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  • Page 1 title-en.frm Page 1 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 6:08 PM Chapter - User’s Manual 9357010 Issue 3 EN...
  • Page 2 NOKIA 9000 Communicator is a trademark of Nokia Corporation © 1995 Nokia Mobile Phones. 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.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    lizzy1en.toc Page 1 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 11:58 AM Table of contents Table of contents Introduction ......1-1 Important safety information .
  • Page 4 lizzy1en.toc Page 2 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 11:58 AM Table of contents Short messages ......6-1 Sending messages .
  • Page 5 lizzy1en.toc Page 3 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 11:58 AM Table of contents 10. System ....... 10-1 System settings .
  • Page 6 lizzy1en.toc Page 4 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 11:58 AM Table of contents...
  • Page 7: Introduction

    The word “interface” emphasises the fact that If you are an experienced cellular phone and mo- both of these two aspects of the Nokia 9000 bile office user, read at least this introductory Communicator use the same resources and work closely together —...
  • Page 8: Important Safety Information

    The communicator interface has many organiser ing and receiving calls. It looks and operates like and communication applications. The QWERTY other Nokia cellular phones (except that the ear- keyboard, command buttons and large display piece and microphone are on the backside of the make using the applications easy.
  • Page 9: Using This Manual

    The Nokia 9000 Communicator, like any cellular proved for use in the digital cellular networks. phone, operates using radio signals, cellular and This manual is used for both the Nokia 9000 landline networks, as well as user-programmed Communicator GSM and PCN models.
  • Page 10: Facts About Cellular Data Transmission

    Facts about cellular data transmission The Nokia 9000 Communicator employs the dig- software operation. Cellular connections may ital data transmission capabilities of the digital become unreliable, data may be corrupted, cellular network to send faxes, short messages, and the transmission halted.
  • Page 11: Things To Remember

    Access codes In order to utilise the communication capabilities The communicator uses several access codes to of the Nokia 9000 Communicator, you may have protect against unauthorised use of your com- to subscribe to certain services separately. If the municator and the SIM card. You can make...
  • Page 12 intro.frm Page 6 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 12:00 PM Things to remember Contact information Texts All contact information (names, addresses, With the communicator interface’s text editor, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, etc.) you store you can create new texts in many applications goes into the Contacts directory.
  • Page 13: Getting Started

    Page 1 Thursday, January 16, 1997 4:09 PM Chapter 2 - Getting started 2. Getting started When you open the sales package, check that it • For information about other Nokia 9000 contains the following: Communicator accessories, see the Acces- sories Guide •...
  • Page 14: Connectors

    getting.frm Page 2 Thursday, January 16, 1997 4:09 PM Connectors Slide the card into the SIM card slot (figure 2- When you are sure that the SIM card is correctly installed, replace the battery: 2). Make sure that the gold contacts of the SIM card are facing down and the bevelled Insert the battery in the communicator so corner of the card is on the right side.
  • Page 15: Battery

    Chapter 2 - Getting started Figure 2-5 Figure 2-6 Battery Your Nokia 9000 Communicator is powered by a side down, you may accidentally break off the rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery. The High Pow- curved guiding pin.) er Battery provides up to three hours of talk/fax/ terminal time or 35 hours of standby time.
  • Page 16: Using The Battery

    getting.frm Page 4 Thursday, January 16, 1997 4:09 PM Battery The battery can be charged and discharged hun- dreds of times, but it will eventually wear out. When the operation time (talk-time and stand- by time) is noticeably shorter than normal, it is time to buy a new battery.
  • Page 17: Communicator Interface

    getting.frm Page 5 Thursday, January 16, 1997 4:09 PM Chapter 2 - Getting started Communicator interface Figure 2-9 The communicator interface is activated by In this User’s Manual, the command names ap- pressing the cover lock catch and opening the pear in bold and item names, entries and values cover (see figure 2-9).
  • Page 18 getting.frm Page 6 Thursday, January 16, 1997 4:09 PM Communicator interface When the search field appears at the bottom of the display, you can search for items by entering text into the search field with the keyboard. After the correct item has been selected, press the command button corresponding to the com- mand you wish to apply to the item, for example, Open.
  • Page 19: First Start-Up

