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chewie    0

O.k guys (n gals if we have any)

Two quick questions...

1) Is there a way i can set my email client on the SPV to dial up GPRS and check for email every X amount of time (like in outlook) instead of having to manually goto the inbox and clicking send/recieve.

2) Is there a way in which you can do a new line (a carrige return if you will) when writting emails or SMS?

Cheers for ya time.

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rcraswell    0
1) Is there a way i can set my email client on the SPV to dial up GPRS and check for email every X amount of time (like in outlook) instead of having to manually goto the inbox and clicking send/recieve.

In the Inbox. Menu->Options->Automatic Synchronisation

2) Is there a way in which you can do a new line (a carrige return if you will) when writting emails or SMS?

The center button on the d-pad.

--ron

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chewie    0

O.k thanx for the tips!

^ for your solution for my first question, do i have to be syncing my SPV to outlook for that to work? I ask because i dont sync to outlook and i dont want to either!

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chewie    0

Nice one, thanx for the info rcraswell and Keystroke

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Cent    0

One more small detail ... when you restart the phone you will have to do at least one manual send and receive ... to kickstart the whole thing so to speak ... its a known Bug

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chewie    0

^ Righty oh, cheers for the tip :D

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