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I've been experiencing some problems connecting to HRiders.com, if anyone has an account with them can you verify this? The code that I have works, and I'm in the middle of adding some features to it. I don't want to release it until HRiders does something about their servers because I don't want people telling me that my code doesn't work. One of the features I want to add in is something that will error check for delays in their server. Thanks for your interest
I haven't been able to receive mail at my hriders acct. If you could be kind enough to help me test it, that'd help in knowing. The address is clt at hriders dot com. I could send from it, but not to it. The email was "parked", waiting to get there, but eventually, gave up. ATM (11:05amAST, Jan 2, 2005), I could log into the account, but not check my mail. I'll get back to you as it goes along, but so far this looks like a dud (but a site about bikes is always kewl).
I've been away for a little while, sorry about that. I have the HRiders FileSystem working on my Linux box. It can be easily done by first establishing a connection to the HRider's servers. Even though they use IMAIL (port 8383), you can still send mail via SMTP. Once you have the connection established, the FileSystem is pretty easy. I did this using Java's JavaMail API. Just be aware the servers at HRiders tend to be really slow at times.
nice work snutz411!But tell me how do use Hriders.com account.i don't see any way of using it.i sent a mail to hriders.com but it didn't go.if there's any way of using that account as mail account and for storing please tell me.