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When you download a message from a Winlink server, it is no longer accessible. If you are using multiple client applications, the first one to retrieve the message will receive it. To choose which application receives messages, make sure to turn off the auto fetch feature in RadioMail. With auto fetch turned off, RadioMail will only retrieve emails when you initiate a connection. Additionally, in the connection dialog, you can select "Send Only" and RadioMail will only send any outgoing messages during that session. If there are any incoming messages pending on the server, RadioMail will not accept them, so they will be available to retrieve at a later time.
If your Mobilinkd does not appear after a few second, it could be due to several factors. First, check that you allowed RadioMail access to Bluetooth. You can verify this in iOS Settings -> RadioMail. Second, make sure that the TNC is turned on and no other applications are connected to it.
No, not directly. An iPhone uses Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technology. BLE is a wireless technology that is designed for low-power, low-bandwidth applications. It is often used for devices that need to conserve power, such as fitness trackers and wireless headsets. By contrast, most radios like the TH-D74 use Bluetooth Classic that was designed for high-bandwidth applications, such as streaming audio or video. It is often used for devices that need to transfer large amounts of data quickly, such as smartphones and laptops. Bluetooth Classic and BLE are not directly compatible because they use different technologies and operate on different frequencies. If you're a tinkerer, you can make your own B.B. Link adapter that will bridge the two Bluetooth modes.
VARA modem is a closed-source application that is only available for Windows. It uses a proprietary transmission protocol, which means that other applications can only communicate with VARA stations by connecting to an instance of the VARA software running on a computer.
VARA modem is a closed-source application that is only available for Windows. It uses a proprietary transmission protocol that is not publicly available. Whether or not the maker of the VARA modem will create versions for other platforms is up to them.
Make sure that your phone and computer are on the same WiFi network. Make sure that RadioMail has been granted permission to access the local network. Go to Settings -> RadioMail -> Local Network and make sure that the switch is turned on. If you are still having issues, try restarting your phone and computer.
Yes. Up to two digipeaters can be configured to be used when connecting to packet or VARA FM stations.
Yes, but not optimized. RadioMail has been designed for use on an iPhone. The UI has not been optimized to take advantage of the larger real estate than iPad offer.
No. RadioMail is designed for use on an iPhone.
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