    getting.frm Page 7 Thursday, January 16, 1997 4:09 PM Chapter 2 - Getting started First start-up SIM card contents When you activate the communicator interface after having removed and replaced the battery, you will always see first a welcome screen while After the personalisation procedure, if the in- the device performs a self-test.
  • Page 20: Communicator Applications

    getting.frm Page 8 Thursday, January 16, 1997 4:09 PM Communicator applications Communicator applications The coloured application buttons on the commu- System — System contains desktop connec- nicator interface keyboard are used to start the tivity, security and other system related appli- corresponding applications (described in the fol- cations.
  • Page 21: Indicators

    getting.frm Page 9 Thursday, January 16, 1997 4:09 PM Chapter 2 - Getting started To send or receive with any of the communica- ceived faxes, short messages, unsent documents tions applications, remember that the phone in- or missed calls (figure 2-11). Press OK to dismiss terface must be switched on and in a service area the note.
  • Page 22: Keyboard

    getting.frm Page 10 Thursday, January 16, 1997 4:09 PM 2-10 Keyboard Field strength – Time and date are shown when the – The communicator is connected to a Call status and Inbox/Outbox rows cellular network. When all five indi- are empty. Time and date can be ad- cator bars are shown, radio signal justed within Clock, see chapter 11 reception is good.
  • Page 23 getting.frm Page 11 Thursday, January 16, 1997 4:09 PM Chapter 2 - Getting started 2-11 3. Tabulator can be generated by pressing and holding the character key while pressing the corresponding In editors, the tabulator key moves the cursor to key, see chapter 8 "Notes: Editing".
  • Page 24 getting.frm Page 12 Thursday, January 16, 1997 4:09 PM 2-12 Keyboard...
  • Page 25: Contacts

    contacts.frm Page 1 Thursday, January 16, 1997 3:51 PM Chapter 3 - Contacts 3. Contacts The Contacts application is used to create, edit, Contacts also logs all incoming and outgoing delete and manage all contact information, such voice calls, data calls, faxes and short messages, as phone numbers and addresses.
  • Page 26 Label the field (with Change label) so Note: You can only send short messages to you can identify the DTMF sequence. phone numbers stored in the Tel (GSM) fields. (This also applies to the Nokia 9000 Communica- tor PCN model.)
  • Page 27: Logs

    contacts.frm Page 3 Thursday, January 16, 1997 3:51 PM Chapter 3 - Contacts The DTMF special characters are listed in the following table: Character Function May be used if the DTMF * and # service requires them Inserts a pause of 2.5 sec- p (pause) onds in front of, or between, DTMF digits...
  • Page 28: Contacts Settings

    contacts.frm Page 4 Thursday, January 16, 1997 3:51 PM Contacts settings Select a log event and press Create card. If Select the communication type you want to view and press OK. the contact card already exists, the command is dimmed. Note: Remote mailbox, Terminal and Internet connections are logged as data calls.
  • Page 29: Telephone

    teleph.frm Page 1 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 2:06 PM Chapter 4 - Telephone 4. Telephone In order to make phone calls, the communicator Note the following Telephone features: must have a proper SIM card fitted and the • Opening or closing the cover does not affect phone interface must be switched on.
  • Page 30 teleph.frm Page 2 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 2:06 PM Making a call Figure 4-1 2. Call the selected contact using the telephone If some application other than Telephone is ac- directory: tive, a note about an incoming call is shown on the screen.
  • Page 31: Managing Calls

    teleph.frm Page 3 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 2:06 PM Chapter 4 - Telephone Managing calls Figure 4-2 Making a new call When you have made a call, information about the call(s) is shown on the display within a frame (see figure 4-2). In addition to the active call, you When you already have one active call, the New can at the same time have a held call and a wait- call command is shown in the Telephone main...
  • Page 32 teleph.frm Page 4 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 2:06 PM Managing calls Figure 4-3 (outgoing) alerting call. After the alerting has begun, you may disconnect yourself from both To join the first participant in the call, press calls and thus leave the held caller waiting for Call commands and choose the Conference the third party to answer.
  • Page 33: Incoming Faxes, Short Messages And Data

