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    Question Application killed when Messaging exits

    I have written an application which uses the GPRS connection. When Messaging (the e-mail client) is running at the same time, and I select Exit in Messaging, my application dies.

    It seems that Messaging shuts down the GPRS connection with force upon exit, which causes my application to crash. However, if Web is running, my app will survive, until Web is closed.

    This is on Nokia 6680 and Nokia N70 (2nd edition phones), my application is compiled against the 2nd edition FP2 CodeWarrior SDK, and I use RConnection.Start() to get the GPRS connection. The same thing happens when using 1st Edition and IntConnInit.

    My application is based on s2putty and provides SSH tunnels.

    I am very grateful to receive help with this.

    / Tom Weber @ AppGate Network Security

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    Re: Application killed when Messaging exits

    Problem solved now.

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    Re: Application killed when Messaging exits

    Good. Sorry I couldn't be of any assistance with this. Care to share how you solved it (for the benefit for others that might encounter the same problem)?

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