard!
Fascinating. For a Beta, this is an incredible application. Good work.
Now we're talking! Keyboard input would make this...Originally Posted by r2works
Thanks for the feedback.
In reply to the IrDa keyboard requests, I'll admit to beeing a bit disconnected with regards to PSP accessories... is there an official PSP keyboard we should support, or is there an unofficial PSP accessory we should support?
For users serious about using the app with a keyboard, we do support the ThinkOutside IrDa PDA keyboard: http://www.thinkoutside.com/products...r_product.html
Unfortunately, without the source, I won't be able to use that. Additionally, the utility doesn't work with multi-byte packet keyboards (such as the ThinkOutside keyboard we have).
With that said, I may consider spending time implementing a similar solution since many users seem to find the current input methods limited.
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