    teleph.frm Page 5 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 2:06 PM Chapter 4 - Telephone Sending DTMF tones face keyboard. Each keystroke will generate a DTMF tone which will be transmitted directly. The Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF) tones al- Or alternatively, low you to communicate with voice mailboxes, Press Send DTMF.
  • Page 34 teleph.frm Page 6 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 2:06 PM Telephone settings Changing the settings of net- To voice mailbox — Calls will be diverted to your voice mailbox. The phone number of the work services voice mailbox must be set in Other settings. Off —...
  • Page 35: Other Settings

    teleph.frm Page 7 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 2:06 PM Chapter 4 - Telephone Other settings setting to On , the handsfree mode is activated automatically after the cover is opened. Call cost display — This setting turns the charge Voice mailbox number — Set a new or change the counter on or off.
  • Page 36 teleph.frm Page 8 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 2:06 PM Telephone settings...
  • Page 37: Fax

    Own texts includes all created faxes, short messages, memos, notes and mail stored on the Nokia 9000 Communicator. Sending faxes view and press Open. Faxes can be sent in the Fax, Notes (see chapter 8 "Notes: Sending") and Calendar applications...
  • Page 38 fax.frm Page 2 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 12:35 PM Sending faxes Fax directory formation in the System application’s User Data card (see chapter 10 "System: User data"). To choose a recipient in the Fax directory, select • To send the fax, press Send. The fax is handed a contact (by scrolling or searching) and press over to the Document outbox, which will send Select (see figure 5-1).
  • Page 39: Received Faxes

    fax.frm Page 3 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 12:35 PM Chapter 5 - Fax Received faxes Faxes are received automatically, provided that er opens (figure 5-3). You can use the scroll or this service is available and that the phone inter- the keypad arrow keys to scroll the fax up or face is on and within cellular coverage area.
  • Page 40: Fax Settings

    fax.frm Page 4 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 12:35 PM Fax settings Fax settings Press Settings in the Fax main view to change Fax barring and Fax diverting – These are supple- the default sending options of all your faxes. mentary services, like normal call barring and di- verting.
  • Page 41: Short Messages

    Tel (GSM) fields of lar phone that has the capability. The SMS Serv- contact cards. (This also applies to the Nokia ice centre will take care of delivering the 9000 Communicator PCN model.) message even if the receiving phone is off at the time of sending.
  • Page 42 sms.frm Page 2 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 12:36 PM Sending messages Figure 6-1 original text (press Edit). Editing will lose the and you must select the address in the SMS formatting of the original text. directory. When the message is ready to be sent, contin- ue by pressing Recipient.
  • Page 43: Received Messages

    Business cards sent from a device which supports ness card, in which case the information is re- the Nokia 9000 Communicator contact card for- trieved from the System application’s User mat can be saved directly as new contact cards Data card.
  • Page 44: Standard Messages

    Press Options to define which fields to in- CellularWare 1.0 note: When a business card you send is received with the Nokia CellularWare clude (and show) in the business card (figure 1.0 software, the label texts of Tel: fields are add- 6-2).
  • Page 45: Internet

    In a fully qualified domain name (e.g., than IP addresses. www.club.nokia.com ), the first part of the name is the name of the host and the follow-...
  • Page 46: Internet Settings

    A common networking software protocol kia home page can be found at http:// making it possible for any computer with a www.club.nokia.com. URLs are often referred modem and a phone line to connect directly to with phrases like “Home page location,”...
  • Page 47 inet.frm Page 3 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 12:46 PM Chapter 7 - Internet Figure 7-1 To change the settings of the selected item, press Provider name — The Internet access provid- Change. er’s name which appears on the access point list.
  • Page 48: Mail

