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If you try to run an app that sends email from your device, the message will be sent properly (assuming your email account is configured correctly and you have appropriate permissions). However, if you attempt to send from the device simulator on your desktop, the message will not be sent. What s going on You cannot configure an email account on the desktop device simulator. This is sensible, since the simulator connects through a simulated MDS connection that does not actually connect to the real BlackBerry infrastructure. When you try to send a message from the default messaging client, it will appear to be sent properly, but no message is actually generated. To work around this issue, RIM has developed a separate stand-alone application. Much like the MDS, which simulates a BlackBerry network connection, the Email Server Simulator (ESS) simulates a BlackBerry-supported email connection. The ESS provides a bridge between the MDS and outside email, allowing you to test sending and receiving email messages. If you plan on spending much time working with email in your app, I highly recommend configuring the ESS early on. It will save you a great deal of time and allow you to complete most of your development on the desktop. Caution: The ESS is a local server, and you may need to modify your development machine to allow it to run properly. If you run into problems while setting it up, try disabling your firewall, turning off other local servers such as Apache, and running the ESS as an administrator. The Email Server Simulator is not currently accessible directly through the BlackBerry Eclipse plug-in, but you can locate it under your Eclipse plugins folder. The full path should be something like c:\eclipse\plugins\net.rim.eide.componentpack4.7.0_4.7.0.46\ components\ESS. Run the load.bat file to launch the ESS. ESS is also available as part of the standard RIM JDE install, which you can find on the BlackBerry web site. Once you have installed the JDE, you will be able to find the Email Server Simulator in your Start menu under the Research In Motion folder, as shown in Figure 4-10. Both methods of installing and launching ESS work equally well. Running from the command line does give the advantage of displaying debug output from the ESS, which can help when tracking down issues.
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Figure 4-11. Configured Email Server Simulator
Now, download a standalone email client or open an existing one. Create a new account and set both the POP3 and SMTP server addresses to localhost . This directs the email client to access your local machine instead of an external mail server. Consult your email client s documentation to learn how to add an account. Figure 4-12 depicts adding an account using Windows Live Mail.
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