Texas Instruments TI-89 and TI-92 Plus Computer
and receive e-mail with your calculator.
This program is still under construction but I have little time to work
on it and I didn't
want to hold it back. Requires Windows 95/Windows NT 4.0 or later.
You will be presented with a dialog asking you which account you wish to use for sending the e-mail message. After you select the account you will be presented with a dialog asking you to verify the account information, add a subject line if it is not already in the message, and select the message to send. This dialog will only allow you to include one of each type of addressee (To, Cc, Bcc) but additional addressee's may be included in the message.
You will be presented with
a dialog asking you to select the e-mail account you wish to receive e-mail
for. The next dialog allows you to verify the information and add a password
or any other information you didn't include in the accounts database.
E-mail messages are TEXT variables. The maximum size message that can be received is 32k. The maximum size that can be sent is whatever your calculator will allow you to create and transfer.
Received messages are stored with a variable name representing the date and time received. The first character is always 'm'. The next three characters are the month, day, and hour in base 36. The second character is the month, with 1-9 equal to January-September and a-c equal to October-December. The third character is the day, with a-v equal to 10-31. The fourth character is the hour, with a-n equal to 10-23. The last four characters are always digits representing the minutes and seconds of the hour.
Any TEXT variable can be sent as an e-mail message. Message headers can be included in the TEXT variable if desired. If headers are used they must all be at the top of the message, the first non-header line will terminate header parsing and any subsequent headers will be included as text in the message body.
A message header is identified by marking it as a Command with "F2:1 Command." Any header may be included. Header titles must be immediately followed with a colon space, i.e. "Subject: Subject line." The From: and Subject: headers will be replaced if changed at send-time. The following are examples of message headers:
The text editor commands "F2:2 Page Break" and "F2:3 PrintObj" are currently ignored but are reserved for future use.