This updated C++ application shows how to retrieve e-mail from a remote mailbox to an S60 device using IMAP and POP protocols. The usual e-mail features such as sending, editing, and deleting e-mail messages are demonstrated. The updated example has been modified to support S60 5th Edition and touch UI. Important classes: CMsvSession, CClientMtmRegistry, CMtmUiRegistry, CMsvOperation, CMsvEntrySelection, CMsvEntry, CBaseMtm.
This updated C++ example demonstrates how to create multimedia messages using the CMmsClientMtm API. The updated example has been tested to support S60 5th Edition and touch UI. Important classes: CMsvEntry, CMmsClientMtm.
This updated C++ code example implements a practical use case of location-based services. The example demonstrates a use case of requesting the global positioning system (GPS) location of another device via short message service (SMS) and displaying the distance to the device as well as its location. The updated example has been tested to support S60 5th Edition and touch UI. A self-signed version can be installed on S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 2 and newer devices.
This updated C++ example demonstrates programmatical handling of SMS messages. Messages can be sent from the application and they can be received directly into the application (that is, catching incoming messages before the user gets any notification). In addition, messages can be deleted, copied, or moved to other folders of the message store (inbox, outbox, drafts). The example has been updated to be compatible with S60 5th Edition and touch UI. Important classes: CMsvSession, CMsvEntry, CMmsClientMtm, CSmsClientMtm, CClientMtmRegistry, KMsvMessagePartBody, ESmsMtmCommandScheduleCopy, CSmsSettings, CSmsHeader.
Download this updated C++ document and code example to learn how to create Message Type Modules (MTMs) for S60 3rd Edition and later releases. The target audience is e-mail developers implementing their own e-mail protocol (for example, Push e-mail service), where preinstalled S60 platform e-mail MTMs (POP3, IMAP4) cannot be used. The package demonstrates how to develop and install an MTM, how to create an account (mailbox), how to create a simple viewer/editor implemented as a server application, how to provide support to send from other applications, and how to receive notifications of new messages. Message sending and receiving are echoed locally. Note that Symbian platform security imposes heavy capability requirements for MTMs (up to ALL-TCB capabilities) and thus the application has to be signed using the Manufacturer Approved Developer Certificate. In the updated version, information on attachment handling has been added to the document.