    Received mail — Contains mail fetched from the remote mailbox. See "Remote mailbox". The Nokia 9000 Communicator mail system is compliant with the Internet standards SMTP, Remote mailbox — Your electronic mailbox serv- IMAP4, POP3 and MIME1.
  • Page 49 inet.frm Page 5 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 12:46 PM Chapter 7 - Internet Figure 7-2 Mail envelope Press Forward. The mail editor opens. The contents of the message you are forwarding The Mail envelope opens whenever you are about will be included in a new message. If the re- to send mail (figure 7-3).
  • Page 50: Remote Mailbox

    inet.frm Page 6 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 12:46 PM Remote mailbox Figure 7-3 Send mail upon request The Upon request option is chosen in the Send options or Mail settings view. When the Upon re- quest option is chosen, pressing Send in the Mail When you have several mail messages to send, envelope sends the mail message into the Docu- you may want to use the Upon request option...
  • Page 51: Reading Mail

    inet.frm Page 7 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 12:46 PM Chapter 7 - Internet Figure 7-4 deletion. The connection to remote mailbox turns on the display. closes, and the Mail application main view re- Reading mail To rename or delete a document press Rename or Mail that you fetch from your remote mailbox Delete.
  • Page 52 inet.frm Page 8 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 12:46 PM Mail settings mail. Mail cannot send or receive Internet mail if box. The password characters appear as aster- this setting is not set. To define new Internet ac- isks (*) on the display. If you store your user cess points, see "Internet settings".
  • Page 53: World Wide Web

    The WWW main view shows the Hotlist and, be- edited freely. A valid URL address is, for exam- low the Hotlist, the URL entry field. ple, http://www.nokia.com/. If the WWW page is stored locally, also the prefix “file:///” The Hotlist is a list of predefined WWW page lo- can be used (see "Connecting to WWW: Lo-...
  • Page 54: Navigating In Www

    inet.frm Page 10 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 12:46 PM 7-10 Navigating in WWW Figure 7-6 After the WWW page has been fetched, the fol- Close returns to the Hotlist. lowing commands are available (see figure 7-6): Locally stored WWW pages Go activates the WWW navigation commands, see "Navigating in WWW".
  • Page 55: Image Viewer

    inet.frm Page 11 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 12:46 PM Chapter 7 - Internet 7-11 Figure 7-7 Image viewer Hyperlinks are used to send or receive informa- tion from the World Wide Web. Hyperlinks are typically links to other documents or images. Images that are part of the fetched WWW page are called inline images.
  • Page 56: Www Settings

    Page 12 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 12:46 PM 7-12 WWW settings Caution: Beware of viruses. Install into the Nokia lected hypertext link points to an add-on software package, press Fetch to fetch the pack- 9000 Communicator only software you have ob- age.
  • Page 57: Telnet

    inet.frm Page 13 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 12:46 PM Chapter 7 - Internet 7-13 Telnet The Telnet application is activated in the Internet Once a Telnet connection is established, you applications main view by selecting Telnet and must in most cases enter your login name and a pressing Select.
  • Page 58: Text Transfers

    inet.frm Page 14 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 12:46 PM 7-14 Text transfers Press Texts to activate the text transfer com- The selected special character is entered to the left of the cursor by pressing Insert. The inserted mands, see "Text transfers". special characters send a control signal to the re- Press Hang up to close the connection to the mote computer –...
  • Page 59: Terminal

    inet.frm Page 15 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 12:46 PM Chapter 7 - Internet 7-15 Terminal The Terminal application is activated in the Inter- left side of the screen. The screen size is 80 char- net applications main view by selecting Terminal acters in 24 lines.
  • Page 60: Terminal Connection

    inet.frm Page 16 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 12:46 PM 7-16 Terminal connection Figure 7-9 Terminal connection When you have connected to the remote system, When the view is being zoomed, the scroll keys the following commands become available: can be used to switch between the upper and lower parts of the terminal screen.
  • Page 61: Notes

    notes.frm Page 1 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 12:48 PM Chapter 8 - Notes 8. Notes Figure 8-1 Notes is used for writing notes and managing Select a document from the folder’s docu- various documents stored on the communicator. ment list and press Rename/Copy. This com- All folders, and the Document outbox, are shown mand is available only in the Own texts folder.
  • Page 62: Editing

    notes.frm Page 2 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 12:48 PM Editing Editing When you open a document, the document is character is determined by whether the Shift or opened in the appropriate editor or viewer (re- Caps lock key has been pressed. ceived faxes are opened in the fax viewer, down- To enter special characters from the character loaded figures in the image viewer, etc.).
  • Page 63: Sending

    notes.frm Page 3 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 12:48 PM Chapter 8 - Notes "System: File transfer") are read-only documents. Ctrl-C (copy) Copies or cuts Read-only documents themselves cannot be ed- Ctrl-X (cut) selected text ited, but an editable copy can be created: Pastes cut or copied Open a read-only document –...
  • Page 64: Printing

