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Reply # 19695 5-Sep-2005 19:37
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list what you have in each place on the device setup please!



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Reply # 19696 5-Sep-2005 19:38

on data connections the options are mms network,internet,work,wapand secure wap

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Reply # 19699 5-Sep-2005 19:40
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Jasper, the settings are:

Start | Settings | More | Data Connections

Internet: automatic
Work: automatic
WAP: automatic
Secure WAP: automatic
WAP Proxy: automatic
MMS: Voda MMS

Menu | Edit Connections | GPRS Connections

1 Internet, Connects to The Internet, Access Point www.vodafone.net.nz

2 Voda MMS, Connects to MMS Network, Access Point live.vodafone.com

Start | MMS Settings

Connect via MMS Network

Menu | MMSC Settings

Vodafone PXT, MMSC URL http://pxt.vodafone.net.nz/pxtsend, WAP Gateway 172.30.38.3, Port 9201


That's what I have on my Windows Mobile Smartphone (Motorola MPx220) and I can send and receive MMS, plus connect to GPRS for synchronisation to Exchange Server and Pocket Internet Explorer browsing.

You might have different menus, but the information is this one for Vodafone New Zealand.







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Reply # 19700 5-Sep-2005 19:42

On description I have voda mms,mmsc http://pxt.vodafone.net.nz/pxtsend,data connection mms,gateway wap 2.0,ip address 172.030.038.003,port 8080

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Reply # 19702 5-Sep-2005 19:46
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if the device is using WAP 2.0 it should be port 8080 as 9201 is WAP 1.1 correct me if I am wrong

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Reply # 19704 5-Sep-2005 19:50
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Jasper: On description I have voda mms,mmsc http://pxt.vodafone.net.nz/pxtsend,data connection mms,gateway wap 2.0,ip address 172.030.038.003,port 8080
Worth changing to WAP 1.1 and port 9201 to test?





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Reply # 19705 5-Sep-2005 19:51
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Thats me until SIM in tried in another device!



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Reply # 19706 5-Sep-2005 19:52

but I only have options of 1.0,2.0 or http

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Reply # 19707 5-Sep-2005 19:53
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freitasm I think the device has options for WAP 1.0 and 2.0 not 1.1 but hey anything is worth a try

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Reply # 19709 5-Sep-2005 20:01
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Yes, WAP 1.0 is worth trying - my Smartphone is the same OS version and it's running fine (I don't have the WAP version selection though, so I assume the safe one is the lowest).







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Reply # 19710 5-Sep-2005 20:01

Should I just take it into vodafone

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Reply # 19711 5-Sep-2005 20:02
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There you go Jasper



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Reply # 19714 5-Sep-2005 20:06

freitasm when you go to mms settings do you have to go to messaging then select mms then account setup?

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Reply # 19715 5-Sep-2005 20:07
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Jasper get your SIM in another handset first please



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Reply # 19716 5-Sep-2005 20:10

OK i will post back when I can use another phone Goodnight

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