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    I've read a couple of threads where people were having problems with SnapperMail using up more and more memory as time went on, sort of like a memory leak. Does the latest version of SnapperMail still have this issue?
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    I have been using Snappermail without any issues at all. I am running I believe it is 2.3.4.01 enterprise edition. I use it to check gmail and my corporate email.
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    version 2.3.2.01 enterprise works fine too even getting ready to stick it into a custom rom (bye bye versa-snail)
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    Only thing I don't like about Snapper is that installer. Why can't they just give us the actual .prc files instead of the installer you sync onto the Treo.
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    How many times do you install SnapperMail? I pretty much could not care less how I have to install it less ... unless it works (which it does, flawless for me at least)
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    Quote Originally Posted by IsLNdbOi
    I've read a couple of threads where people were having problems with SnapperMail using up more and more memory as time went on, sort of like a memory leak. Does the latest version of SnapperMail still have this issue?
    I have used snappermail all the way to the latest edition and noted that there is a significant increase in snapper RAM file size even when you store all your messages on your card. Maybe it is small if you have only a few messages but if you have a couple thousand, it is a sizeable chuck of space on your RAM.
    I contacted technical support for snappermail, and they told me that there was supposed to be about 40 bits/message on the RAM for SD messages on the card. But what I had was much more than that, so I suppose it was a memory leak.

    I finally switched to Chatter, there is a small increase in RAM memory when you have messages on the card, but I think it is only like about 2 bits/message.
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    In ChatterEmail, there are 32 bytes in RAM for each additional card-stored message. I believe that is far less than SnapperMail.

    Marc

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