Mojo

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* Intended to be finger friendly.
 
* Intended to be finger friendly.
 
* Supports POP3, IMAP, SMTP.
 
* Supports POP3, IMAP, SMTP.
* Implemented SSL/TLS support (currently not working with CacaoVM + GNU Classpath-, it will work with CacaoVM + OpenJDK).
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* Implemented SSL/TLS support.
 
* Supports reading HTML e-mails by converting it into plain text.
 
* Supports reading HTML e-mails by converting it into plain text.
 
* Attachements.
 
* Attachements.

Revision as of 16:05, 9 May 2009

Mojo on Om 2008.12

Mojo is one of the applications that runs on the Openmoko Phones. For a list of all applications, visit Applications

Mojo is an experimental mail client written in Java SE and SWT. It runs on top of Jalimo.

Main features

  • Intended to be finger friendly.
  • Supports POP3, IMAP, SMTP.
  • Implemented SSL/TLS support.
  • Supports reading HTML e-mails by converting it into plain text.
  • Attachements.
  • Can store e-mails locally.
  • User interface designed for quick actions. You can write and send e-mail from the same screen.

Issues

  • Very slow at the moment. It depends on the CacaoVM or JamVM optimalization.
  • SSL/TLS currently not working with CacaoVM + GNU Classpath-, it will work with CacaoVM + OpenJDK out of the box.

Installation

Source and binaries will be released at first of july 2009.

Personal tools
Mojo on Om 2008.12

Mojo is one of the applications that runs on the Openmoko Phones. For a list of all applications, visit Applications

Mojo is an experimental mail client written in Java SE and SWT. It runs on top of Jalimo.

Main features

  • Intended to be finger friendly.
  • Supports POP3, IMAP, SMTP.
  • Implemented SSL/TLS support (currently not working with CacaoVM + GNU Classpath-, it will work with CacaoVM + OpenJDK).
  • Supports reading HTML e-mails by converting it into plain text.
  • Attachements.
  • Can store e-mails locally.
  • User interface designed for quick actions. You can write and send e-mail from the same screen.

Issues

  • Very slow at the moment. It depends on the CacaoVM or JamVM optimalization.
  • SSL/TLS currently not working with CacaoVM + GNU Classpath-, it will work with CacaoVM + OpenJDK out of the box.

Installation

Source and binaries will be released at first of july 2009.