REPRODUCIBILITY (% or how often): 100%
BUILD ID = OS VERSION (Settings > About product): Verla, 4.2
HARDWARE (XA2, X10, X10 II, …): XA2
UI LANGUAGE: English
REGRESSION: (compared to previous public release: Yes, No, ?): Yes
Android Mail Client (k9) refuses to connect to internal server, because ipv4.jolla.com wasn’t reachable
Enable Android support and install an Android MailUserAgent.
Configure Sailfish to get successful Wi-Fi connection with complete address setup
- Make sure preconditions are met
- Start Android MUA
Android MUA connects to perfectly reachable Mail Server
Android MUA doesn’t try to connect to perfectly reachable mail server.
Sailfish seems to do similar internet connection testings like MS ncsi… It uses ipv4.jolla.com e.g.
My strong guess is, that the connection as marked ‘no-internet’ if the test fails.
This ‘no-internet’ flag seems to get passed over to Android.
Wich leads to non-working Apps although everything is as intended.
Of course, easy to fix on the LAN side, but wrong way.
Sailfish doesn’t have to judge about internet connectivity. At least, this classification test, which is proven to give wrong results, must be user-switchable. Internet routing mustn’t affect networking in general.