[E3-hacking] E3 Emailer

David Given dg at cowlark.com
Mon Jul 17 10:45:25 BST 2006

Kevin O'Donovan wrote:
> The emailer I've got at
> home certainly does involve paying for the email checks, and I was under the
> impression that the E3 was the same, except with a more frequent minimum
> period for calling home.

According to the manual, the emailer, by default, attempts to do a
send-and-receive daily, but you ought to be able to change this. It
*also* calls a freephone number in the middle of the night to update its
adverts; you can't turn that off, and if you prevent it from doing this,
it'll stop working. And then as a third thing there's the caller-ID
trick tells it whether there's email waiting, which doesn't cost anything.

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