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9357109
Issue 2 EN

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    Electronic user´s guide released subject to “Nokia User´s Guides Terms and Conditions, 7th June, 1998”. User’s Manual 9357109 Issue 2 EN...

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    © 1995-1997 Nokia Mobile Phones Ltd. All rights reserved. Nokia Mobile Phones operates a policy of continuous improvement. Therefore, we reserve the right to make changes and improvements to any of the products described in this guide without prior notice.

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    . To end a call press . To CONNECTING TO OTHER DEVICES answer a call press When connecting the communicator to any other device, read its user’s guide for detailed safety instructions. Do not connect incompatible products. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Fax settings ........5-4 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    To-do list ......... . 9-6 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    16. Important safety information ....16-1 Facts about cellular data transmission ....16-3 Index 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 7: Introduction

    The word “interface” emphasises the fact that both of these two aspects of the Nokia 9000i Communicator use the same resources and work closely together - they are not separate devices. For example, the phone interface uses the names and phone numbers stored in the communicator interface’s Contacts directory, and the communi-...

  • Page 8: Things To Remember, Document Outbox, Important Safety Information, Facts About Cellular Data Transmission

    The phone interface is designed for making and receiving calls quickly. It looks and operates like The communicator interface has many organiser other Nokia mobile phones (except that the ear- and communication applications. The QWERTY piece and microphone are on the backside of the keyboard, command buttons and large display device).

  • Page 9: Contacts, Contact Cards

    For this reason, the tacts directory. The information shown depends text editor is called Note editor in the Notes ap- on the information the selected application can plication, Mail editor in the Mail application, and 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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    Things to remember 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 11: Getting Started, First Start-up

    Chapter 2 - Getting started 2. Getting started When you open the sales package, check that it For information about other Nokia 9000i Com- contains the following: municator accessories, see the Accessories Guide. • Nokia 9000i Communicator. • This User’s Manual and the combined Quick This chapter covers the following topics: Guide and Accessories Guide.

  • Page 12: Sim Card

    (press tor with any other but the operator’s or provid- er’s own SIM cards. If an unacceptable SIM card 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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    Note: The battery does not fit into place if the SIM card is not correctly installed. Do not force the battery into place! Check that you have inserted the SIM card into the slot as described above. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 14: Connectors, Battery

    (figure 2-6). Figure 2-5 Figure 2-6 Battery Your Nokia 9000i Communicator is powered by a Charging the battery rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery. The High Pow- er Battery provides up to three hours of talk/fax/ Use only chargers approved by the communicator terminal time or 35 hours of standby time.

  • Page 15: Using The Battery

    Hold down the release button on the left side Always close the device cover before removing of the adapter (see figure 2-7), and turn the the battery. Closing the cover will save all data. adapter away from the communicator. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 16: Communicator Interface

    The applications are run in the middle of the dis- Whenever the selection frame is shown, you can play. The indicators (see figure 2-10) show appli- select items by moving the selection frame with cation and system-related information (see 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 17: Logs

    When you press a cursor, enter a new value manually via the key- command with next to its name, as in Logs board. in figure 2-10, only the command set changes. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 18: Communicator Applications

    Notes — Notes is used for text editing, print- Note: Information need not be specifically saved ing and document management. You can also (there is no “Save” command). Nokia 9000i send documents as short messages, fax or Communicator saves all data automatically.

  • Page 19: Indicators

    Time and date can be ad- PC, see chapter 10 "System: Con- justed within Clock, see chapter 11 necting to a PC" on page 10-5. "Extras: Clock - Clock settings" on page 11-5. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 20: Keyboard

    In settings etc., the tab- 2. Escape (ESC) ulator key can be used to move to the next field. To cancel an action, you can either press Cancel Figure 2-11 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 21: Special Features, Received Faxes

    View. shown (figure 2-12). The note can be dismissed Figure 2-12 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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    The highlighted Ctrl-Space bar Multiselection name in the input field is the communicator’s Ctrl-A Select all suggestion for the name. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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    Gen- application, press Application topics. The fol- eral topics, close the help, start the correct appli- lowing commands become available: cation and press Help again. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 24: Useful Settings Information

