mobile PhoneTools User Guide...
Contents Introduction..........8 Copyrights .................. 8 Trademarks ................8 Statement ................... 8 Screen Shots ................8 Minimum system requirements ........... 9 Contacts ................... 10 Corporate Headquarters .......................10 Sales .............................10 Technical support ........................ 10 Web sites ........................10 Telephone number and e-mail address ................10 Updates on documentation and comments ..............10 Live Update ................
mobile PhoneTools - Contents mobile PhoneTools main window ..........18 Function Panel ........................19 Basic Configuration .........20 Setup an Internet connection ............ 20 Connection wizard ........................20 Launch Internet Browser automatically................. 21 Setting up e-mail ............... 21 Importing an existing e-mail account ..................21 Creating a new e-mail account .....................22 Advanced Setup ......................22 Mailbox management ....................
mobile PhoneTools - Contents Printing the logbook ......................29 Clearing logbook entries .......................29 Archiving logbook entries ......................29 Internet Connection ..............30 New Connection ........................30 Connection properties ......................31 High-speed connection (GPRS and 1xRTT type) ............31 Standard connection (GSM-Data and CDMA type) 34 Connection logs ........................35 Filtering logs........................
mobile PhoneTools - Contents Calendar supported formats ....................49 Creating a calendar ......................49 Calendar options ........................49 Access the Options window ..................50 Modify the period displayed ..................50 Modifying the calendar display .....................50 Changing the period displayed in the Calendar ............50 Showing and hiding windows ..................50 Show toolbars .......................50 Managing events ........................51 Scheduling a new event ....................51...
mobile PhoneTools - Contents Overview ..........................62 Setting a new profile ......................62 Associate a phone with an existing profile ................62 Defining a default user profile ....................62 E-mail ..................63 Overview ..........................63 Sending an e-mail .........................63 Preparing an e-mail message ..................63 Attaching documents to an e-mail message ..............63 Defining a priority ......................64 Deferring a transmission ....................64 Receiving an e-mail ......................65...
mobile PhoneTools - Contents Overview ........................76 Preparing an MMS ......................76 Using the Composer .....................77 Previewing an MMS ......................78 Saving an MMS ......................78 Sending to recipient ......................78 Video Studio module ......................79 Overview ........................79 Importing a video clip file ....................82 Editing video clip ......................82 Adding/editing text ......................83 Adding/editing sound ....................84 Save a movie ........................86...
mobile PhoneTools - Contents Location Tab: Dialing properties ..................93 E-Mail Tab ..........................94 Add an e-mail account ....................94 Delete an e-mail account ....................94 Sending account: Default account ................95 Advanced Setup … .......................95 Mailbox management ....................98 Signature management… .....................99 Telephone Tab ........................100 Ringer: Ring tone options ...................100 Number presentation: Outgoing Caller ID ..............101 Internet Tab ........................101...
United States and other countries. It is your responsibility, not Motorola's, to ensure that your use of Mobile Phone Tools software and/or Motorola phones to copy, edit, play or otherwise use any Music Materials does not violate the copyright laws.
mobile PhoneTools - Introduction 1.5 Minimum system requirements This application runs under Windows® 98, 2000, Millennium, or XP. To obtain information about other operating systems and upgrades, contact BVRP Software or your dealer. For optimal application performance, make sure your system includes the following: •...
PhoneTools - Introduction 1.6 Contacts 1.6.1 Corporate Headquarters Motorola, Inc. Consumer Advocacy Office 1307 East Algonquin Road Schaumburg, IL 60196 1.6.2 Sales To obtain product information, order an upgrade, or obtain a list of dealers and points of sale, call us at the following number: 800-331-6456.
mobile PhoneTools - Introduction 1.7 Live Update You can update mobile PhoneTools directly from the application using your Internet connection. Configuring the update procedure 1. Click the Menu button from the application main window. 2. In the menu that appears, select Setup then Live Update Configuration. A Configuration window opens to display the Live Update Scheduler.
mobile PhoneTools - Getting started Chapter 2: Getting started 2.1 Installing/Uninstalling mobile PhoneTools 2.1.1 Installing mobile PhoneTools Important! Do not connect your phone to the PC until instructed to do so by the mobile PhoneTools software installation wizard. 126.96.36.199 Starting the installation To install mobile PhoneTools on your hard drive, insert the CD-ROM containing the program in the appropriate drive.
