Robert Price is a great guy who posted a while back on how to set up Movable Type to receive a post from Nokia Lifeblog. Indeed, he's been keeping an eye on Lifeblog and just upgraded to an N93. There, he found some new inconsistencies in the Lifeblog posting protocol.
If you use MT and Lifeblog*, then go read what he has to say (link below). He has the code and a drop in replacement for MT's AtomServer.pm.
Way to go, Rob.
Nokia seem to have updated their Atom upload protocol in recent versions of their phones.
I've just got hold of a Nokia N93 and tried posting to this blog using Lifeblog and the new Web Upload functionality in the Gallery with use the Atom protocol.
These postings were failing with a bad password error. I know my username and password are correct and they worked using my old phone.
As I had written my own blogging software, and it's Atom upload functionality I was able to debug the messages being sent from the phone to the server.
It turns out that newer versions of Nokia Lifeblog encrypt their passwords differently to older versions.
*Ok, so maybe Lifeblog isn't the hottest thing (if it ever was). But, I can tell you that the Lifeblog Posting Protocol is the same code used by the Web Uploader that now comes integrated into the Gallery on all recent (and, I expect, future) Nseries phones. So, if you want to have an Nseries phone post items to your server via Atom, then learn this posting protocol. TypePad does it (partly my doing). Flickr does it (partly my doing), but oddly (not my doing). Rob did it (all his doing). And Vox does it (all their doing).