    1. You may obtain this information from your network service provider. 2. You may obtain this information from your Internet service provider. 3. You may obtain this information from your remote mailbox provider (either an Internet service pro- vider, or your own company). 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 25: Contact Cards, Editing Contact Cards

    Contacts application. • Creating, editing, and managing all contact information, such as phone numbers, You will find the Nokia HelpLine contact cards in addresses and speed dials. the Contacts directory. The HelpLine answers • Viewing logs of all incoming and outgoing questions and offers instructions over the phone.

  • Page 26: Speed Dials

    4 "Telephone: Managing calls - Al- The Speed dials command (see figure 3-1) lets you ternating calls" on page 4-5). The Password assign speed dials to eight phone numbers field is for the booking password (see chap- 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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    To access the logs: To create a new contact card: Press Logs in the Contacts main view. The Open the General log. command set changes. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 28: Contacts Directory And The Phone Interface

    Check that the phone numbers are in the correct When contact information is copied from the fields in the contact card. Contacts directory to the SIM card, the contact names may not fully fit in the SIM card’s memory. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 29: Telephone, Audio Control

    (except in a car instal- audio off. The indicator in the audio control view lation). The Telephone setting Audio when cover shows the chosen volume level. opened (in the settings group Other settings, see 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 30: Making A Call

    Once you have made the call, you can close the key for three seconds. cover and continue the call in the phone inter- Wait for the tone and then press OK. face, unless you want to use the handsfree mode. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 31: Answering A Call, Managing Calls

    To switch between multiple calls, use the scroll audio is off. or arrow keys. The command buttons change ac- cording to the selected call’s status. For example Figure 4-2 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 32: Making A New Call, Conference Call

    Figure 4-3 Voice call transfer enables you to connect two voice calls together and disconnect yourself from both calls. The voice call transfer is a network service which 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 33: Incoming Faxes, Short Messages And Data

    To send a DTMF sequence when you have an ac- Incoming faxes, short messages and data Faxes, short messages and incoming data are re- ceived automatically, provided that the phone 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 34: Telephone Settings

    Choose a divert mode: application and start the Composer. For more in- Divert all calls — All incoming calls are diverted. formation about composing, see chapter 11 "Ex- tras: Composer" on page 11-5. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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    If you want to receive any calls, you must set your phone to some answering mode. The available modes are Voice, Fax, Data and Voice/Fax. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 36: Other Settings

    SMS message. Contact your network messages, faxes, or update your calendar. Once operator for details. you have left the aircraft, you can turn off the flight mode by pressing Exit flight mode, turn Figure 4-4 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 37: Sending Faxes, Short Messages

    To write a new fax: Press Write fax in the Fax main view. To forward a received fax: Write the fax in the opened editor. Select the Received faxes folder in the Fax 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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    The From field is always up box opens. Choose a number from the list filled automatically according to the information and press Select. The fax cover page opens. Figure 5-2 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 39: Fax Settings

    2. Select the Received faxes folder and press Shortcuts" on page 2-12. Open. Select the fax and press Open. The fax viewer opens (figure 5-3). To return the previous commands, press Back. Figure 5-3 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 40: Fax Settings

    Select the one receive alternate voice/fax calls, you must set you want to attach to the fax. this to As voice/fax. This setting applies also to the Fax modem application. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 41: Standard Messages, Sms Settings

    For more information on these options, see chap- • Received messages — Messages that you have ter 5 "Fax" on page 5-1. received. If any of these choices is not possible, the choice will be dimmed. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 42: Sending Messages, Received Messages, Business Cards

    (sent and received), text (press Copy), or edit the original text open one of the lists, select a contact, and (press Edit). Editing will lose the formatting press Select. of the original text. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 43: Received Messages

    From field, press Next Select the Received messages folder and press number to toggle between these numbers Open. and to select one of them. To call the selected number, press Call. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 44: Business Cards

    (see ”Received messages” on CellularWare 1.0 note: When a business card page 6-3). you send is received with the Nokia CellularWare 1.0 software, the label texts of Tel fields are add- When you have received a business card, press ed to the phone numbers.