mobile PhoneTools - Getting started 6. Specify whether you wish a Complete or Custom install, then click the Next button. 7. If you choose Complete, all program features will be installed with default settings The Start Copying Files window is displayed summarizing current settings. 8.
mobile PhoneTools - Getting started 3. Click Finish to close the mobile PhoneTools Installation Wizard. Note: Depending on your operating system, at the end of the installation procedure the Wizard may ask you to restart your computer so that all system changes can be taken into account. 188.8.131.52 Choosing a user profile After you have finished installing the application and have started the program, the Choose a user profile dialog box is displayed: the Profile popup menu proposes a default profile.
mobile PhoneTools - Getting started - The Bluetooth connection is a wireless technology allowing the mobile phone and the computer to exchange data via a radio link over a short distance. The Bluetooth Wizard will guide you through the mobile phone installation process.
mobile PhoneTools - Getting started 184.108.40.206 Bluetooth connection using the Bluetooth Wizard 220.127.116.11.1 What is Bluetooth? Bluetooth is an open standard for short-range radio transmission for data transfer between computers and/or computer-based devices. Bluetooth range limitation is of about 30ft (9m). Bluetooth technology is designed to replace cables by taking the information normally carried by the cable, and transmitting it at a special frequency to a receiver Bluetooth, which will then give the information received to the computer, phone, etc.
mobile PhoneTools - Getting started After the phone has been detected, the following window is displayed: 4. Click the Next button. The Pairing device window of the Wizard is displayed. Follow the step-by-step instructions: the phone asks you to enter the PIN code provided in the bottom right of the Wizard window into the phone.
mobile PhoneTools - Getting started 2.2 mobile PhoneTools main window Once your mobile phone is connected to your computer, the following operations can be performed easily: place and receive calls; send and receive e-mail and SMS messages; synchronize your Contacts and calendars; create and modify melodies or images for sending your MMS messages;...
mobile PhoneTools - Getting started 2.2.1 Function Panel The function panel gives access to the following mobile PhoneTools functions: Internet, SMS or EMS, E-mail, Multimedia Center, Contacts, Calendar, and data synchronization. Function panel icons: Establishes an Internet Connection or opens the Internet Connection Wizard window to configure a connection if one has not been created.
mobile PhoneTools - Basic Configuration Chapter 3: Basic Configuration The majority of necessary parameters were automatically setup during the installation of mobile PhoneTools. However, basic configuration of mobile PhoneTools is required before all features are fully functional. 3.1 Setup an Internet connection Warning! Data service is a network and subscription dependent feature that may not be available in all areas.
mobile PhoneTools - Basic Configuration 18.104.22.168 Launch Internet Browser automatically You can request the program to start your Internet browser each time you start a connection. 1. Click the Menu button in the application main window and select Setup then Internet Connections.
mobile PhoneTools - Basic Configuration 3.2.2 Creating a new e-mail account If you imported an existing e-mail account, the various fields in the General Setup dialog box are filled in automatically. If you did not import an account, you must add an account and fill in all the fields: 1.
mobile PhoneTools - Basic Configuration 1. Click the button to create a new mailbox. 2. Enter the mailbox name in the entry field displayed. 3. Click the Enter button then close the window. For more information, see Mailbox management, page 98 and Inbox Folder, page 87. 22.214.171.124 Signature management A signature normally consists of a few lines which are automatically added to the end of an e- mail message when sent.
mobile PhoneTools - Basic Configuration 1. From mobile PhoneTools main window, click the Menu button, then select Organizer > Mobile Phone > Backup/Restore. The Backup/Restore Wizard window is displayed. 2. Select the Copy mobile phone data to computer option and click Next. 3.
mobile PhoneTools - Basic Configuration 3.3.4 Synchronizing using the Wizard You must synchronize initially in order to update the data in your mobile phone and the application data. 1. From the mobile PhoneTools function panel, click the Synchronize button. The Synchronization Options window appears on the screen. Note: If the mobile phone has not yet been synchronized, the Synchronization Wizard is launched.
mobile PhoneTools - Basic Configuration - If you click Calendar: The filter field proposes to Synchronize all your events or to Synchronize only. If you select Synchronize only, choose the desired dates using the popup menus. - If you clicked Tasks: The filter field proposes to Synchronize all your tasks or to Synchronize only.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features Chapter 4: mobile PhoneTools features 4.1 mobile PhoneTools interface 4.1.1 Making a Call with mobile PhoneTools 126.96.36.199 Using the dialer 1. In the application main window: - enter the telephone number directly on the keyboard - click on the application keys.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 1. In the application main window, click the green handset. The list of recent calls is displayed. 2. Click the number you want to redial. It is displayed and automatically dialed. 3. Click the red handset icon when the call is over. 4.1.2 Receiving a Call with mobile PhoneTools 188.8.131.52 Caller id screening When you receive an incoming call, mobile PhoneTools displays the following warning message...
