1. Sayuuk's Avatar
    Hey guys,

    I ordered the Empower HTML Mail Viewer Pro a few weeks ago.

    There is one annoying thing about this piece of software.
    When there is a hyperlink in a mail it's displayed like this:

    http://forums./.../=newthread&f=35 New Thread

    in the Standard mail application:

    http://forums.crackberry.com/newthre...newthread&f=35 New Thread


    Why isn't it like this New Thread ????

    The only advantage of the Empower solution over the default is that it can display images (what I don't use cuz it's senseless anyway) and shortens the hyperlinks a bit. However it still makes half of my mails twice as long as on the PC because it still dispays the hyperlink-target seperated from the hyperlink-caption....

    Am I just too stupid to find the option to change that or is it just impossible?

    Stefan
    01-20-08 05:38 AM
  2. GJG's Avatar
    BBEmail.....and it's free....
    01-20-08 05:17 PM
  3. Blacklatino's Avatar
    You,re not the only one. But, I'll admit that the upgrade looked a bit more appealing over the standard version

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    01-20-08 08:35 PM
  4. Sayuuk's Avatar
    Bbemail is a free email hosting service starting up - judging from their website

    Welcome to BBEmail. We are currently working to bring a new email hosting company dedicated to the customer. Creating and utilizing new and exiting technoligies to help reduce end costs, and provide a secure, usefull and fully functional service. Please use the following form to Pre-signup for news and updates, or to pre-signup for one of our Grand opening packages

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    01-20-08 11:40 PM
  5. bartystewart's Avatar
    Bbemail is a free email hosting service starting up - judging from their website

    Welcome to BBEmail. We are currently working to bring a new email hosting company dedicated to the customer. Creating and utilizing new and exiting technoligies to help reduce end costs, and provide a secure, usefull and fully functional service. Please use the following form to Pre-signup for news and updates, or to pre-signup for one of our Grand opening packages

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    I tried signing up to see what it was and get more info and the website doesn't even work... unless its my computer that reached the errors a bunch of times... which I doubt.
    01-21-08 11:06 AM
  6. scottjb's Avatar
    Hey guys,

    I ordered the Empower HTML Mail Viewer Pro a few weeks ago.

    There is one annoying thing about this piece of software.
    When there is a hyperlink in a mail it's displayed like this:

    http://forums./.../=newthread&f=35 New Thread

    in the Standard mail application:

    http://forums.crackberry.com/newthre...newthread&f=35 New Thread


    Why isn't it like this New Thread ????
    ...
    Am I just too stupid to find the option to change that or is it just impossible?

    Stefan
    There is no setting for it at the moment. They are adding that setting for the next update -- it will allow you to display the full url.
    01-21-08 09:26 PM
  7. ani's Avatar
    Hey guys,

    I ordered the Empower HTML Mail Viewer Pro a few weeks ago.

    There is one annoying thing about this piece of software.
    When there is a hyperlink in a mail it's displayed like this:

    http://forums./.../=newthread&f=35 New Thread

    in the Standard mail application:

    http://forums.crackberry.com/newthre...newthread&f=35 New Thread


    Why isn't it like this New Thread ????

    The only advantage of the Empower solution over the default is that it can display images (what I don't use cuz it's senseless anyway) and shortens the hyperlinks a bit. However it still makes half of my mails twice as long as on the PC because it still dispays the hyperlink-target seperated from the hyperlink-caption....

    Am I just too stupid to find the option to change that or is it just impossible?

    Stefan
    Stefan - the reason you don't see a link like this New Thread is because RIM systems that deliver emails to your BlackBerry strip all html tags before delivering the email.

    Now, in HTML emails internet links are marked by an opening and a closing tag.
    < a href="www.google.com">Google Searches< /a> are best.

    Any email viewer (GMail, YahooMail, Outlook, Thunderbird etc) show it as -
    Google Searches are best

    The closing tags < /a> marks the end of the link, and tells you the name of the link. However, when RIM systems parse the above email - they will just produce -

    www.google.com Google Searches are best.

    Without the closing tags, you cannot be sure where does the name of the link ends. Is it just "Google" or "Google Searches" or "Google Searches are" ?

    Thanks,
    Ani.
    01-21-08 09:46 PM
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