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Arne Hess

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Just like any other mobile phone, the ones that come with Microsoft's Smartphone 2002 OS, are designed to connect you to other people anytime and anywhere.  But that is only half the story.  How to do it with ease may somewhat require a comparatively steeper learning curve than the basic handset variety.

The Smartphones powered by Microsoft's Smartphone 2002software have a distinct advantage over the basic handsets and normally even the most advanced one found in the market today.  They have Pocket Outlook built into them.  This I feel is a very powerful feature of the Smartphone.  It let's you store numerous entries, and supports more than 40 fields. But with that much information, how do you handle calling a contact or sending a contact an SMS with ease?

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#2

Cris

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how do you send contact details, for example the mobile phone no. via SMS. with a nokia it's very easy, just go to option and select send via SMS. with this phone, i have to type the no. in a SMS message.


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John Francis

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What causes the abbreviation 'sms' to appear. There doesn't seem to be an 'sms' field in a Contact and all mine have 'm' when I put a mobile number in.


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Arne Hess

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John Francis: Try to toggle the joystick to the left or right... it should show other numbers too.

Mabuhay! ~ Carlo


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#5

Michael Gomez

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I just got my MPX-200. I synced with outlook on my desk top. The problem is all of my local number have the Area code attached so when I try to dial a contact the phone also dials the area code. The result is the calls cannot go thru. Might there be a easy solution other than erasing the area code from each number in each contact?


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@Michael Gomez: That shoul dnot be a problem as long as you have it in the right way.

Try using the accepted standard of writing it... +63 (918) 1234567 == +CountryCode (Area code) phone number.

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#7

texking

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I face a similar problem as Cris. I have a O2 XDA II phone. I am so used to Nokia where one can simply SMS a V-card (or a contact) to another phone. Here the only option seems to be to 'beam' (or send via infrared) the information.

Can someone please help?


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