    Printers. on the diskette supplied in the communicator sales package, or see the Club.Nokia home page If the printer found is not recognised, and the in the World Wide Web (found at the address ht- communicator does not have the correct driver tp://www.club.nokia.com).
  • Page 65: Calendar

    calendar.frm Page 1 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 2:12 PM Chapter 9 - Calendar 9. Calendar The Calendar has two views: the Month view dar you can also link memos to events (see "Day shows a month at a time, and the Day view view: Memos") and view the To-do list (see "To- shows the calendar events of a day.
  • Page 66: Day View

    calendar.frm Page 2 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 2:12 PM Day view Day view Figure 9-2 Activate the Day view by pressing Open in the Finish — The time when the event ends (op- Month view. The daily events list displays the tional).
  • Page 67: Calendar Booking

    calendar.frm Page 3 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 2:12 PM Chapter 9 - Calendar • press Style to format text. (See “Notes: • press Close to link the memo to the selected Editing.”) event. • press Delete to delete the memo. Calendar booking a request or a reservation.
  • Page 68: To-Do List

    calendar.frm Page 4 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 2:12 PM To-do list application group), see chapter 11 "Extras: Clock When the alarm occurs, an alarm note is shown - Alarm clock". on both interface displays. The alarm sound can be turned off by pressing any key. If you have set The alarm options are None (default) / At start the communicator to silent service (in the Sys- time / .
  • Page 69: System

    The Nokia 9000 Communicator’s applications for normally. To extend the battery operation time, PC connectivity (File transfer, Install/Remove...
  • Page 70: Connecting To A Pc

    system.frm Page 2 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 2:16 PM 10-2 Connecting to a PC All sounds — Ring / Beep / Silent. The All Preferences – Preferences let you change date sounds setting affects incoming call alerts and time formats and the measurement unit. The and other alarms on both interfaces.
  • Page 71: File Transfer

    The following files can be transferred: file(s) you want to transfer. Select a file by Text files — Nokia 9000 Communicator text moving the selection frame over it. (If the file files transferred to a PC can be read and edit-...
  • Page 72: Install/Remove Software

    Select the software you want to install with Caution: Beware of viruses. Install into the Nokia the selection frame and press Install. 9000 Communicator only software you have ob- tained from sources which offer adequate pro- When installation is complete, the confirmation tection against viruses.
  • Page 73: Import/Export Contacts

    To export contacts: information in an application or database com- Press Export in the Import/Export contacts patible with the Nokia 9000 Communicator’s main view. If a file with the default name contact card format. (contacts.txt) already exists on the PC, the...
  • Page 74: Import/Export Calendar Data

    Select the desired data group in the normal way by moving the selection frame and press Delete. Fax modem The Nokia 9000 Communicator can be used as a Connect the communicator to the PC via an in- 9600 bps PC fax modem. Using the communica- frared link as described in "Connecting to a PC"...
  • Page 75: User Data

    ETSI 07.07 standard) supported by the No- Cable — The cable connection is intended for kia 9000 Communicator are available as an ASCII use with the communicator’s own PC connec- text file on the diskette that came with the sales tivity applications for backup, file transfer, package of your communicator.
  • Page 76: Security

    system.frm Page 8 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 2:16 PM 10-8 Security Security You can manually lock the communicator in the To change the security settings: Security application’s main view by pressing Select the setting and press Change. Lock system. If autolock (Autolock period, de- If you are prompted for a code, enter it and fined in the Security settings) is off, you must press OK.
  • Page 77 system.frm Page 9 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 2:16 PM Chapter 10 - System 10-9 Autolock period — Autolock off (default) / 1 / 2 / 5 code can also be changed in the phone inter- / 10 / 15 minutes face Security options menu (Menu 5 6 1).
  • Page 78 system.frm Page 10 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 2:16 PM 10-10 Security Other codes The PUK is supplied with the SIM card. The code is required when you want to change a disabled PIN code. If you enter a wrong PUK PIN2 code (4 to 8 digits) code ten times in succession, the SIM card is The PIN2 code can only be changed in the...
  • Page 79: Extras