  • Page 45: Standard Messages, Sms Settings

    — In order to receive a convert- topics you want to receive information. ed message, the recipient must have an appropri- 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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    If you select Save only, info mes- For more information about Info service, contact sages are not displayed but saved in the folder. If your service provider. you select Display only, messages are displayed but not saved. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 47: Internet, Internet Applications, Internet Glossary

    Internet glossary Cookies Cookies are little pieces of information, given by the server to you, to store session informa- 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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    A proxy can also serve as a network “cache”, which speeds up the fetching process. Simple Mail Transport Protocol (SMTP) An Internet protocol governing the transfer of electronic mail. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 49: Internet Settings

    Uniform Resource Locator (URL) Internet. Link information required by the WWW serv- If you want your Nokia 9000i Communicator ice to connect to a given WWW host compu- to support SSL encryption, it can be installed ter. The URL usually starts with http:// later.

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    Secondary nameserver — The IP address of the secondary nameserver. Note: You may define several Internet access points, as well as specify an IAP to be used for a certain connection. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 51: Mail, Mail Settings

    Chapter 7 - Internet Mail The Nokia 9000i Communicator mail system is Received mail — Contains mail fetched from the compliant with the Internet standards SMTP, remote mailbox. See ”Reading mail” on page 7-9. IMAP4, POP3, MIME1 and MIME2. Remote mailbox — Your electronic mailbox serv- Mail is started in the Internet applications main ice which receives all your mail.

  • Page 52: Sending Mail

    Memos" on page 9-3) applications. When the message is ready to be sent, press To create new mail: Recipient to select an address from the Mail Press Write mail in the Mail main view. An 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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    When the reply is ready to be sent, press to open the Mail envelope. See "Sending mail: Send. The Mail envelope view opens, see Mail envelope" on page 7-8. ”Mail envelope” on page 7-8. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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    You can also enter standard Internet mail address- es manually. The basic format of an Internet mail Press Start to send your mail. address is mailbox@domain. The mailbox part identifies the mail recipient within a domain. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 55: Reading Mail

    Downloaded files folder. From the Received mail folder, when you open a Close returns you to the previous screen. received mail the following command buttons are displayed: Delete — Deletes the open mail message. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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    The connection to remote These messages will be retained in Received mail mailbox closes, and the Mail application main folder, and deleted from the remote mailbox. view returns on the display. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 57: World Wide Web, Www Settings

    Proxy port must be de- Yes is chosen, the URL entry box is shown in the fined before using the proxy. WWW browser main view, and the URL is read 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 58: Hotlist, Connecting To Www

    WWW” on page 7-14) and press Fetch. Internet access point. You can also fetch WWW pages stored on the communicator by using the If the WWW page was already recently fetched, the page is fetched from temporary working mem- 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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    WWW page or inline image WWW page, open the document in the Note ed- into the Downloaded files folder and adds on itor (in the Downloaded files of the Notes appli- 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 60: Navigating In Www

    Press is available when a hyperlink should be page 7-11), but will be displayed as icons. To chosen by pressing a button. fetch an image, select the icon and press Fetch Change activates various items, such as check image. boxes. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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    Plug-ins Press Fetch to fetch the package. After the software package has been successfully The Nokia 9000i Communicator is capable of ac- fetched, the software installation view opens. cepting software plug-ins that can increase web Press Install to install the software.