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 4.2.2 Printing the logbook 1. From mobile PhoneTools main window, click the Menu button, select the Send option, then Logbook (or press F8). The Transmission Logbook window is displayed. Click the Menu button, select the Receive option, then Logbook (or press F9). The Reception Logbook window is displayed.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 4.3 Internet Connection mobile PhoneTools functions (SMS, MMS, Internet, etc.) can be accessed by connecting to various wireless telephone networks. Network availability and functionality is dependent upon your wireless service provider. Networks supported by mobile PhoneTools are: GPRS, 1xRTT, GSM-Data, CDMA, UMTS, W- CDMA, TDMA.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 4.3.2 Connection properties 1. Click the Menu button in the application main window and select Setup, then Internet connections. The Internet connections window is displayed. 2. Select a connection then click the File menu and select Properties. The Properties dialog box is displayed.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features Context Specify in this screen the appropriate Context ID. Select Dynamic IP address (assigned automatically when the connection starts) or Fixed IP address (which you enter yourself). Select Dynamic DNS addresses or Fixed DNS addresses.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features QoS Requested Quality of service enables you to specify connection conditions. For a GPRS connection, a quality of service profile consists of 5 parameters: Precedence When operating conditions are lower than normal, the network tries to maintain service for all profiles.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features QoS Minimum See QoS Requested, page 33 for information on the fields displayed in this tab. 184.108.40.206 Standard connection (GSM-Data and CDMA type) Identification Enter User name, Password and Telephone number (supplied by your operator) in the appropriate entry fields.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features Select Dynamic IP address (assigned automatically when the connection starts) or Fixed IP address (which you enter yourself). Select Dynamic DNS addresses or Fixed DNS addresses. 4.3.3 Connection logs The connection log enables you to check your call charges. It lists details of all connections which have taken place.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 220.127.116.11 Filtering logs 18.104.22.168.1 Display entries by date 1. Starting from the Connections log window, select one of the following options from the Period scrolling list: - No filter, to display all connections made, - Current month, - Last month, - From…...
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 4.4 Phonebook 4.4.1 Overview The Phonebook is a handy location to store details of your correspondents, so you can use them when preparing a transmission. 4.4.2 Accessing the Phonebook To access the phonebook from the application main window, you can: •...
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 4.4.4 Phonebook Standard View 22.214.171.124 Creating and managing phonebooks 126.96.36.199.1 Create a phonebook In order to make access to correspondent contact details easier, it may be helpful to create several phonebooks, one for each type of record. For example, you can create a phonebook specifically for your business contacts plus a personal phonebook.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 3. Select the type of phonebook you want to open. 4. The File name field displays the name of the phonebook by default. You can change it by clicking . The Open a phonebook window is displayed and allows you to search for a phonebook.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 188.8.131.52.4 Change the description of a phonebook If you run a number of phonebooks, descriptions associated with them will help you identify them at a glance. The description you give to a phonebook is used as the tree root folder name (instead of being called Phonebook).
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 184.108.40.206 Creating and managing phonebook records 220.127.116.11.1 Creating a record 1. From the phonebook, click the New button. 2. Click in the fields you want to fill out and enter your correspondent’s contact details. Fill out at least one of the following fields: Last name, First name or Company, other fields are optional.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features - Current record - Prints the current record. 6. Enter the size in centimeters of the Top, Bottom, Left and Right margins. 7. To select and configure the printer to be used, click the Printers button. 8.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 18.104.22.168 Creating Groups of correspondents 22.214.171.124.1 Creating a Group You can create groups in any folder, except in the Search results and the Recycle Bin folder. 1. From the phonebook, select the folder in which you want to create a group. 2.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 4.4.5 Phonebook Synchronization view The phonebook synchronization view enables you to display the application phonebook and your mobile phone phonebook in the same window in order to make synchronization easier. To display the phonebook, press the F5 key on your keyboard while in the main application window: •...
