One of the main reasons for getting a smartphone was to be able to read email with it. Another reason was to be able to SSH from anywhere. Anyway, basically the already installed email app does work fairly well although Jeroen recommended ProfiMail.
One problem with the default and pre-installed mail app is, that it seems to have problems with SSL connections. For obvious reasons I want to use IMAPS and not IMAP. Sadly the mail app doesn’t work when I choose accepting the self signed SSL cert forever, but it does work when I accept it for the current session.
ProfiMail on the other hand does work similar, but has the disadvantage of listing all mails in a row starting with the oldest first. The default app is sorting the mails in a more convenient way: day by day and starts with the newest mails on top.
Another point is the notification beep when a new mail arrives. That’s somewhat annoying, when you get many mails. I haven’t found yet where to turn that sound off… 😉
UPDATE: Ah, found it! 🙂
UPDATE2: it seems as if the N97 doesn’t work well with dyndns.org hosts, because of cacheing the IP for too long. Bad bad…
UPDATE3: Erm, well, the dyndns.org update failed tonight. This was the reason for the above problems… 😉
Anyway, I took some pictures with the N97 today as well:
Not surprisingly there’s a huge difference not only in size but in quality as well when comparing the built-in N97 camera against the Nikon D90. Quite an unfair comparison anyway… 😉 At least you can better make photos with the N97 than make a phone call with the D90… 😉