    extras.frm Page 1 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 1:34 PM Chapter 11 - Extras 11-1 11. Extras The Extras application group contains the Calcu- To start one of the applications, select an appli- lator, Clock and Composer applications. Future cation and press Select. If one Extras application is active, you must close it by pressing Close in communicator add-on software may also be in- stalled in the Extras application group.
  • Page 80: Clock

    extras.frm Page 2 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 1:34 PM 11-2 Clock Pressing Clear list will erase previous calcula- parenthesis tions from the calculator tape. The maximum = or Enter number of characters per calculation is 100. The maximum length of the calculator tape is 100 clears the entry field lines.
  • Page 81: World Time

    extras.frm Page 3 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 1:34 PM Chapter 11 - Extras 11-3 Figure 11-3 World time with or without a national prefix. Only num- bers can be entered. GMT offset — Indicates by how much the local World time (figure 11-3) is activated with the time differs from the Greenwich Mean Time.
  • Page 82: Composer

    extras.frm Page 4 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 1:34 PM 11-4 Composer Date — Enter the new date in the current date Changing the time or daylight saving time of a format. home city will also adjust the time of the whole time zone, as well as the system time.
  • Page 83: Document Outbox

    outbox.frm Page 1 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 1:35 PM Chapter 12 - Document outbox 12-1 12. Document outbox All documents you send go through the Docu- • Retry [time]: sending of the document failed ment outbox. The Document outbox sends the and it will be sent again later (at the time documents whenever it is possible (see also given in brackets).
  • Page 84 outbox.frm Page 2 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 1:35 PM 12-2...
  • Page 85: Help

    help.frm Page 1 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 1:36 PM Chapter 13 - Help 13-1 13. Help Help is activated by pressing the Help button on To return to the active application, press the communicator interface keyboard. The appli- Close. cation icon in the indicator area (on the left side To view the list of general communicator topics, of the screen) remains in view, reminding you of press General topics.
  • Page 86 help.frm Page 2 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 1:36 PM 13-2...
  • Page 87: Phone Interface

    daphne.frm Page 1 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 1:48 PM Chapter 14 - Phone interface 14-1 14. Phone interface When operating the phone interface, keys are pressed one at a time. Two keys are never to be pressed simultaneously. switches the phone interface on and off. This button does not function when the device cover is open.
  • Page 88: Display Indicators

    The phone interface is in alpha mode (let- ters, as well as digits, can be entered). Nokia 9000 Communicator PCN model on- ly: If this service is available to you, a spool sym- You have received an SMS message, fax or bol appears on the display when a message has mail.
  • Page 89: Making A Call

    daphne.frm Page 3 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 5:06 PM Chapter 14 - Phone interface 14-3 either delete or save the message. If you simply main on the display. To play the message, press listen to the message, the spool symbol will re- Listen.
  • Page 90: Sending Dtmf Tones

    daphne.frm Page 4 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 1:48 PM 14-4 Sending DTMF tones Sending DTMF tones If you need to send long DTMF strings, it is more Press Memory. Key in the name of the contact card which contains the DTMF service phone convenient to send them within the communica- number and the DTMF digits and press Find.
  • Page 91: Dialling Shortcuts

    daphne.frm Page 5 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 1:48 PM Chapter 14 - Phone interface 14-5 If you want a lower case character, press and pause, press three times quickly, so that a hold a key until the character appears in low- p is displayed.
  • Page 92: Using The Menus

    daphne.frm Page 6 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 1:48 PM 14-6 Using the menus how to assign phone number speed dials, see quence produced too many matches, key in chapter 3 "Contacts: Contact cards - Speed more characters and continue from step dials".
  • Page 93: Menu Shortcuts