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 126.96.36.199 Contacts in computer view This section works like the standard phonebook view. The drop-down list located at the top of the section enables you to select the phonebook folder containing the contacts to be synchronized. Contacts contained in the selected folder are listed below.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 4.4.1 Importing records 188.8.131.52 Importing from an external file 1. From the phonebook, click the File menu. 2. Select the Import option. A wizard will guide you through the import steps. DBF, VCF, PAB, PST and WAB files are automatically imported.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 7. If you are importing files that already exist in the target file, select one of these options: - Add to existing files - Keep existing files - Update existing files 8. Click Next. 9.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features Browse button to search an export file. 2. In the Origin list, select ASCII/DOS if the file will be used in a DOS environment or ANSI/ WINDOWS if it will be used in a Windows environment. 3.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 4.5 Calendar 4.5.1 Overview The Calendar module makes it easy for to you manage your time, wherever you are. You can synchronize the calendar in your mobile phone with one of the e-mail software programs you use on your computer (whether that is mobile Phone Tools, Outlook, or Lotus Notes).
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 184.108.40.206 Access the Options window From the Calendar interface: • in the Tools menu, select Options • click directly on the Options button. The Options window appears. 220.127.116.11 Modify the period displayed Note: If the time range is not displayed in the Calendar interface, then in the View menu select the Time Range option. In the Time Range section, select a Start time and End time.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 4.5.6 Managing events 18.104.22.168 Scheduling a new event 1. From the Calendar interface: - in the Edit menu, select New > Event. - right-click in the Schedule window (central display area), then select Add an event from the popup menu.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 22.214.171.124 Searching for an event 1. To start a search, you can: - select Search in the Edit menu - click the Search button. The Search window appears. 2. In the Search field, enter the keyword to use for the search (for a new search). 3.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 4.6.2 Managing Tasks 126.96.36.199 Creating Tasks 1. From the Calendar interface, - in the Edit menu, select New then Task. - right-click in the display area of the Tasks window, then select Add task from the popup menu.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 4.6.4 Limitations For more information about limitations, refer to your phone manual. 4.7 Synchronization 4.7.1 Overview Synchronization enables you to update your phonebooks and calendars by matching: • numbers saved in your mobile phone phonebook to those saved in the application Phonebook, •...
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features - Show options screen before synchronizing if you wish to check and/or change the options before each synchronization. - In the Specify arrangement for ‘Full Name’ section, select your preferences for the way in which the names of the mobile phone contacts are displayed by choosing whether to display the Last name first (Last name, First name option) or First name first (First name, Last name option).
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 188.8.131.52 Filter 1. Select Contacts, Calendar or Tasks depending on the type of data you wish to synchronize. If you select: - Contacts. Select Synchronize all contacts or Synchronize the selected contacts. In the latter case, click Select to check the entries you wish to synchronize in the Filter window where they are displayed.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 184.108.40.206 Add Entry 1. Use the scrolling list in the Add entry tab to indicate the preferred location for new mobile phone entries. 2. Move to another tab if necessary or click OK to confirm and close the Synchronization options window.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features - Use suffixes to identify new numbers - Select the phone field to which you wish to add a suffix in the Phonebook Phone Field scrolling list. A default letter is assigned in the Suffix section but you can specify it to suit your own needs. This will make it easy for you to identify different numbers.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 220.127.116.11 Mapping This tab enables you to align your mobile phone entries with those of the application. 1. Select the item for which you wish to change the mapping. 2. Click on Modify Mapping. The mapping table for the selected item is displayed.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 18.104.22.168 AutoSync 1. To determine if synchronization between the mobile phone and mobile PhoneTools should occur automatically, select one of the following options: - Never if synchronization will not run automatically. - Every launch if you wish synchronization to run automatically each time you connect.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 4.7.3 Synchronization Wizard 1. Click the Synchronization button from mobile PhoneTools side panel. The Synchronization Options window appears on screen. 2. Select one of the options displayed: - I would like to save my data beforehand for Backup (recommended).
