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Auto-provisioning POP3 or Exchange mail via UC Mini how-to.

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24th May 2008, 01:41 AM   |  #11  
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CRCinAU, thank you very much! missing this option was quite annoying to me because i had to change these options manually everytime!
If we ever meet, you'll get a Guinness from me!
Thanks again!
24th May 2008, 04:49 PM   |  #12  
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if you need a tool which creates the provisioning files for you, try
Personal OEMIZER
which can be found here: www.tierman.net

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24th May 2008, 07:52 PM   |  #13  
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Here's everything together for POP3 except for TAGPROPS for SSL. I've also added DWNDAY for the # of days to download.
Code:
<characteristic type="EMAIL2">
 <characteristic type="{05250a7a-21ff-4119-a4a5-046cfe884082}">
  <parm name="SERVICENAME" value="My Account Mail" />
  <parm name="SERVICETYPE" value="POP3" />
  <parm name="INSERVER" value="pop.server.com" />
  <parm name="OUTSERVER" value="smtp.server.com" />
  <parm name="NAME" value="your name" />
  <parm name="AUTHNAME" value="your account name" />
  <parm name="AUTHSECRET" value="your account password" />
  <parm name="DOMAIN" value="your domain if needed" />
  <parm name="REPLYADDR" value="your reply to address" />
  <parm name="LINGER" value="30" />
  <parm name="RETRIEVE" value="-1" />
  <parm name="KEEPMAX" value="-1" />
  <parm name="DWNDAY" value="7" />
  <parm name="AUTHREQUIRED" value="1" />
  <parm name="FORMAT" value="2" />
 </characteristic>
</characteristic>
You can generate your own GUID here.

While were at it I also connect to wifi to download email after a flash because reception is horrible where I live. In order to do so I need to type in my WEP key - another step. Add this to your provisioning.xml file and have sdautorun setup wifi too

Code:
<characteristic type="CM_WiFiEntries">
  <characteristic type="Your SSID">
    <parm name="DestID" value="{436EF144-B4FB-4863-A041-8F905A62C572}"/>
  </characteristic>
</characteristic>

<characteristic type="Wi-Fi">
  <characteristic type="access-point">
    <characteristic type="Your SSID">
      <parm name="DestId" value="{436EF144-B4FB-4863-A041-8F905A62C572}"/>
      <parm name="Encryption" value="0"/>
      <parm name="Authentication" value="0"/>
      <parm name="Hidden" value="0"/>
      <parm name="KeyProvided" value="0"/>
      <parm name="NetworkKey" value="your network key"/>
      <parm name="KeyIndex" value="1"/>
      <parm name="Use8021x" value="0"/>
    </characteristic>
  </characteristic>
</characteristic>
The GUID for CM_WiFiEntries in this example is directed to the internet network. You can also choose "{A1182988-0D73-439e-87AD-2A5B369F808B}" for the work network.

Under wifi you can choose "ad-hoc" instead of access-point for a computer to computer connection.

Authentication will allow for open (0), shared (1), WPA (3), WPA-PSK (4) or WPA-NONE(5).

For a full list of parameters check out MSDN. Other options are EAPType and Filter to filter out specific network types.
25th May 2008, 07:59 PM   |  #14  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Funky B

Authentication will allow for open (0), shared (1), WPA (3), WPA-PSK (4) or WPA-NONE(5).

There are a couple others on this too that aren't documented..

Authentication:
6 = WPA2
7 = WPA2-PSK

Encryption:
0 = Encrypt using 802.11 wired equivalent privacy (WEP) key.
1 = No encryption.
4 = Encrypt using Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP) sequence counters.
6 = Encrypt using Advanced Encryption Standard (AES).
25th May 2008, 08:42 PM   |  #15  
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OK guys, thank you so much for educating us!

Now that THAT'S said....

Please tell me what I'm doing wrong.. Tasks isn't in the XML so I added it along with the download the last 30 days, entire messages. Tasks blows up the XML and when I remove everything works except it wants to download the last 3 days and not the netire message...

