I've not done it, but as far as I can gather - yes. Nothing else is integrated into the on-screen interface at all, because of the difficulty of tapping into it (although the custom portal might now provide a route to present a simplified web interface via a portal browser).the custom portal accessed same as the normal tv portal once i've added the mod i assume?
The first file is related to the portal, and it may be that the custom portal hooks are being picked up by the web interface.. I'll do some poking around on my box.Just noticed the following notifications whilst watching a recording.
Watching config-ocontroller-si-rootfs.txt (deleted)
Watching Output information may be incomplete.
I have not seen anything like this before.
Have you set your "SMTP Server for outbound email" in Email Settings?Settings for epgkeywords plugin - EPG monitoring by keyword
The send test email option in this section does not work for me. Anybody any ideas what's wrong?
I have webif-epgkeywords 1.0.1 installed btw. 'The show matching EPG records' option works fine.
I had bit of trouble getting this going. Couple of things to check. Auto Schedule emails (from the rs service) are not the same as the webif ones (at least I don't think so) when you say you receive auto schedule mails did you mean these? Next, mine were going into the Spam folder at first (that was on googlemail) so check there if not already. The last thing that caught me out was that once you've been told about something (or it thinks its told you) it won't tell you again so I couldn't work out why I never got many emails - it was because my search wasn't finding anything new over what it had told me about already.Yes, I have. I receive auto-schedule emails.
Today is your lucky day - I remembered this post way back from af123 covering BT specifically...Thanx both of you. I was using the RS portal as a preference, but still I wonder why the Test Email option doesn't work. I use Bt for emails and no they're not in the spam folder. Again thanx.
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My ISP is BT and still requires password authentication to send mail, tried it anyway, with no success. Would really like to get this working so any info (layman's terms please) would be appreciated.
BT will require authentication for you to send outbound mail to arbitrary recipients on the Internet via their dedicated smart host servers, but they won't require Joe Bloggs on the Internet to authenticate in order to send you email. It's just a matter of configuring the Humax to send to those public facing servers rather than the smart hosts.
If you go to http://www.mxtoolbox.com/ then you can put in your email domain name (the bit after the @ sign) and it will tell you which servers will accept mail for that address without authentication. Pick one of them to put in the Humax settings screen. For @btinternet.com for example, you need mx1.bt.mail.yahoo.com or mx2.bt.mail.yahoo.com.
Yes, this was a current topic of discussion a couple of months ago. Things do slip by un-noticed from time to time, which is one of the purposes of my index (sorry if I haven't actually indexed it yet).Save last streamed content (e.g. iplayer/UTube)
I haven't seen it mentioned anywhere but this option produces a mp4 file with the BBC copy protection removed, i.e. it will now record/save to dvd/computer file. Oh I know that was probably the original intention. Anyways it is very useful, only just discovered it. A bit slow on the up take us silver haired guys.
Reports have been hit and miss about getting an outgoing email authentication - works for some, not for others. I think the RS is the way to go.Thanx both of you. I was using the RS portal as a preference, but still I wonder why the Test Email option doesn't work. I use Bt for emails and no they're not in the spam folder. Again thanx.