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 4.8 User Profiles 4.8.1 Overview This feature allows multiple users to use the same PC and configure mobile PhoneTools to work with their unique mobile phone. 4.8.2 Setting a new profile 1. Launch mobile PhoneTools. 2.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 4.9 E-mail 4.9.1 Overview The E-mail module allows you to exchange e-mail messages over the Internet, using SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) to send mail, and the POP3 protocol (Post Office Protocol version 3) to receive mail. It allows the following: - E-mail transmission on SMTP server.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 2. To choose the document to be attached to your e-mail message, click The Open window is displayed. 3. From this window, select the file of your choice by clicking on it. To send multiple files you must first compress them, then attach the archive file.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 5. Click Send. The e-mail message is placed in the Pending E-mail folder and will be sent only when the scheduled transmission date and time are reached. Important! Make sure you leave your computer on and the application running at the scheduled transmission time. If your computer is turned off, the transmission will be made the next time you turn the computer on and open the application.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 22.214.171.124 Replying to an e-mail 1. From the Menu button, choose Receive, then click the Inbox option to view the contents of the Inbox folder. 2. Choose an e-mail message, then click the Reply button A window similar to the Send E-mail window is displayed, containing the original message as well as the information about the sender of the selected e-mail.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 4.10.2 Sending a Text Message 126.96.36.199 Configuration 188.8.131.52.1 Setting up the messaging function Before sending SMS or EMS, you may wish to configure mobile PhoneTools SMS options. 1. From the application main window, click the Menu button, select the Setup option, then SMS Configuration.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 184.108.40.206 Preparing a Text Message 220.127.116.11.1 SMS 1. From mobile PhoneTools side panel, click the Send message button The Send Short Message window appears. 2. Enter the recipient’s name and mobile number in the appropriate fields. 3.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 18.104.22.168 Previewing a Text Message 1. From mobile PhoneTools side panel, click the Send message button The Send Short Message window appears. 2. Prepare your text message then click File > Preview. The Message Preview window is displayed. This window allows you to verify that the message you prepared and the message received by your correspondent are identical.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 4.11 Multimedia Studio This application lets you simply and efficiently manage all the multimedia functions of your mobile phone on your PC. Thus you can create and modify melodies using Melody Studio or photographs using Image Studio, and use them in your MMS messages thanks to MMS Studio. You can also create and/or edit movies thanks to the Video Studio, and transfer them on you mobile phone.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 4.11.1 Mobile Explorer The Mobile Explorer allows you to move your files (images, photos, melodies, video clips, etc.) from your computer to your mobile phone and vice versa. When you click the Mobile Explorer button , The Mobile Explorer window is displayed.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 4.11.2 Image Studio module 22.214.171.124 Overview The Image Studio module lets you select an image stored on your computer’s hard disk in order to add a suitable copy of the image to the image library of your telephone, or to attach it to your MMS messages.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features The cropping zone The image cropping zone is represented by moving dotted lines that form a frame . By default, this zone is located at the top left of the image; you can move it and modify it as follows: •...
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 4.11.3 Melody Studio module 126.96.36.199 Overview Melody Studio allows you to download your favorite musical extracts in digital format or in sequential format, and modify them to use them as ring tones on your mobile phone, attach them to your MMS messages, or insert them in your videos.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features The Selection screen The Selection screen (located in the lower part of the window) lets you preview and select the musical extracts you want to copy to your mobile phone. Important! The menus and buttons displayed on the editor screen vary according to the format of the sound file opened. 188.8.131.52 Playing a Melody 1.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 4.11.4 MMS Studio module 184.108.40.206 Overview MMS Studio lets you create and manage customized multimedia messages to be sent from your computer or telephone to another telephone or e-mail address. These multimedia messages may contain text, retouched photos or images, graphics, and sounds that you can customize prior to transmission.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features Insert a sound recording a. Specify the local path to the sound file that you want to insert and select it. b.Drag/drop it to the Composer screen in the Sound zone: To insert a text a.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 220.127.116.11 Previewing an MMS 1. From the MMS module click the My MMS tab. 2. From the file selection screen, specify the local path to the folder where the file is located. 3. Double-click on the file to have it loaded in the Composer Screen. 4.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features - Make sure that the recipient has opened the message: check the Read Reply box. 5. Click the Setup button to save by default the information concerning the MMS network used. A configuration wizard is displayed. Simply follow the instructions on the screen. 6.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features The Composer screen The Composer screen, located in the lower part of the main window, is dedicated to the building of your final movie. It allows you to link video clips (images or photographs), adjust the timing of each of them, and insert customized texts and/or audio recordings into each or all video clips.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features - To swap to the timeline view, click or select the Edit View from the View menu. The video clips will be displayed as follows: The text insertion zone In this zone you can enter one text per video clip or a single text for all of them. To do so, see Adding/editing text, page 83 The sound selection zone In this zone you can insert and assign one melody per video clip or a single one for all of them.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 18.104.22.168 Importing a video clip file 1. Launch the Multimedia Center application, click on the Video Studio icon located in the side Functions panel. 2. In the File selection screen, click on My Videos tab. •...
