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  1. #1
    Dirk Straka
    Guest
    Hi over there,

    just a short question: I read the other day that the K700i can
    store up to 500 entries in the internal address book. Ok, 500
    seems to be enough - but the author of this article pointed out
    that _each_ detail of an entry (like private phone number, address,
    job phone, fax etc.) will occupy one of these 500 slots (i. e. if
    every entry has four numbers, you can store not more than 125
    entries).

    Is this really correct?

    Greets, Dirk
    --
    Notice: *****ing mistakes left in for people who
    need to correct others to make their life fulfilled.



    See More: K700i Addressbook capacity




  2. #2
    fm
    Guest

    Re: K700i Addressbook capacity

    Dirk Straka wrote:
    > Is this really correct?
    >
    > Greets, Dirk


    Yes, it is.



  3. #3
    Dirk Straka
    Guest

    Re: K700i Addressbook capacity

    Hi et alii,

    thus spoke fm <[email protected]>:
    > Dirk Straka wrote:

    [...K700i just 125 addresses with 4 numbers each]
    >> Is this really correct?
    >> Greets, Dirk

    > Yes, it is.


    Then K700i is dead. /

    Greets, Dirk - still feeling like being fooled.
    --
    Programming is like sex -
    one mistake and you'll spend a lifetime supporting it



  4. #4
    Juergen Harzl
    Guest

    Re: K700i Addressbook capacity

    Dirk Straka wrote:

    > [...K700i just 125 addresses with 4 numbers each]
    >
    >>>Is this really correct?
    >>>Greets, Dirk

    >>
    >>Yes, it is.

    >
    >
    > Then K700i is dead. /


    So all of your contacts have 4 numbers each?

    You can save 500 numbers in your phone. If your contacts only have 1
    number each, you can save 500 addresses.

    I have about 250 contacts in my phone. Some have 4 numbers, some have
    only 1. Believe me, there's plenty of space.

    And the 500-number-feature is the same since the R520.

    Greets,
    Juergen



  5. #5
    Paul Busby
    Guest

    Re: K700i Addressbook capacity

    Dirk Straka wrote:
    > Hi et alii,
    >
    > thus spoke fm <[email protected]>:
    >> Dirk Straka wrote:

    > [...K700i just 125 addresses with 4 numbers each]
    >>> Is this really correct?
    >>> Greets, Dirk

    >> Yes, it is.

    >
    > Then K700i is dead. /
    >
    > Greets, Dirk - still feeling like being fooled.
    > --
    > Programming is like sex -
    > one mistake and you'll spend a lifetime supporting it


    If this is the case, with ~40MB of internal memory, it doesn't make sense to
    have fixed memory partitioning. The same should apply to the number of SMSs
    one can store. The situation is worse with DECT landline phones. I bought 3
    Philips Onis handsets about 5 yrs ago - they have 40 number/name slots where
    most only had 20. I had a look recently & many models /still/ only have 20!
    The K700i should also not be liming the number of voice labels or the number
    of entries in the Accept Calls list etc. At least SE phones can store
    multiple numbers under one name unlike (most/all?) Motorola handsets.

    Regards





  6. #6
    Dirk Straka
    Guest

    Re: K700i Addressbook capacity

    Hi Juergen et alii,

    thus spoke Juergen Harzl <[email protected]>, citing me:
    >> [...K700i just 125 addresses with 4 numbers each]
    >>>>Is this really correct?
    >>>>Greets, Dirk
    >>>Yes, it is.

    >> Then K700i is dead. /

    > So all of your contacts have 4 numbers each?


    This was just an example, to make clear what I mean. To be more
    precise: I have 279 entries with 412 phone + fax numbers, 121
    addrs, 78 organisation names, 84 email addresses and 25 URLs.
    Makes 279 names with 720 attributes[1]. And - as I intend to
    live a few more years - I plan to contact even more people in
    the future.

    > You can save 500 numbers in your phone. If your contacts only
    > have 1 number each, you can save 500 addresses.


    Sorry, but for a so called business handy these 500 attributes
    are nothing else than laughable.

    > I have about 250 contacts in my phone. Some have 4 numbers,
    > some have only 1. Believe me, there's plenty of space.


    Hard to say, but I don't believe you. ;o)

    > And the 500-number-feature is the same since the R520.


    Bad enough. Especially if you take the 41 MB into account.
    There is absolutely no reason for such a stupid limit.

    Greets, Dirk

    -----
    [1] many thanks to grep and wc ;o)
    --
    I want to die peacefully in sleep like my granpa,
    not screaming in terror like his passengers



  7. #7
    Sean Bartleet
    Guest

    Re: K700i Addressbook capacity

    Does the K700i sync the memo section from outlook contacts? Or only the
    phone number fields?

    Sean


    "Dirk Straka" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi Juergen et alii,
    >
    > thus spoke Juergen Harzl <[email protected]>, citing me:
    > >> [...K700i just 125 addresses with 4 numbers each]
    > >>>>Is this really correct?
    > >>>>Greets, Dirk
    > >>>Yes, it is.
    > >> Then K700i is dead. /

    > > So all of your contacts have 4 numbers each?

    >
    > This was just an example, to make clear what I mean. To be more
    > precise: I have 279 entries with 412 phone + fax numbers, 121
    > addrs, 78 organisation names, 84 email addresses and 25 URLs.
    > Makes 279 names with 720 attributes[1]. And - as I intend to
    > live a few more years - I plan to contact even more people in
    > the future.
    >
    > > You can save 500 numbers in your phone. If your contacts only
    > > have 1 number each, you can save 500 addresses.

    >
    > Sorry, but for a so called business handy these 500 attributes
    > are nothing else than laughable.
    >
    > > I have about 250 contacts in my phone. Some have 4 numbers,
    > > some have only 1. Believe me, there's plenty of space.

    >
    > Hard to say, but I don't believe you. ;o)
    >
    > > And the 500-number-feature is the same since the R520.

    >
    > Bad enough. Especially if you take the 41 MB into account.
    > There is absolutely no reason for such a stupid limit.
    >
    > Greets, Dirk
    >
    > -----
    > [1] many thanks to grep and wc ;o)
    > --
    > I want to die peacefully in sleep like my granpa,
    > not screaming in terror like his passengers






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