Here's my email.xml

Quote:

<wap-provisioningdoc>
<characteristic type="Sync">
<characteristic type="Settings">
<parm name="SyncWhenRoaming" value="1"/>
</characteristic>
<characteristic type="Connection">
<parm name="Domain" value="xxxx"/>
<parm name="Password" value="xxxxxxxx"/>
<parm name="SavePassword" value="1"/>
<parm name="Server" value="mail.xxxx.com"/>
<parm name="User" value="puttingham"/>
<parm name="URI" value="Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync"/>
<parm name="DWNDAY" value="30" />
<parm name="UseSSL" value="1"/>
<parm name="RETRIEVE" value="-1" />
</characteristic>
<characteristic type="Mail">
<parm name="Enabled" value="1"/>
<parm name="EmailAgeFilter" value="3"/>
</characteristic>
<characteristic type="Calendar">
<parm name="Enabled" value="1"/>
<parm name="CalendarAgeFilter" value="5"/>
</characteristic>
<characteristic type="Contacts">
<parm name="Enabled" value="1"/>
</characteristic>
<characteristic type="Tasks">
<parm name="Enabled" value="1"/>
</characteristic>
</wap-provisioningdoc>

With the Tasks like that I get a
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The XML page cannot be displayed
Cannot view XML input using XSL style sheet. Please correct the error and then click the Refresh button, or try again later.


--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

End tag 'wap-provisioningdoc' does not match the start tag 'characteristic'. Error processing resource 'file:///C:/Document...

</wap-provisioningdoc>
--^

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so who's gna take the initiative to make one of these up for gmail? ready for people to just put username and password in?!


hm..i'll have a crack i think!

how hard would it be to code a small little program that will generate these XML files for us?

any one got any pointers?
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so who's gna take the initiative to make one of these up for gmail? ready for people to just put username and password in?!


hm..i'll have a crack i think!

how hard would it be to code a small little program that will generate these XML files for us?

any one got any pointers?

dude,
read my post #6.
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dude,
read my post #6.

thats a dead link matey!
26th May 2008, 01:08 PM   |  #19  
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thats a dead link matey!

oh come on. it seems to be only a temporary problem.
if you would google for "personal oemizer" you would have found this link:
http://tiermann.net/index.php?option...sktop&Itemid=3
which works perfectly.

just to help you out i have attached the tool.
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Well, thanks to this thread and Sleuth's UC I've finally got a nice cab file with all my AS settings preconfigured. And in my personal cab I imported my exchange server's security certificate so all is well. Hard to find was how to sync the last 30 days, that's found on page 55 of Sleuth's thread
Quote:

<parm name="EmailAgeFilter" value="5"/>

Still can't enable HTML but that's no big deal. (FORMAT doesn't work )

I carry my last 30 days, entire message with no attachments being dl'ed until I need them.

The entire script is

Quote:

- <wap-provisioningdoc>
- <!-- Mail2web Settings
-->
- <characteristic type="Sync">
- <characteristic type="Connection">
<parm name="Server" value="mail.xxxxx.com" />
<parm name="AllowSSLOption" value="1" />
<parm name="User" value="dr_puttingham" />
<parm name="Domain" value="estate" />
<parm name="Password" value="is_here" />
<parm name="SavePassword" value="1" />
</characteristic>
- <characteristic type="Settings">
<parm name="PeakStartTime" value="0800" />
<parm name="PeakEndTime" value="1800" />
<parm name="PeakFrequency" value="-1" />
<parm name="BodyTruncation" value="-1" />
- <characteristic type="PeakDays">
<parm name="Sun" value="0" />
<parm name="Mon" value="1" />
<parm name="Tue" value="1" />
<parm name="Wed" value="1" />
<parm name="Thr" value="1" />
<parm name="Fri" value="1" />
<parm name="Sat" value="0" />
</characteristic>
</characteristic>
- <characteristic type="Mail">
<parm name="Enabled" value="1" />
<parm name="MailBodyTruncation" value="-1" />
<parm name="MailFileAttachments" value="0" />
<parm name="EmailAgeFilter" value="5" />
<parm name="FORMAT" value="1" />
</characteristic>
- <characteristic type="Calendar">
<parm name="Enabled" value="1" />
</characteristic>
- <characteristic type="Contacts">
<parm name="Enabled" value="1" />
</characteristic>
- <characteristic type="Tasks">
<parm name="Enabled" value="1" />
</characteristic>
</characteristic>
</wap-provisioningdoc>

Thanks also to egoist6 for the OEMizerlink as I used that to troubleshoot the Tasks not being enabled.

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