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Thread: iPod Touch Mail.app

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    Angry iPod Touch Mail.app
    I got installer.app and ALL the iphone programs on to my iPod touch including the mail.app. Everytime I open mail in 3 seconds it crashes. The permissions are set correctly and I used the version from iPhone firmware 1.1.1 I got off of the dev teams wiki and even tried the 1.0.2 mail.app and it still crashes. Anyone have a solution? I almost finally have an iPhone without the phone but can't complete this part.

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    I can not find the mail App from 1.1.1 anywhere....can you point me in the direction
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    They're on bittorrent sites... but I wish someone would mirror them here, that would be sweet, the ones for maps and mail

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    http://www.touchdev.net/wiki/Enable_...e_Applications

    Third party apps and extension bundles linked above.

    OP: You just have to make sure you have the preferences in the proper folder.

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    I do I have them in the proper folders. Those were also the EXACT links to the files I used.

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    That sucks. I'd have to look into the directory to eval the problem.

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    Have you followed the instructions in the guide.

    When you are using your ftp program (sftp even) as well as the mail application you have to copy the following :

    /System/Library/PreferenceBundles/MobileMailSettings.bundle

    from the iPhone file into the same place on your ipod.

    I did it yesterday and it works a treat..in fact its probably the best mobile mail program i've ever used.

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    I followed the exact instruction on touchdev.net but it didn't work either

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    Install GMM.framework into /System/Library/Frameworks (only needed once, skip if already installed with Maps) 2. Install MobileMail.app in the /Applications directory 3. Install the MobileMailSettings.bundle in the /System/Library/PreferenceBundles/ directory 4. Run the command while connected to your iTouch via SSH " chmod -R a+x /Applications/* "

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    it seems that when i downloaded the unencrypted filesystem from bittorrent it worked fine thanks everyone

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    Default ?? how to add a folder for mails?
    I am trying to figure out how to add a folder to store mails. As there is an folder look icon allow you to put mails in and classify them. I guess the plist format is the same with mail application on mac machine. So it looks like

    <pre>
    <dict>
    <key>MailboxAttributes</key>
    <integer>257</integer>
    <key>MailboxName</key>
    <string>Sent Messages</string>
    </dict>
    </pre>

    I tried to mimic a new one changing the name to "Note" and the mail.app displayed it. However, after I drop the mail in the "Note" folder I can never
    find it again in mail.app, although a file is created in the directory and looks like a good one. Also I spot the Envelop Index database is updated correctly.

    Anybody can shed some light on how to set up folders? the number 257 looks magic to me.

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