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Keith78

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#3381 3-Feb-2005 20:38
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Hey,

I just got a Motorola e398 from Singapore yesterday and I can't set the vodafone configurations. The automatic SMS config doesn't work when I send it to myself, and I know it does work because someone else in this forum has done it manually. What I want to know, is how do you put those configurations into the e398, I can't find the options in the phone to even configure them manually.

Can someone that has done it manually tell me exactly what settings they've changed? The e398 uses slightly different names to the options at http://vodafone.co.nz/vlive/vlive_specifications.jsp


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SNicolle
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#12471 4-Feb-2005 00:29

tried this link

http://wireless.vodafone.co.nz/ota.cfm

hope it helps
otherwise can'thelp you man

Keith78

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#12473 4-Feb-2005 00:57
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Yeah it doesn't work because I get a message saying exceeds max limit, cannot add another profile, and then it says exceeds max something else. Anyone know what I should put in the MMS setup fields?

Say what should I put in the (all under mms settings)
Service Name:
Server Name:
Web Session Name:

I can send picture messages, but it will be received as a text message and then the person will have to log onto the net to view the pxt. Anyone had this before?


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#12577 7-Feb-2005 15:59
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Hiya. I had the same problem.
I deleted any existing custom wap profile things, and also set the "size limit" for mms messages to "none" (Message Setup -> MMS Message Setup -> Size Limit)

Not sure which one of those fixed it, but after that the OTA thing from the Vodafone site worked fine.

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#12578 7-Feb-2005 16:01
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Sorry I should say I deleted the "Web Sessions" settings that I had entered for Vodafone, and the MMS settings also. Then I did WAP setup and MMS setup (in that order) from the vodafone OTA site.

The messages were received and happily accepted after I entered the PIN code thing.

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#12620 8-Feb-2005 20:38
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Thanks very much guys. I got another geekzone member to help me out, any reason why sending MMS sometimes fails, or succeeds? I press the red "End Call" button to go back to the home screen right after sending the MMS though, would that cancel it?

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