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The Addressbook can store up to
500 entries that are managed in the
If the Addressbook has been selected as
Open Addressbook (in standby mode)
Select entry field
Make further entries
Entries can be organized by groups.
. Assign a picture to an
After entering the date of birth, the "re-
minder box" can be activated. You can
now enter the time for the reminder.
. Show all input fields if the
display was previously reduced (
(enter first and/or
Dial numbers by voice command.
Open Addressbook (in standby mode).
Select entry (first letter and/or
(Select phone numbers if there are
more than one
A short signal sounds. Now speak the
name. After a second beep and message
in the display, repeat the name. A beep
now confirms the recording, which is
Apply voice dialling
Press and hold
Now speak the name. The number is
You can transmit and receive very long
messages (up to 760 characters) on your
phone. They are automatically composed
of several "normal" SMS messages (note
Additionally you can insert pictures and
sounds in an SMS.
The Multimedia Messaging Service ena-
bles you to send texts, pictures (also pho-
tos) and sounds in a combined message
to another mobile phone or to an e-mail
address. All elements of an MMS message
are merged to form a "slide show".
Writing/sending MMS messages
An MMS consists of the address header
and the content.
(in standby mode).