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  1. #1
    Mr Mark
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    Why when I press and hold a numeric key to call up a number is the
    list presented different from the one if I go through the menu and use
    phonebook. This has all happened since I totally reloaded my phonebook
    from Outlook after a SIM/Service change. Please help



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  2. #2
    nXt
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    Re: Phonebook different from Contacts - Z600

    the z600 doesn't combine your contacts that are on the phone and that
    are on the sim so you can have two totally different phonebooks.

    either copy all contacts from sim to phone or phone to sim then it'll
    make em the same.

    On Thu, 01 Apr 2004 08:52:17 +0200, Mr Mark <[email protected] (spoof
    email address)> wrote:

    >Why when I press and hold a numeric key to call up a number is the
    >list presented different from the one if I go through the menu and use
    >phonebook. This has all happened since I totally reloaded my phonebook
    >from Outlook after a SIM/Service change. Please help





  3. #3
    Mr Mark
    Guest

    Re: Phonebook different from Contacts - Z600

    On Thu, 01 Apr 2004 09:37:50 GMT, nXt <[email protected]> wrote:

    >the z600 doesn't combine your contacts that are on the phone and that
    >are on the sim so you can have two totally different phonebooks.
    >
    >either copy all contacts from sim to phone or phone to sim then it'll
    >make em the same.
    >
    >On Thu, 01 Apr 2004 08:52:17 +0200, Mr Mark <[email protected] (spoof
    >email address)> wrote:
    >
    >>Why when I press and hold a numeric key to call up a number is the
    >>list presented different from the one if I go through the menu and use
    >>phonebook. This has all happened since I totally reloaded my phonebook
    >>from Outlook after a SIM/Service change. Please help


    Thanks for your help so far, I deleted all contacts/phonenumbers from
    SIM and Phone memory. Sync'd up with Outlook and it downloaded the
    450+ numbers I use, and now they are in the phone memory, but I cannot
    access them by holding down the numeric key (it says list empty). If I
    copy from phone memory to SIM, the SIM cannot store more than 250
    numbers, is there anyway round this problem, as I used to use the
    Numeric Key way of phoning numbers all the time, hoping you can help.



  4. #4
    nXt
    Guest

    Re: Phonebook different from Contacts - Z600

    Try this... while on standy... when you press DOWN does the phonebook
    come up?


    On Fri, 02 Apr 2004 14:55:30 +0200, Mr Mark <[email protected] (spoof
    email address)> wrote:
    >Thanks for your help so far, I deleted all contacts/phonenumbers from
    >SIM and Phone memory. Sync'd up with Outlook and it downloaded the
    >450+ numbers I use, and now they are in the phone memory, but I cannot
    >access them by holding down the numeric key (it says list empty). If I
    >copy from phone memory to SIM, the SIM cannot store more than 250
    >numbers, is there anyway round this problem, as I used to use the
    >Numeric Key way of phoning numbers all the time, hoping you can help.





  5. #5
    Mr Mark
    Guest

    Re: Phonebook different from Contacts - Z600

    On Fri, 02 Apr 2004 17:28:48 GMT, nXt <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Try this... while on standy... when you press DOWN does the phonebook
    >come up?
    >
    >
    >On Fri, 02 Apr 2004 14:55:30 +0200, Mr Mark <[email protected] (spoof
    >email address)> wrote:
    >>Thanks for your help so far, I deleted all contacts/phonenumbers from
    >>SIM and Phone memory. Sync'd up with Outlook and it downloaded the
    >>450+ numbers I use, and now they are in the phone memory, but I cannot
    >>access them by holding down the numeric key (it says list empty). If I
    >>copy from phone memory to SIM, the SIM cannot store more than 250
    >>numbers, is there anyway round this problem, as I used to use the
    >>Numeric Key way of phoning numbers all the time, hoping you can help.


    As soon as I hit down, it comes up with "List is Empty"



  6. #6
    DaveGK
    Guest

    Re: Phonebook different from Contacts - Z600

    "Mr Mark" <[email protected] (spoof email address)> wrote in message ...
    > On Fri, 02 Apr 2004 17:28:48 GMT, nXt <[email protected]> wrote:
    > >On Fri, 02 Apr 2004 14:55:30 +0200, Mr Mark <[email protected] wrote:


    > >>Thanks for your help so far, I deleted all contacts/phonenumbers =

    from
    > >>SIM and Phone memory. Sync'd up with Outlook and it downloaded the
    > >>450+ numbers I use, and now they are in the phone memory, but I =

    cannot
    > >>access them by holding down the numeric key (it says list empty). If =

    I
    > >>copy from phone memory to SIM, the SIM cannot store more than 250
    > >>numbers, is there anyway round this problem, as I used to use the
    > >>Numeric Key way of phoning numbers all the time, hoping you can =

    help.

    > >Try this... while on standy... when you press DOWN does the phonebook
    > >come up?

    >=20
    > As soon as I hit down, it comes up with "List is Empty"


    I think you might still have SIM memory set as a default location for =
    your contacts.=20
    I've no idea how to change it in Z600, but you should be able to see =
    something like:=20
    Phone & SIM
    SIM only
    Phone only.

    Select the phone memory and you'll be able to access it with 'joystick =
    down' (well, on T630 anyway).

    Once that's sorted you could also check your synch listing preferences - =
    first name or surname (last name) - if you're only using 'name' field =
    for a full name in your phone, and your Outlook list is sorted by =
    surnames, you might not see any names at all in your phone. Of course, =
    you won't get 'list is empty' message in this case.

    HtH

    --=20
    Cheers,
    DaveGK



  7. #7
    Mr Mark
    Guest

    Re: Phonebook different from Contacts - Z600

    On Sat, 3 Apr 2004 03:53:43 +0100, "DaveGK"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >"Mr Mark" <[email protected] (spoof email address)> wrote in message ...
    >> On Fri, 02 Apr 2004 17:28:48 GMT, nXt <[email protected]> wrote:
    >> >On Fri, 02 Apr 2004 14:55:30 +0200, Mr Mark <[email protected] wrote:

    >
    >> >>Thanks for your help so far, I deleted all contacts/phonenumbers from
    >> >>SIM and Phone memory. Sync'd up with Outlook and it downloaded the
    >> >>450+ numbers I use, and now they are in the phone memory, but I cannot
    >> >>access them by holding down the numeric key (it says list empty). If I
    >> >>copy from phone memory to SIM, the SIM cannot store more than 250
    >> >>numbers, is there anyway round this problem, as I used to use the
    >> >>Numeric Key way of phoning numbers all the time, hoping you can help.

    >
    >> >Try this... while on standy... when you press DOWN does the phonebook
    >> >come up?

    >>
    >> As soon as I hit down, it comes up with "List is Empty"

    >
    >I think you might still have SIM memory set as a default location for your contacts.
    >I've no idea how to change it in Z600, but you should be able to see something like:
    >Phone & SIM
    >SIM only
    >Phone only.
    >
    >Select the phone memory and you'll be able to access it with 'joystick down' (well, on T630 anyway).
    >
    >Once that's sorted you could also check your synch listing preferences - first name or surname (last name) - if you're only using 'name' field for a full name in your phone, and your Outlook list is sorted by surnames, you might not see any names at all

    in your phone. Of course, you won't get 'list is empty' message in this case.
    >
    >HtH

    Yes I used to have these options in previous phones, but I've been
    through all the menu's and I can't find it.



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