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  1. #1
    Adam
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    I was doing some GPRS browsing and when I went to download some pics to the
    phone, even though I can see the "thumbnails", when I try to view the full
    image size it says:

    "This image is not available for your phone. Please try another image."

    Anyone got any ideas why?

    2nd question, on my t68i, say I had 30 nmaes stored under the letter "s", I
    could find these quickly by hoding the joystick to the right and then I was
    able to enter the full name or several letters ie "sha", is there any way of
    doing this on teh Z600 cos I have been unable to figure it out?

    3rd question - are there any good resources on email setup. I have setup all
    parameters to access my blueyonder acct but am unable to download - I am
    reasonably technical so I understand how to configure the settings e.g. POP3
    server, incoming mail server and outgoing via vizavvia but it still wont
    work. I am using the standard Vodafone GORS profile which I downloaded and
    use for GPRS browsing.






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  2. #2
    Kevin Reilly
    Guest

    Re: Z600 Questions

    On Thu, 25 Dec 2003 Adam wrote:

    >on my t68i, say I had 30 nmaes stored under the letter "s", I
    >could find these quickly by hoding the joystick to the right and then I was
    >able to enter the full name or several letters ie "sha", is there any way of
    >doing this on teh Z600 cos I have been unable to figure it out?


    There doesn't seem to be an equivalent method for this. The closest
    method is to hit the down cursor, select an initial letter with the
    keypad then scroll through. The scrolling seems a bit faster than on the
    68i but granted if you have 30 S names that's still going to be a pain.

    >3rd question - are there any good resources on email setup. I have setup all
    >parameters to access my blueyonder acct but am unable to download


    Have you tried the e-mail 'configurator' on the Sony Ericsson website?
    Personally I've never needed it but it's supposed to send all relevant
    settings as an auto-install SMS once you've entered all details on the
    website. Blueyonder is one of the options for UK ISPs.

    --
    Kev
    __________________________________________________________________________
    "Optional modem required."
    From a software manual



  3. #3
    Adam
    Guest

    Re: Z600 Questions

    Kevin Reilly wrote:
    > On Thu, 25 Dec 2003 Adam wrote:
    >
    >> on my t68i, say I had 30 nmaes stored under the letter "s", I
    >> could find these quickly by hoding the joystick to the right and
    >> then I was able to enter the full name or several letters ie "sha",
    >> is there any way of doing this on teh Z600 cos I have been unable to
    >> figure it out?

    >
    > There doesn't seem to be an equivalent method for this. The closest
    > method is to hit the down cursor, select an initial letter with the
    > keypad then scroll through. The scrolling seems a bit faster than on
    > the 68i but granted if you have 30 S names that's still going to be a
    > pain.


    Yep, thats what I thought. I did try contacting SE about it but they mailed
    me after 2 months to say they had lost the details of teh case number, think
    I'll phone them about it but I dont hold out much hope.

    >> 3rd question - are there any good resources on email setup. I have
    >> setup all parameters to access my blueyonder acct but am unable to
    >> download

    >
    > Have you tried the e-mail 'configurator' on the Sony Ericsson website?
    > Personally I've never needed it but it's supposed to send all relevant
    > settings as an auto-install SMS once you've entered all details on the
    > website. Blueyonder is one of the options for UK ISPs.


    I have indeed, but when I connect to email, it seems to connect to the
    server and then it says "cannot find server". I am presuming this is the
    outgoing mail server as you cannot normally relay mails from another ISP.
    However even when I change this to the vizavvi server, it still doesnt work,
    no idea why.





  4. #4
    David Jackson
    Guest

    Re: Z600 Questions


    "Adam" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I was doing some GPRS browsing and when I went to download some pics to

    the
    > phone, even though I can see the "thumbnails", when I try to view the full
    > image size it says:
    >
    > "This image is not available for your phone. Please try another image."
    >

    You say you're on Vodafone whodetect the phone type with their Live service
    and won't download anything to a Z600, though it works fine with a T610
    which, to all intents and purposes, is the same phone (Even the Live icons
    don't show - just the text labels - as on the T68i). If it's not Vodafone
    you're having trouble with then I guess whoever it is is doing the same
    check. The Z600 is not an "approved" Live phone !


