Qt Simulator Manual 1.2.0

Simulating Messaging

The term messaging comprises text messaging, picture messaging, multimedia messaging, instant messaging, and e-mail. Text messaging is enabled by the Short Message Service (SMS). When providing email services to mobile device users, mobile devices rely upon the services provided by remote e-mail servers. They support the POP3, IMAP4 and SMTP protocols for connecting to these servers.

You can use Qt Simulator to test applications that use the Messaging API to access messaging services to search and sort messages, notify of changes to messages stored, send messages with or without attachments, retrieve message data, and launch the preferred messaging client to either display an existing message, or compose a message.

In the Messaging view, click Trigger to trigger incoming email or SMS from a random person in the contact list.

"Messaging view"

Click Import to import a whole directory of email messages that are stored in maildir format.

During startup, Qt Simulator imports the directory stubdata/standardmessages/.


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