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  1. #1
    Harry Callahan
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    Generally I'm very happy with my 6600 but there are a few things that are
    highly annoying, maybe someone has a tip how to get around these?

    1. It seems impossible to change the default setting of visibility
    (synchronisation) for meetings. The last item you set for a meeting
    determines who can see it after a sync. Now, when you schedule a meeting in
    the calendar it gets marked as private, unless you change it manually every
    single time. I want all my appointments to be public, otherwise they are not
    visible in the group calendar of Lotus Notes, and - BAM- something else gets
    scheduled there. Is it really impossible to change the default on the phone
    from private to public?

    2. The Notes part (on the phone, not talking Lotus N. anymore). I want to
    carry a bunch of txt files, perhaps 20 -30 in all, and there seems to be no
    way to create a folder or submenu for those. Once you export a .txt file to
    the phone and open it, you'll find it under the notes icon. I haven't found
    a way to store "go-to" shortcuts to txt files that are not in the notes
    folder either, the go-to icon works only for the notes folder. Any tips on
    how to keep a gang of reference files sorted in folders or submenus? The
    actual notes icon (or another one) I'd like to reserve for notes I make on
    the phone, if I store my refernces in their own folder the notes list
    becomes cluttered

    3. Speaking about notes, back to Lotus Notes. Anyone found a way to sync the
    notes on the phone with a database in Lotus Notes ?

    All tips are gratefully accepted...

    H.





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  2. #2
    JamesA
    Guest

    Re: Nokia 6600 clumsy - or is it me ?

    Bit of awhile after the original post, but i wanted to reply to point 2
    (dont know anything about Lotus sorry)

    Check out QReader at www.qreader.com

    Great little program for viewing variouse ebook formats and text files. You
    can create folders to store them in and also it has a phone browser built
    in.

    Hope it helps,
    James

    "Harry Callahan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Generally I'm very happy with my 6600 but there are a few things that are
    > highly annoying, maybe someone has a tip how to get around these?
    >
    > 1. It seems impossible to change the default setting of visibility
    > (synchronisation) for meetings. The last item you set for a meeting
    > determines who can see it after a sync. Now, when you schedule a meeting

    in
    > the calendar it gets marked as private, unless you change it manually

    every
    > single time. I want all my appointments to be public, otherwise they are

    not
    > visible in the group calendar of Lotus Notes, and - BAM- something else

    gets
    > scheduled there. Is it really impossible to change the default on the

    phone
    > from private to public?
    >
    > 2. The Notes part (on the phone, not talking Lotus N. anymore). I want to
    > carry a bunch of txt files, perhaps 20 -30 in all, and there seems to be

    no
    > way to create a folder or submenu for those. Once you export a .txt file

    to
    > the phone and open it, you'll find it under the notes icon. I haven't

    found
    > a way to store "go-to" shortcuts to txt files that are not in the notes
    > folder either, the go-to icon works only for the notes folder. Any tips on
    > how to keep a gang of reference files sorted in folders or submenus? The
    > actual notes icon (or another one) I'd like to reserve for notes I make on
    > the phone, if I store my refernces in their own folder the notes list
    > becomes cluttered
    >
    > 3. Speaking about notes, back to Lotus Notes. Anyone found a way to sync

    the
    > notes on the phone with a database in Lotus Notes ?
    >
    > All tips are gratefully accepted...
    >
    > H.
    >
    >






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