    daphne.frm Page 7 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 1:48 PM Chapter 14 - Phone interface 14-7 Menu shortcuts Main menu structure All the menus, submenus and settings are num- The following menu structure lists the names of bered. This index number is shown in the upper the main menus and their submenus.
  • Page 94: Menus

    daphne.frm Page 8 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 1:48 PM 14-8 Menus Menus When you have reached the correct menu, use Set voice mailbox number (Menu 2 2) The phone number that you enter here will be to scroll through the menu options. dialled when you select the Listen to voice messages function in Menu 2 1.
  • Page 95 daphne.frm Page 9 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 1:48 PM Chapter 14 - Phone interface 14-9 (Menu 3 3), Divert if not reachable (Menu 3 4), from the operator. Press OK or the Cancel all diverts (Menu 3 5) key. At the prompt Topic name, key in the name Unless you chose Cancel all diverts, the follow- (10 letters) and press OK.
  • Page 96 daphne.frm Page 10 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 1:48 PM 14-10 Menus a short sample tone will be heard. If you have Choose Preset , On or Off. Preset selects the preferential setting (On or Off ) that you have set the communicator in silent service within Menu 10, the ringing tone will not be heard.
  • Page 97 daphne.frm Page 11 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 1:48 PM Chapter 14 - Phone interface 14-11 operator for subscription. See chapter 4 "Tel- selected group of people. For details on creat- ing a user group and activating this service, ephone: Telephone settings - Voice call bar- ring".
  • Page 98 daphne.frm Page 12 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 1:48 PM 14-12 Menus pending upon network features, rounding-off for made even if there are no charging units left. billing, taxes and so forth. Changing the call costs limit requires the PIN2 code. To turn the limit on, select Set . Call duration (Menu 6 1) Key in the cost limit in charging units or cur- The communicator provides two call timers...
  • Page 99 daphne.frm Page 13 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 1:48 PM Chapter 14 - Phone interface 14-13 Memory functions (Menu 8) Show own number (Menu 8 5) You may view the phone number(s) assigned Memory selection (Menu 8 1) to the SIM card you are currently using. Some SIM cards do not hold the number and, there- Within this submenu, you can set the phone fore, the number cannot be shown.
  • Page 100: Help

    daphne.frm Page 14 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 1:48 PM 14-14 Help Send DTMF — Transmits Dual Tone Multi-Fre- a call, the keypad is unlocked and the com- quency tones. This function helps you communi- municator can be operated in the normal way. After the call, the keypad lock is automatical- cate with answering machines, computerised ly turned back on.
  • Page 101: Troubleshooting

    trouble.frm Page 1 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 2:21 PM Chapter 15 - Troubleshooting 15-1 15. Troubleshooting 1. Phone interface or communicator interface 4. Resetting the communicator does not start (both displays remain blank) Sometimes, for example, removing the bat- Make sure the battery is properly installed tery in mid-sending may cause errors in the and charged.
  • Page 102 trouble.frm Page 2 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 2:21 PM 15-2 (over 2 megabytes) or too little memory transmission to end or drop the call (by press- (even if you have just deleted some docu- ing the key on the phone interface key- ments), or the communicator interface ap- board).
  • Page 103 trouble.frm Page 3 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 2:21 PM Chapter 15 - Troubleshooting 15-3 10.Common reasons why faxes, short messages 11.Cannot establish a terminal or Internet con- or mail cannot be sent or received nection The phone interface is off, or you have no Internet, Mail, WWW, Telnet or Terminal set- subscription to the network service, or the tings and configurations may be missing or...
  • Page 104 Common AT commands (based on the ETSI 07.07 standard) supported by the 19.Infrared connection Nokia 9000 Communicator are listed in the The communicator may be connected to a file atcomm.txt on the diskette supplied with computer, laptop or printer via an infrared the product.
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    Page 1 Wednesday, January 15, 1997 1:52 PM Chapter 16 - Care and maintenance 16-1 16. Care and maintenance Your Nokia 9000 Communicator is a product of temperature), moisture can form inside the com- superior design and craftsmanship and should be municator, which may damage electronic circuit treated with care.
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