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Re: Id (null)
Re: Id (null)
Fri, 18 Sep 2009 23:11:15 +0200
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Am Freitag, 18. September 2009 schrieb Pawel Kot:
> On Fri, Sep 18, 2009 at 06:58, Carsten Grohmann <address@hidden>
> > today I played a little bit with gnokii and my Nokia 6021. The "--
> > showsmsfolderstatus" commands prints the
> > $ gnokii --showsmsfolderstatus
> > GNOKII Version 0.6.29git
> > No. Name Id #Msg
> > ========================================================
> > 0 Eingang IN 6
> > 1 Gesendete Obj. OU 1
> > 2 Gespeich. Kurzm. AR 0
> > 3 Vorlagen TE 21
> > 4 Ausgang (null) 22
> > I'm realy wondering about the id of the folder "Ausgang" (English:
> > "Outbox").
> What's the difference between Gesendete Obj. and Ausgang? How is it
> named when you change the language to English? May it be a folder
> created by yourself?
Changing the language failed yesterday. And I spent some time to catch the
reason: It can't work because the folder names are sent from my Nokia and
received from gnokii only. Yesterdays log shows this detailed.
"Gesendete Obj." -> "Sent Objects"
"Ausgang" -> "Outbox" (unsend objects)
"Eingang" -> "Inbox"
"Vorlagen" -> "Templates"
"Gespeich. Kurzm." -> "Stored SMS"
> > I don't know how to access the items inside the folder. Is this a bug?
> Definitely a bug. We miss mapping between id and two char
> abbreviation. I'm thinking about a possibility to give an id instead
> of memory type. That would allow handling such kind of situations in
> the future.
Do you need additional information?
- Id (null), Carsten Grohmann, 2009/09/18
- Re: Id (null), Pawel Kot, 2009/09/18
- Re: Id (null),
Carsten Grohmann <=
- Re: Id (null), Daniele Forsi, 2009/09/20
- Re: Id (null), Carsten Grohmann, 2009/09/21
- Re: Id (null), Pawel Kot, 2009/09/21
- Re: Id (null), Carsten Grohmann, 2009/09/22
- Re: Id (null), Daniele Forsi, 2009/09/23