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 3. Select the video clip(s) and/or image(s) you wish to associate by clicking on them while pressing the Ctrl key. 4. Select the Combine option from the Clip menu. The selected video clips and/or images are combined into one single video clip.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features Follow the same steps for each title or written comment you wish to add. Important: You can modify a text file by using the trim points: toward the left or toward the right to reduce or increase its duration and apply it to one or more video clips or images.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 2. In the File selection screen, click on My Sounds tab. 3. Specify the local path for the audio file (.WAV and .MP3 formats) containing the sound you want to insert and select it. 4.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 3. Select the Paste option from the Edit menu. The sound file is pasted at the end of the sound selection zone. If a sound file has been selected before pasting, then the copied/ cut sound file is pasted before.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 4.12 Inbox and Outbox 4.12.1 Overview All operations relating to outgoing or incoming transmissions are centralized in a single window presenting the following list: - Outbox - Pending e-mail - Finished transmissions - Failed transmissions - Inbox The contents of the selected folder is displayed on the right of the screen, as a list of transmis- sions or documents, depending on the folder.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 22.214.171.124.3 Deleting a Mailbox 1. From the Inbox folder, select the mailbox to be deleted. 2. Right-click it. 3. In the menu that shows, select Delete. 126.96.36.199 Outbox folder This folder lists all pending transmissions other than e-mail, including those that are underway. Successful transmissions are automatically deleted or placed in the Finished transmissions folder.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 188.8.131.52 Printing messages 1. Select the document you wish to print. 2. Click File > Print. 184.108.40.206 Saving messages 1. Select the document you wish to save. 2. Click the File > Save As. 3.
mobile PhoneTools - mobile PhoneTools features 220.127.116.11 Reactivating messages The Reactivate function lets you reactivate one or more transmissions cancelled either by you or the application. 1. Select the document you wish to reactivate. 2. Click Tools > Reactivate. 18.104.22.168 Deactivating messages The Deactivate function lets you suspend one or several pending transmissions.
mobile PhoneTools - Advanced Configuration Chapter 5: Advanced Configuration The chapter describes in detail how to modify mobile PhoneTools configuration settings. 5.1 General Setup To access the General Setup dialog box: 1. From the application main window, click the Menu button. 2.
mobile PhoneTools - Advanced Configuration 5.1.2 Communication Tab 22.214.171.124 Modem settings Change modem Click this if you want to change the modem currently used by the application. Exclusive use If Exclusive use is selected, mobile PhoneTools will not share modem resources with other applications when running.
mobile PhoneTools - Advanced Configuration 5.1.3 Location Tab: Dialing properties Windows dialing properties Check the Use Windows dialing properties option if you want to use Windows' dialing proper- ties. mobile PhoneTools dialing properties Note: Make sure to enter numbers the exact same way you enter them into your phone (no dashes or spaces, example: 3035551212).
mobile PhoneTools - Advanced Configuration 5.1.4 E-Mail Tab 126.96.36.199 Add an e-mail account Once the E-mail tab is displayed, you can fill in the settings concerning your e-mail server use. All information requested in this window can be found in the contract received from your Internet service provider.
mobile PhoneTools - Advanced Configuration 188.8.131.52 Sending account: Default account 1. Select the E-mail tab. 2. In the Available account section, select the account you wish to use for transmissions. 3. Click the Sending account button. In the list of e-mail accounts, the sending account is in bold. 184.108.40.206 Advanced Setup …...
mobile PhoneTools - Advanced Configuration 220.127.116.11.1.3 Enabling automatic download of received e-mail With the E-mail module, once e-mail messages have been received by your POP server, it is possible to retrieve them automatically or on demand. If you choose to retrieve your e-mail automatically, that is, if you choose the Check for new messages every [n] minutes option, the application checks every [n] minutes if you have received e-mail on your POP server, and notifies you if you have e-mail.
mobile PhoneTools - Advanced Configuration If you to not want to display this window by default, check the Don’t ask me any more box. 1. From the Advanced Options window, select the General tab. 2. Select or deselect Display e-mail options window. 18.104.22.168.2 Transmission tab From this tab, you can configure the following settings.
