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  1. #1
    Dear All,

    I currently have a Nokia 6010, signed up with T-Mobile on their
    pre-paid service. My phone is in the final stages of it's life. Is
    there a cost effective and easy way to transfer my contacts to the Mac?

    Cheers.




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    Me
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    Re: transfering contacts from nokia 6010 to a mac

    <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Dear All,
    >
    > I currently have a Nokia 6010, signed up with T-Mobile on their
    > pre-paid service. My phone is in the final stages of it's life. Is
    > there a cost effective and easy way to transfer my contacts to the Mac?
    >
    > Cheers.
    >

    Am I right that this phone does not have a pop-port PC connector, no BT or
    IR? I'm afraid that the simplest way to transfer contacts is to use the SIM
    card. If you want them on the MAC, I guess you would need another phone that
    supports PC connectivity but even there you may have problems as PCSuite
    does not run on a MAC(?).

    If it is sufficient to have transfer your contacts to a new phone, then it
    should be relatively straightforward with the SIM card.





  3. #3

    Re: transfering contacts from nokia 6010 to a mac

    actually, contacts are stored on the phone for 6010..
    Me wrote:
    > <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > Dear All,
    > >
    > > I currently have a Nokia 6010, signed up with T-Mobile on their
    > > pre-paid service. My phone is in the final stages of it's life. Is
    > > there a cost effective and easy way to transfer my contacts to the Mac?
    > >
    > > Cheers.
    > >

    > Am I right that this phone does not have a pop-port PC connector, no BT or
    > IR? I'm afraid that the simplest way to transfer contacts is to use the SIM
    > card. If you want them on the MAC, I guess you would need another phone that
    > supports PC connectivity but even there you may have problems as PCSuite
    > does not run on a MAC(?).
    >
    > If it is sufficient to have transfer your contacts to a new phone, then it
    > should be relatively straightforward with the SIM card.





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    Me
    Guest

    Re: transfering contacts from nokia 6010 to a mac


    <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > actually, contacts are stored on the phone for 6010..

    I have not used a 6010 but according to Nokia it is a GSM phone and then
    does have a SIM card (you yourself told it has a SIM card). I've never heard
    of any phone implementation that would not allow using the SIM phone book
    (although many use the phone directory as a default and primary phone book).

    One may have personally chosen to use the phone memory but it still should
    be possible to copy entries to the SIM for further transfer. Did not go and
    look at the phone manual how exactly this should be done. Are you really
    claiming this is not possible?

    > Me wrote:
    >> <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:[email protected]
    >> > Dear All,
    >> >
    >> > I currently have a Nokia 6010, signed up with T-Mobile on their
    >> > pre-paid service. My phone is in the final stages of it's life. Is
    >> > there a cost effective and easy way to transfer my contacts to the Mac?
    >> >
    >> > Cheers.
    >> >

    >> Am I right that this phone does not have a pop-port PC connector, no BT
    >> or
    >> IR? I'm afraid that the simplest way to transfer contacts is to use the
    >> SIM
    >> card. If you want them on the MAC, I guess you would need another phone
    >> that
    >> supports PC connectivity but even there you may have problems as PCSuite
    >> does not run on a MAC(?).
    >>
    >> If it is sufficient to have transfer your contacts to a new phone, then
    >> it
    >> should be relatively straightforward with the SIM card.

    >






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