  • Page 62: Telnet, Defining Telnet Connections

    Backspace key — Defines whether the keyboard Are you there? — Enquires whether the remote backspace key is used as a backspace (BS - de- system is still running (if the execution of a fault) or delete (DEL) key. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 63: Text Transfers

    Press Back to return to the previous set of com- enable you to download (capture) or upload mands. (send) texts between the host computer and the communicator. This feature can be used, for ex- 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 64: Terminal, Defining Terminal Connections

    (i.e., locally) or to the remote host computer: On (echoed lo- cally)/Off (echoed to the remote host – default). Figure 7-9 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 65: Terminal Connection

    Scrolling does not affect the • All VT100 application keypad keys (numbers cursor position. Pressing any keyboard key re- 1-9, minus, comma, period, dash, enter). turns the view to the cursor position. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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    7-20 Defining Terminal connections 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 67: Notes

    Memos cannot be moved. Select a folder and press Open. Create folder — Allows you to make a new sub- Select a document from the folder’s docu- folder. ment list and press Delete. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 68: Editing

    Telnet connections: Text transfers" on page 7- The special character key Chr on the keyboard is 17), can be opened in the Note editor. used to create characters that are not included in 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 69: Sending, Printing

    (for example, something is moved Please refer to the User’s Guide of the printer for between the infrared sensors or the commu- detailed safety instructions on the device. nicator is moved), printing is interrupted. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 70: Notes Settings

    Left margin (default 2.54 cm / 1 inch) fault) Right margin (default 2.54 cm / 1 inch) Size: 10 points / 12 (default) / 14 / 18 / 24 / 36 / User defined 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 71: Calendar

    Figure 9-1 Monthly schedule The monthly schedule shows the days of the cur- of the week (on the top row). rent month in columns according to the number 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 72: Monthly Schedule, Daily Schedule

    (or edit) recurring events, you will be to adjust the following details: asked if you want to apply the changes to all Description — The description of the event. or only to the selected event. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 73: Weekly Schedule

    • All the events are marked with grey bars (June 17th in figure 9-3). according to their start and end times. The bars are thinner if the events of the day overlap (Friday 20th in figure 9-3). 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 74: Calendar Booking

    Contacts application, the password is auto- matically taken from there when you send a res- Select an event in the daily schedule or write 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 75: Alarms

    "Extras: Clock - Alarm clock" on page 11-3. any key. If you have set the communicator to the silent mode (in the System application’s set- tings), only the alarm note will be shown. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 76: To-do List

    To remove the currently selected entry from the The entries in the To-do list are numbered, and list, press Delete. they can be given high priority. High priority en- Figure 9-4 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 77: System, System Settings

    Use the format hh:mm. display will blank out if the device remains inac- 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 78: Security

    Note: Avoid using codes that are similar to via the phone interface. emergency numbers to prevent accidental dialling of the emergency number. Note: When the communicator is locked, it may be possible to make a call via the phone 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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    The new code must be 5 digits long. The lock SIM change security option can also be acti- code can also be changed in the phone inter- vated in the phone interface Security options 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 80: User Data

    Name, Company, Job title, Address, Tel, Fax, within the Fax application. Likewise, the SMS ap- Tel(GSM), Fax(GSM), Mail and URL fields. plication uses this information when you send your own business card. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 81: Connecting To A Pc

    Start the connectivity software on the PC. gramme (provided on a diskette in the sales Check that the COM port reported by the con- package) on the PC and then launch it. The Nokia nectivity software is correct. Communicator Server software requires Micro- soft Windows 3.1 (or later) or Windows NT 3.51...

  • Page 82: Fax Modem, File Transfer

    3.51 (or higher) operating systems can use the mentation of the PC application that you are modem information file found on the Nokia using. A list of the common AT commands (based Communicator Server diskette. See also the re- on the ETSI 07.07 standard) supported by the No-...

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    The following files can be transferred: multiselection (scroll to the desired items and press Ctrl-Space bar; see chapter 2 "Getting Text files — Nokia 9000i Communicator text started: Special features - Multiselection" on files transferred to a PC can be read and edit-...

  • Page 84: Install/remove Software, Backup/restore

    When data is backed up the previous contents of change the connection type or the path to the PC the backup directories will be deleted. If you directory. want to keep the previous backup set, you should 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 85: Import/export Contacts, Import/export Calendar Data

    The calendar data is the calendar.txt file, but not exported (to export exported to the PC as a single ASCII text file, cal- memos, use the File transfer application). 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 86: Data Removal, Memory, About This Product, Troubleshooting

    Before deleting, you can send them or transfer them to a PC. About this product This view displays information about the Nokia 9000i Communicator. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 87: Extras, Text Web

    Select. (phone number). To change the access numbers of Nokia and Op- To fetch information: erator services, or to change, add or delete serv- ice access points that you have defined yourself, In the Text Web main view, scroll to one of press Settings.

