Android Email Client

Android Email Client

In android development, the current sdk there is no email client.It can send email through SMS to email gateway. For a secure email client, exchange email client.Developers try to put port a javamail based client. One can modify the Android source code as well as customize k9 mail client but cannot replace or modify existing applications. One thing that a developer can do is to write an extra client using K9 or modifying the default client's code. Android mail client wont allow to choose where to store sent messages. Simply make a backup of the working directory for the email application and it should be in /data/data/ com.android.email.

POP3 is the only option at myemail.t-mobile.com. In K9, POP access to myemail.t-mobile.com still doesn't work. A sent message resulting in multiple copies of the sent message to appear in the IMAP Sent folder. G1 with the G1 Data Service" actually sends extra copies of sent messages to the IMAP Sent" folder. Using email client of emulator of android sdk second release is a problem with the email client which does not handle the same intents as Google Mail hence one can use K9 as email client.

OI Notepad uses following intent:

Intent i = new Intent();
i.setAction(Intent.ACTION_SEND);
i.setType("text/plain");
i.putExtra(Intent.EXTRA_SUBJECT, title);
i.putExtra(Intent.EXTRA_TEXT, content);

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