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[6-26-09]Outlook Email Scheduler 1.0.2beta--New Imap Idle Service!!

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23rd October 2008, 05:00 PM   |  #1  
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6/26/09
Lots of fixes, see Here for info

6/19/09
New Version
Complete rewrite

5/5/09
Updated the installer, and fixed some very minor bugs

5/4/09
New Version, read more about it HERE
-added polling to IMAP
-updated SSL code to hopfully fix the random lockups
-took a shot at fixing the CPU usage problem being reported, doubtful it worked though

4/10/2009
GMail is now supported, read more about it HERE


3/2/2009
New version, which now has IMAP IDLE support. This is truely a beta release and I need testers so I can support as many server types as possible. Please read and download HERE

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Email Scheduler .72beta





.72beta(5/4/09)
-added polling to IMAP
-updated SSL code to hopfully fix the random lockups
-took a shot at fixing the CPU usage problem being reported, doubtful it worked though

.71beta(4/10/2009)
added gmail support

.70beta(3/2/2009)
added IMAP IDLE (.65beta)
fixed Exchange Server errors
added a default week setting, so it won't goof if you don't set it (.65beta)
added more server status messages, to monitor server connection status

.60beta (12/8/2008)
added settings being read back in if they exist.
fixed a few small code bugs that I don't think anyone saw.

.56beta
fixed weekends not working
fixed a registry error
minor code improvements

.55beta Notes
Fixed/Added VGA support
Fixed 24 hour bug
Added Weekend settings options
Compiled againest .net 2.0
Others (see my post here)

Email Scheduler is just that, an email scheduler. You know how exchange accounts (ie ActiveSync) are able to have a daily schedule to download messages and regular POP and IMAP accounts can't (ie, stop polling at 9pm and start back up at 7am)? This fixes all that and does so without having a constantly running program to do so. Read more about at the link below:

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Please try it out, I have only tested it on my Titan, but should work on any Windows Mobile Professional Device with the .net framework 2.0. I have not tested it on standard devices (ie no touchscreens) but would think it would work just fine. Feedback is encouraged.

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23rd October 2008, 05:57 PM   |  #2  
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How does this differ from the "scheduler" within outlook/messaging that allows one to configure how often a pop3 server should be queried for new email?

I know gmail can be setup as a pop3 account (or imap with additional PPC software or an android).

Is this only for gmail and/or yahoo?

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How does this differ from the "scheduler" within outlook/messaging that allows one to configure how often a pop3 server should be queried for new email?

I know gmail can be setup as a pop3 account (or imap with additional PPC software or an android).

Is this only for gmail and/or yahoo?

Thanks

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The one that is built in does not allow it to turn off at say 9 pm and turn back on at 7am in the morning. This allows you to set times to change those settings inside outlook. And no, ALL POP/IMAP email accounts are supported, those two in the screenshot are just demo accounts. The program pulls all the account information from pocket outlook automatically, no need to type in the info, just select the times you want to change the settings, and to what settings you want it set to. I hope this makes sense.
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GREAT APP!
Didn't mean to shout but I really think this app has merit. Would think that battery life should improve as well. I always wondered why only Exchange had something like this. WTG.
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One great feature that I would like to see is to :

select which method of connection to use Wifi, Activesync or GPS and shedule the application to connect based on that setting and download.

For example, if at home - i should be able to connect to Wifi and download emails....

when driving - use GPS/3G whatever

when out for lunch - again same

back home - switch again to Wifi and download...

wishful thinking?
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The only way "I" can think of to achieve the connection management like you want would be to disable certain ones at certain times. I have played with this idea before, and from what I can remember, the OS doesn't force a connection on an app, the app picks it from what's avail. In other words, in this program, wishful thinking is correct
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good call, I've been waiting for something like this. can't wait to not hear emails all night..
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good call, I've been waiting for something like this. can't wait to not hear emails all night..

agreed will be checking this out when i get home
disable emails after 1am and have them start back up at 7 so the wife can have a peaceful sleep
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agreed will be checking this out when i get home
disable emails after 1am and have them start back up at 7 so the wife can have a peaceful sleep

hahaha, that is the whole reason I wrote it! Glad you all like it. Any feedback? Errors?
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For users without the newest .NET framework
Is it possible to compile a version that does not need the lastest .NET framework?

It is overkill in memory to install .NET 3.5 just for this nice program.

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