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Master Geek

#3639 18-Feb-2004 13:12
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BOOM theres your mail :D LOL

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Wannabe Geek

#3675 19-Feb-2004 11:35
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so what is the deal with wap 2.0?
is ti working?

and has anybody got pxt working with a 6600 or a 6820????
please post ur setting in the nice template provided above

deperately waiting for it work


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Master Geek

#3676 19-Feb-2004 11:40
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same here. at least the internet's working, but i want pxt

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Master Geek

#3678 19-Feb-2004 14:19
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I think its still down, i've tried about 10 times yesterday and today and still nothing.

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Wannabe Geek

#3680 19-Feb-2004 15:44
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Woohoo, my 6820is working with Proxy setting:, Port 8080.

Thanks guys

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Master Geek

#3682 19-Feb-2004 16:00
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sweeeeeeeeet :)


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Master Geek

#3686 19-Feb-2004 17:15
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Whoooaaa hoooo!!! - yip it works with the above settings on my nokia 6600!!.
Thanks very much for all you guys info :) i am a happy camper now lol.


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Wannabe Geek

#3690 19-Feb-2004 19:58
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When I send a PXT a "g" comes up in the left hand corner. Does this happen on 6600s? Does it mean i'm using GPRS data (and thus going to be billed for it) or is it seperately billed?

Woohoo for Vodafone btw :)

BDFL - Memuneh
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#3696 19-Feb-2004 21:11
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Master Geek

#3697 19-Feb-2004 21:14
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MMS (PXT) settings

MMS server address
GPRS ID username - blank
GPRS ID password - blank
Connection mode Connection orientated / permanent / continuous connection
MMS automatic download On
(Automatically downloads full MMS)
PPP authentication type PAP (default)
Proxy authentication password - blank
Proxy authentication username - blank
Proxy login type Automatic (default)
Security Off
WAP gateway IP address

Nokia 6600 works with pxt today using the following settings.

With the above info, just add in advanced settings Proxy setting:, Port 8080

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Master Geek

#3699 19-Feb-2004 21:40
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Hi John.

Yes Im always here watching Ha Ha

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Master Geek

#3700 19-Feb-2004 21:41
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Hi John.

Its great that WAP 2 is going.

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Master Geek

#3706 19-Feb-2004 21:48
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One billion and one

another GSM customer

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#3731 20-Feb-2004 15:46
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Hey guys i have had my 6600 since end of december and i have been folowing u guys for information on the wap 2. Thanx for dedicating ur time to see if worked. N i got mine workin the onlly prob is that i dont know how to use that email thing in 6600. And will that be free since i think it uses gprs. There was also sumthin else. When i was in highschool my mate from thailand used to use gprs for free when he had zero credit on his prepaid nokia 7250i. Thanx guys. Great work

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Master Geek

#3738 20-Feb-2004 22:41
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Hi all,

Email setup is easy. This is from the Nokia 6600 setup guide,6771,42287,00.html


use internet account where apn =
your username and password plus your ISP

Settings needed for e-mail
Before you can send, receive, retrieve, reply to, and forward e-mail to a separate
e-mail account, you must:
Configure an Internet access point (IAP) correctly. See Connection settings,
p. 107. see above the apn must be
Define your e-mail settings correctly. See Settings for e-mail, p. 99.
Note: Follow the instructions given by your remote mailbox and Internet
service provider.

Writing and sending e-mail messages
Options in the e-mail editor: Send, Add recipient, Insert, Attachments,
Delete, Check contacts, Message details, Sending options, Help, and Exit.

1. Select New message¨ Create:¨ E-mail. The editor opens.
2. Press to select the recipient(s) from the Contacts directory or write the email
address of the recipient in the To: field. Add a semicolon (;) to separate
each recipient. If you want to send a copy of your e-mail to someone, write the
address in the Cc: field. Press to move to the next field.
3. Write the message. If you want to add an attachment to the e-mail, select
Options¨ Insert¨ Image, Sound clip, Video clip, or Note. will appear in the
navigation bar to indicate that the e-mail has an attachment. Template adds
pre-written text to the e-mail.
You can also add an attachment to an e-mail by selecting Options¨
Attachments in an open e-mail. The Attachments view opens where you can
add, view, and remove attachments.
Note: When you add an attachment you need to select it from the
phone?s memory, or from the memory card, if one is used.
4. To remove an attachment, scroll to the attachment and select Options¨
5. To send the e-mail, select Options¨ Send or press .

Important: Copyright protections may prevent some images, ringtones, and other
content from being copied, modified, transferred or forwarded. like Vodafone live Ringtones and Ganes
Note: E-mail messages are automatically placed in Outbox before sending.
In case something goes wrong while the phone is sending the e-mail, the e-mail is
left in Outbox with the status Failed.

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