@cklassen how about using the accent color for the buttons at the end of the fields?
This won't change much for existing users (too many people hate change), but still improve things.
If you wish you can contact me for a test version with this to see how it looks like.
Unfortunately, software development is much harder than this. It is pretty rare that a solution presents itself. The Play store reviews of past night are not a motivation to continue looking into this either.
You can ignore this message. The app will automatically adapt to this change. IMHO the provider shouldn't bother people with this. I have had quite a lot of inquiries about this non issue.Hello Marcel,
nowadays I got Service-Mails from my provider freenet, that I use an "outdated authentication method" named "CRAM MD5"!
How can I change this in the settings to "password, normal"?
Following the Service Message translated with deepL:
An obsolete authentication method was used here.
Access using CRAM MD5 will no longer be possible as of 03.12.21.
The CRAM MD5 authentication method is technically outdated and no longer meets the current security requirements for the transmission and verification of access data.
In the future, transmission will only be supported via TLS or STARTTLS encryption.
If you are using a current e-mail program, it will probably make the change automatically.
However, if you no longer have access to your mailbox after 03.12.21, please make the change yourself in the program settings.
Please use the following access data:
Username: your complete e-mail address
Password: as assigned by you
Authentication method: password, normal
IMAP port: 143
SMTP port: 587
IMAP port: 993
SMTP port: 465
Encryption: TLS (SSL)
I added a screenshot of your test version, so everyone can see how it looks like. In terms of consistency it's better because now everyone can see that the icons have different functions. It would be a good thing, if you could apply this change to the next release.
I know. You can see that everytime Mozilla changes the UI of Firefox
You may dislike this mindset, but sometimes a "won't fix" is okay too too if you deem it's not feasible (e.g. costs you more resources incl. stress and time than it's gain). Especially so, if it's a bug at some edge case most of your users won't be affected from.
Please double check the email address.Hi, the app tells me that an email with sender from live.com is not found on server live.com. If I answer this email I get back an automatic reply that email could not be delivered. But if I login on my Web account, I can send this email without any problems. Any ideas on that?
I have setup an identity, let's say [email protected]
I like to see a screenshot of the error message.I have setup an identity, let's say [email protected]
I got an email from [email protected] which was send to [email protected] but forwarded to [email protected]. Therefore it is in my inbox of account main. The inbox tell me that the server isn't found (live.com). All other emails sent to [email protected] have no problems for ages
Sorry to hear, that's frustrating. Those 1 star ratings are ridiculous. Not to mention a lot of PEBCAK. Keep in mind they don't even register on the scale. Most positively love this app!I have been busy for days to find a hard to find bug and I am giving up for now due to a series of 1 star ratings for reasons which have nothing to do with the app at all. I am tired. Maybe another time. It feels like my effort doesn't matter anyway and a bug is in any case a good reason to rate bad.
We are already happy with the work you have done. And with each improvement you did, you made many of us even happier.The goal is to fix all known bugs in the current version (no knowns at this moment) and release it in the Play store publicly. After that I will put less effort into the project because adding more exotic features won't make many more people happy. The project will keep being maintained and supported though, but the time spent on support, currently a few hours each and every day, needs to go down somehow.