Yesterday I bought a new tablet … the Google Nexus 7.
Initially I liked it … it had a nice form factor, it’s light, has a nice display, and a powerful CPU.
I played around with it yesterday and today … but I’ve decided that I’m going to return it.
My intention was to use it as a smaller tablet for traveling (so I don’t have to haul around my laptop AND iPad).
OK, I’ve had this phone a few weeks … time for me to list some of the things that I don’t like about it.
First a caveat … in general I do like this phone a lot. Some of the things I’m about to list are possibly due to policies imposed by the mail services I’m using.
Here’s my list … in no particular order … Continue reading
And you probably read in my last post … I had a problem getting mail setup my new Android phone.
I could receive mail fine … but it failed (with a totally useless message) whenever I tried to send mail. I was sure I had the settings right (userid, password, ssl, etc).
I have my mail server configured to do authenticated sending (as all good mail server admin’s should) … but for some reason the authentication wasn’t working correctly.
I tried various setting combinations to see what might be the problem … I verified the settings with my iPhone and Thunderbird. Everything matched up.