  • Page 88: Calculator

    As long as you have not pressed Enter or “=”, you can move in addition the calculation string with the arrow keys and edit the string. – subtraction multiplication division 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 89: Clock

    An alarm can be set to occur within the next 24 hours. Alarms that occur later than this are set in the Calendar application. Figure 11-2 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 90: World Time

    Set position — Opens a world map view where selected home city, country, time, date and you can determine the position of a city by whether daylight saving time is in use. Figure 11-3 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 91: Composer

    To play the composition shown on the staff, press Play tune. While the composition is being Undo changes restores the tune to what it was played, the command changes into Stop playing. before editing. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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    Deletes the selected col- umn (containing a note or Backspace a rest). Moves all follow- ing columns to the left Lengthens the duration of Full stop (.) the note or rest by half 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 93: Converter

    The amount is displayed in the result field. amount you enter will automatically appear Note: Changing the base currency will clear all in the input field. The result will appear in the set exchange rates. result field. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 94: Wireless Data Backup

    The Wireless data backup application allows you To use this application you must first obtain this to backup and restore data over the digital cellu- service from a service provider. Contact Nokia lar network via a data call. HelpLine (see the Accessories Guide) for more in- formation.

  • Page 95: Document Outbox

    Waiting, Retry or Upon request: strength becomes adequate, previous phone • Select the document and press Start. The call ends). document(s) will be sent as soon as possible. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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    • You cancel the sending manually by pressing box only if: Cancel sending. • Sending succeeds. • Sending fails ten times or fails because of missing or inadequate sending information. In this case, an information note will be shown. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 97: Phone Interface

    Selection keys. The function of these two keys (on both sides of the scroll keys) depends on the text shown on the bottom line of the display. See figure 13-2. Figure 13-1 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 98: Display Indicators

    If you simply listen to the message, the spool sym- You have received an SMS message, fax or bol will remain on the display. To play the mes- mail. sage, press Listen. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 99: Receiving A Call, Making A Call, Sending Dtmf Tones

    4 "Telephone: Manag- network. DTMF tones can be transmitted even ing calls - Sending DTMF tones" on page 4-5. when the keypad tones are set off. Make a call to the desired phone number. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 100: Using Memory

    To enter a space between characters, press less convenient (you will have to enter most con- To correct a mistake, press tact information manually). This manual will as- sume that you use the standard “B” memory. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 101: Dialling Shortcuts

    For a wait character, press tor memory (“B” memory). For information on four times quickly, so that a w is displayed. how to assign phone number speed dials, see For more information on storing DTMF se- 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 102: Using The Menus

    Press Menu to enter the menu facility. The display will read View menu. Pressing or pressing and holding Quit will exit Press either to scroll the list of men- the menu facility. us until you reach the desired menu. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 103: Menu Shortcuts, Main Menu Structure

    1 Memory selection, 2 SIM card memory status , 3 Copy between memo- MENU 8 FUNCTIONS ries, 4 Erase SIM card memory , 5 Show own numbers IN-CALL MENU 9 OPTIONS MENU 10 ALL SOUNDS MENU 11 KEYPAD LOCK 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 104: Menus

    If the topic contains no in- 2 5 1. If required, key in the access code of the formation, the text NO MESSAGE ON THIS mailbox (or answering machine). It is sent as TOPIC is displayed. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 105

    The call di- by pressing quickly even if Off is selected. verting functions are described in more detail in When the communicator is connected to a 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 106

    When Short is selected, only the main Date and time (Menu 4 8) functions are shown and can be accessed. You can select whether the date and time are shown on the display. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 107

    When the system lock is activated in this determined set of phone numbers. This ‘fixed menu, the communicator will lock immedi- dialling’ function works only with SIM cards ately. Even if you remove and replace the bat- 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 108

