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    Default Mail.app doesn't show Accounts on iPod touch

    Hi, people.

    This is my first post here and I would like to have a little help.

    Since I jailbroked my iPod touch trough jailbreakme.com, I was dreaming the day I could intall iPhone Apps, like Google Maps and Mail in my iPod. Yesterday I saw that adding http://repo.us.to in my sources, I could do that trough Installer.app! Since I can't do the WinSCP way at work (believe, I tried) and I still don't have wireless at home, this was the perfect way to do this; so I did. Everything runs perfect, but when I add an account on Mail, nothing is showed on the Accounts list... I've tried Gmail, Yahoo!, Gmail IMAP and nothing... Going under Settings>Mail I add an account an can change the configurations, but when I go to Mail.app, it asks me to add the account again...

    I've already seen some people saying that you need to add a command when connected trough SSH but, as I said, I can't connect that way. Is there any way that I can do this with Finder. I know that we can change the permissions of the files, but I don't know which files and which permissions to change.

    Thanks you in advance...



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    Default It worked in my friend's touch!!!

    I can't understand... I just installed using the same technique in my friend's iPod touch and it's working!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    What's happening with my iPod???

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    Can you check if the procedure has done the installation this way ?

    MobileMail.app > Applications/

    MobileMailSettings.bundle > System/Library/PreferenceBundles/
    VPNPreferences.bundle > System/Library/PreferenceBundles/

    GMM.framework > Sytem/Library/Frameworks/

    and permissions of the MobileMail.app/MobileMail to 755.

    You can check with the Finder.app or the Terminal Vt100 app

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    Quote Originally Posted by XianLi View Post

    ...and permissions of the MobileMail.app/MobileMail to 755...
    All the folders are in place, but this permission that you said really is different. On properties, it says "Permissions: 511 (700 using Squid)". When I tried to change it, I can't, not even clicking Modify. How can I edit? Is there any application in Installer.app that I could use?

    Edit: I changed the permission using Squid to 755 but... tha Applications stil doesn't show me anything in Accounts List, just a blank one. Strange thing is: all the other applications are set up with 700 permition and they work fine. My friend's iPod is set up with permission 700 and Mail works!!! I really don't know what to do anymore...
    Last edited by Stewie.Griffin; 11-17-2007 at 01:55 PM.

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    Something seems to be wrong with the remote installation (using installer.app), because it should be 755 by default.

    Can you check and report it here for safari.app, which is a built-in default app.

    If it says 700, you better change Squid to another app.


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    Quote Originally Posted by XianLi View Post
    Something seems to be wrong with the remote installation (using installer.app), because it should be 755 by default.
    I've already installed and uninstalled Maill.app several times and it keep coming the same way. Aparentely is not an issue in Mail.app

    Quote Originally Posted by XianLi View Post
    Can you check and report it here for safari.app, which is a built-in default app.
    Safari.app is set permission 775... I tried to insert this permission in Mail and... the same thing... I think it's karma, hehehehe

 

 

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