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Anyone still use nPOPuk?

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Jake Page Icon Posted 2017-11-02 6:42 PM
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Tested RC2. HPC2000--Jornada 720. I could not access gmail. Kept getting a "server disconnected" error.

Will check the Win32 release in just a bit.

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gjcoram Page Icon Posted 2017-11-02 11:26 PM
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That's the same thing that happened with rc1, right?
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gjcoram Page Icon Posted 2017-11-02 11:40 PM
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Can you tell what version of OpenSSL is in nPOPuk 3.whatever that still works with GMail? I think it's in help/about.
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Jake Page Icon Posted 2017-11-02 11:42 PM
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>> That's the same thing that happened with rc1, right? <<

Yes, same rc1 errors with and without "verify the server certificates" ticked.

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Jake Page Icon Posted 2017-11-03 1:12 AM
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I didn't find the open ssl info in About. The npopuk version is "3.04b1 (SSL)". Is there someplace I might look?

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gjcoram Page Icon Posted 2017-11-03 11:30 AM
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I meant for you to see which version of OpenSSL was in the nPOPuk 3.03 (was that the version?) that works for you. But from a quick perusal of the code, it looks like the WinCE versions don't provide a way to check that from within the program.

According to this page:
http://npopuk.org.uk/3.03/downloads.html

the WinCE and PocketPC versions are using OpenSSL 0.9.8x.
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Jake Page Icon Posted 2017-11-03 12:35 PM
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Yeah, I thought you wanted a little more than the app version .

Sorry. Let me know if there's anywhere else to look.

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gjcoram Page Icon Posted 2017-11-03 1:13 PM
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I have just compiled and uploaded the "official" versions of nPOPuk for WinCE 3.0, 2.11, and 2.0:
http://npopuk.org.uk/3.04/

I'm still reviewing the other web pages before we make an official announcement (and change the default version for the redirect from npopuk.org.uk).
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Jake Page Icon Posted 2017-11-03 7:58 PM
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Unfortunately, I am still getting the same gmail ssl errors that I got on r1-r2 on my J720.

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gjcoram Page Icon Posted 2017-11-04 1:39 AM
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I suppose I could compile the 0.9.8zh DLLs and you could try using them with 3.04.
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Jake Page Icon Posted 2017-11-04 1:42 AM
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Well, it's easy for me to test it and hard for you to compile it, so it's your call all the way

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