Saturday, August 21, 2010


Review of new Nokia 5800 Xpress Red phone

  • Saturday, August 21, 2010
  • If you have a plan buy a new mobile and want have the hottest phone in market, then for your information today’s talk of the town is new Nokia 5800 Xpress Red mobile phone. Some call it as Nokia iPhone may be because its shape is also like it . It has many features that will make everyone love to have one. The new Nokia 5800 is the big sound, touch phone which brings the best music and entertainment.

    The Nokia 5800 is a S60 5th Edition device with a resistive touch screen and tactile feedback. The device has variety of input methods: stylus, plectrum and finger touch support for text input and UI control. You can use the Nokia 5800 to connect to mobile broadband using WLAN or HSDPA (3.5G). Supported WCDMA frequencies depend on the region where the device is available. It also finds directions and locations with the integrated A-GPS and included maps. Memory :- 81Mb internal memory, microSD memory cards supported .

    The Nokia 5800 delivers on all counts for customer like more memory, loud and powerful speakers, and easy synchronization and allows consumers to access and share content. Nokia 5800 has used touch screen technology in the best possible way, it introduces a 'Media Bar', with a handy drop down menu that provides direct access to music and entertainment, including favorite tracks, videos and gallery, The Media Bar also offers a direct link to the web and to online sharing. Nokia 5800 also supports Flash content, individuals can surf the entire web, not just sections.

    Nokia 5800 has the best screen resolution available on mobile phones in the market; the 3.2 inch widescreen display brings photos, video clips and web content to life in vibrant color and true clarity. With a 16 x 9 aspect ratio and 30 frames-per-second playback and recording Nokia 5800 is an ideal phone for VGA quality video recording and playback.

    And the best of all is that Nokia 5800 supports 60 languages worldwide, which covers nearly 90 percent of the world's population. As people around the world use their phones in different ways, the Nokia 5800 offers a variety of input methods including a virtual alphanumeric keypad, a virtual computer-style QWERTY keyboard, a pen stylus and for true music enthusiasts, a plectrum all are available. Then for what you are waiting for?
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    Friday, August 20, 2010


    Easy steps to enable direct access from iPhone to an IMAP-enabled mail solution

  • Friday, August 20, 2010
  • IMAP is a feature on Iphone and with his support iPhone can integrate with any mail server environment. Lets have a look at how the technology really works..

    If the server supports IMAP and is configured to require user authentication and SSL, iPhone provides a highly secure, standards-based approach to email deployment. In a typical deployment, iPhone establishes direct access to an IMAP-enabled server over port 993 and access to SMTP servers over port 587. These servers can be located within a DMZ sub network, behind a corporate firewall, or both. With SSL, iPhone supports 128-bit encryption and X.509 root certificates issued by the major certificate authorities. IPhone also supports strong authentication methods including industry-standard MD5 Challenge-Response and NTLMv2.

    Now let’s check out the Set up

    IMAP Network Setup:

    The IT or network administrator will need to complete these key steps to enable direct access from iPhone to an IMAP-enabled mail solution:

    • Open port 993 to allow email to be received through the firewall. The proxy server must be set to IMAP over SSL. SSL ensures that mail is securely encrypted during wireless transmission.

    • As a best practice and for additional security protection, install a digital certificate on the server from a trusted certificate authority (CA) such as VeriSign. Installing a certificate from a CA is an important step in ensuring that your proxy server is a trusted entity within your corporate infrastructure.

    • Port 587, 465, or 25 must be opened to allow email to be sent from iPhone. iPhone automatically checks for port 587, then 465, and then 25. Port 587 is the most reliable secure port, because it requires user authentication. Port 25 is considered the least secure because it’s been around the longest and is subject to more attacks by hackers.

    It’s also the port that some ISPs block by default to prevent spam .
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