    Hope this helps





  5. #5
    ZB
    Guest

    Re: Z600 Questions

    David Jackson wrote:
    > "Adam" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> I was doing some GPRS browsing and when I went to download some pics
    >> to the phone, even though I can see the "thumbnails", when I try to
    >> view the full image size it says:
    >>
    >> "This image is not available for your phone. Please try another
    >> image."
    >>

    > You say you're on Vodafone whodetect the phone type with their Live
    > service and won't download anything to a Z600, though it works fine
    > with a T610 which, to all intents and purposes, is the same phone
    > (Even the Live icons don't show - just the text labels - as on the
    > T68i). If it's not Vodafone you're having trouble with then I guess
    > whoever it is is doing the same check. The Z600 is not an "approved"
    > Live phone !
    >
    >
    > Hope this helps


    I see, so you reckon in a few months when it is an approved live phone, I
    should be able to see the pictures?





  6. #6
    David Jackson
    Guest

    Re: Z600 Questions


    "ZB" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > David Jackson wrote:
    > > "Adam" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]
    > >> I was doing some GPRS browsing and when I went to download some pics
    > >> to the phone, even though I can see the "thumbnails", when I try to
    > >> view the full image size it says:
    > >>
    > >> "This image is not available for your phone. Please try another
    > >> image."
    > >>

    > > You say you're on Vodafone whodetect the phone type with their Live
    > > service and won't download anything to a Z600, though it works fine
    > > with a T610 which, to all intents and purposes, is the same phone
    > > (Even the Live icons don't show - just the text labels - as on the
    > > T68i). If it's not Vodafone you're having trouble with then I guess
    > > whoever it is is doing the same check. The Z600 is not an "approved"
    > > Live phone !
    > >
    > >
    > > Hope this helps

    >
    > I see, so you reckon in a few months when it is an approved live phone, I
    > should be able to see the pictures?
    >

    If it becomes an approved Live phone then yes. Discussions on Esato.com
    suggest this won't happen in the UK even though it is available as a Live
    phone in other European countries. Very strange.





  7. #7
    JC
    Guest

    Re: Z600 Questions

    On Thu, 25 Dec 2003 16:05:07 GMT, "Adam" <[email protected]> wrote:


    >2nd question, on my t68i, say I had 30 nmaes stored under the letter "s", I
    >could find these quickly by hoding the joystick to the right and then I was
    >able to enter the full name or several letters ie "sha", is there any way of
    >doing this on teh Z600 cos I have been unable to figure it out?
    >


    Go into "edit shortcuts" and add "call contact" as position 1 and save.

    Then a press of the left arrow will display the call contact screen, where
    you can enter a whole string of letters to search by
    --

    Regards

    John [Harold Hill, Essex, UK]

    Remove the obvious spamtrap from the address to reply!



  8. #8
    Adam
    Guest

    Re: Z600 Questions

    JC wrote:
    > On Thu, 25 Dec 2003 16:05:07 GMT, "Adam" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >
    >> 2nd question, on my t68i, say I had 30 nmaes stored under the letter
    >> "s", I could find these quickly by hoding the joystick to the right
    >> and then I was able to enter the full name or several letters ie
    >> "sha", is there any way of doing this on teh Z600 cos I have been
    >> unable to figure it out?
    >>

    >
    > Go into "edit shortcuts" and add "call contact" as position 1 and
    > save.
    >
    > Then a press of the left arrow will display the call contact screen,
    > where you can enter a whole string of letters to search by


    Cheers, I was hoping there was another way because I use the left shortcut
    to swop profiles. I suppose the call contact is mre useful in that slot
    though. with my t68i, I set the left joystick to change profile and the
    right joystick to call contacts (I think position 2 on the t68i shortcuts
    was right joystick).





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