    SIM card that you have gency calls to the number 112. used with the communicator. Clear timers (Menu 6 1 3) To turn the limit off, select None. Resets all timers. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 109

    The memory selection does not affect the fore, the number cannot be shown. If the SIM card is provided with several phone numbers, communicator interface applications, which will always use “memory B.” you may scroll the list. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 110

    Managing calls - Alternating calls" on page 4-5). menu Keypad lock. Press Select. Speech — When you have an alternating call ac- tive, this option changes the mode of the call from fax or data to voice. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 111: Help

    Wait for 5 seconds. The first page of the help text the title screen. will appear. The text is scrolled automatically. While reading a help text, you can move to the next or previous menu function by pressing 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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    13-16 Help 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 113: Troubleshooting

    Chapter 14 - Troubleshooting 14-1 14. Troubleshooting Note: You will find the Nokia HelpLine contact Check that the SIM card is correctly installed, card in the Contacts directory. The Help- see chapter 2 "Getting started: SIM card" on Line answers questions and offers instruc- page 2-2.

  • Page 114

    The phone interface is off. Close the cover and the SIM card entries into the Contacts directo- switch the phone interface on. ry. See chapter 13 "Phone interface: Menus - Memory functions (Menu 8)" on page 13-13. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 115

    Contact your E-mail service provid- er. If you are using the Upon request sending The PC software for desktop connectivity is option, mail sending must be started in the not installed. The software is found on the 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 116

    The communicator may be connected to a the ETSI 07.07 standard) supported by the computer, laptop or printer via an infrared Nokia 9000i Communicator are listed in the connection. file atcomm.txt on the diskette supplied with the product. For information on how to use...

  • Page 117: Care And Maintenance

    Chapter 15 - Care and maintenance 15-1 15. Care and maintenance Your Nokia 9000i Communicator is a product of Do not store the communicator in cold areas. superior design and craftsmanship and should be When the communicator warms up (to its normal treated with care.

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  • Page 119: Important Safety, Traffic Safety, Operating Environment

    IrDA certified. Do for the safety of personnel, it is recommended not point the infrared beam at anyone’s eye. 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 120: Emergency Calls, Using This Manual

    This manual is used for both the Nokia 9000i functions which cannot guarantee connection in Communicator GSM and PCN models.

  • Page 121: Facts About Cellular Data Transmission

    Chapter 16 - Important safety information 16-3 Facts about cellular data transmission The Nokia 9000i Communicator employs the dig- battery. Then replace the battery and estab- ital data transmission capabilities of the digital lish a new cellular connection. cellular network to send faxes, short messages,...

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    16-4 Facts about cellular data transmission 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 123

    DTMF tones ............3-3 Weekly schedule ........9-3 Automatic sending......13-4 Calls Sending ........4-5, 13-3 Alternating calls ....4-5, 13-14 Special characters ........3-2 Answering ........4-3, 13-3 Storing ............3-3 Answering a waiting call ....4-5 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 124

    Settings ..........4-6 Settings ...........6-5 Nokia HelpLine contact card ...... 3-1 Install/Remove software ......10-8 Notes Internet Sending ........... 8-3 Access requirements ......7-1 Settings ..........8-4 Data call barring ........7-4 Internet access point ......7-4 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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    Defining connections ....... 7-18 Operating environment ....16-1 Text Web ............11-1 Traffic safety ........16-1 Time format ..........10-2 Screen blanker period ........10-1 To-do list ............9-6 Security ............10-2 Transferring text (Telnet, Terminal) ..7-17 Settings ..........10-2 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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    Locally stored pages ......7-13 Setting number ........4-8 Navigation commands .....7-13 Volume Plug-ins ..........7-15 Adjusting loudspeaker ......4-1 Settings ..........7-11 Key click ..........10-2 Viewing images ........7-14 Ringing volume ....10-2, 13-10 Viewing the HTML code ....7-13 1998 Nokia Mobile Phones. All Rights Reserved.

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