mobile PhoneTools - Advanced Configuration allows you to regain space on your e-mail server (which is a benefit since your space on the e- mail server is generally limited). 22.214.171.124.3.4 Defining the maximum size for received e-mail messages The Ignore messages larger than [n] KB option is especially useful when connecting to the e- mail server with a low-speed modem.
mobile PhoneTools - Advanced Configuration 126.96.36.199.3 Deleting a Mailbox 1. From the E-mail tab, click the Mailboxes… button to open the mailbox management window. 2. Select the mailbox to be deleted. 3. Delete the entry by clicking the Delete button 188.8.131.52 Signature management…...
mobile PhoneTools - Advanced Configuration 184.108.40.206.3 Automatically adding a signature at the end of an e-mail Once your signature is created, it is very simple to add it automatically at the end of an e-mail message. From the E-mail tab, choose a signature in the Default signature scrolling list. This signature will be used for all outgoing e-mail messages.
mobile PhoneTools - Advanced Configuration To play the selected file, click the Play button. 220.127.116.11 Number presentation: Outgoing Caller ID Select here how you would like your phone number to be displayed to your correspondents. 5.1.6 Internet Tab Click this tab to select the Internet connection method. You can use Dial-up networking to dial to a GPRS provider (the connection to a GPRS mobile network is mandatory) or you can use the LAN if you are connected to this type of network.
mobile PhoneTools - Advanced Configuration 5.1.7 Miscellaneous Tab At start time Select here how you want the application to manage profiles. • Always use this profile • Request which profile to use See also User Profiles, page 62.
Index Numerics Transmission tab Advanced Setup APN address 1xRTT Archive logbook Associate a phone with an exist- ing profile Authentication Automatic download of received Accessing the calendar e-mail Add a Signature Automatic retrieval Add an event Add e-mail account Add Entry Adding/editing sound Adding/editing text Back up Phone data...
Hiding windows Cropping zone Show toolbars Customize tab Showing windows User settings Calendar options Access Modify display Caller id screening Calling from the phonebook Deactivating messages CDMA Default account Change modem Deferring a transmission Change the description of a Define a default user profile phonebook Delay Changing messages status...
Modify an event Search for an event Export logs Edit an image Export wizard Editing a video clip Exportation Editor screen Text files with delimiters E-mail To an external file Advanced Setup To Outlook, Exchange, or Lo- Automatic retrieval tus Notes Create an account Exporting records Defer transmission...
Internet Tab From a vCard file Location tab From an external file Miscellaneous Tab From Outlook, Exchange, or Telephone tab Lotus Notes General tab Text files with delimiters GPRS Importing a Text Message GPRS connection Importing a video clip Group Importing from a vCard file Create Importing from an external file...
Reception log Internet Connection Wizard Transmission log Internet Tab View Internet tab Dial-up-Networking IP tab Mailbox Dynamic IP Address Create Fixed IP Address Delete Rename Mailbox management Create a mailbox Delete a mailbox Keep e-mail headers New mailbox Keep finished transmissions Rename a mailbox Making a Call Dialer...
Match table File selection screen Maximum size for received e- Function Panel mail messages Image Studio Mean throughput Melody Studio Media Files selection screen MMS Studio Melody Studio Mobile Explorer Browser Preview screen Information screen Send an MMS Play a melody Video Studio Save a musical extract Select a musical extract...
Outlook Express Insert an image Modify the display Move images and associated sound and text Preview an MMS Save an MMS Peak throughput Use the Composer Pending e-mail folder Preview an MMS Phone Setup Wizard Preview screen Phone view Previewing a Text Message Phonebook Print a message Access...
Receving an EMS Send an e-mail Receving an SMS Send an MMS Records Send e-mail window Create Send is active Delete Send Message Exportation Sending account Importation Show toolbars Modify Show windows Print Side panel Search Signature management Redialing a phone number Add a signature Reliability Delete a signature...
Synchronization status report Standard connection Synchronization Wizard USB Cable System requirements UMTS Uninstalling mobile PhoneTools Tasks Create USB cable connection Delete Use the Composer Modify Modify the display TDMA Move images and associated Telephone field identification sound and text Telephone Tab Use the dialer Telephone tab User Profiles...
View messages Viewing an e-mail W-CDMA Wizard Backup/Restore Wizard Bluetooth Wizard Export Wizard Import Wizard Installation Wizard Internet Connection Wizard Phone Setup Wizard Synchronization Wizard...