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Topic # 8598 13-Jul-2006 21:36
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hey guys and gals i have just got a 6255 i have synced it to outlook i hve 1200 contacts and as far as i can tell it only has room for 500, has anyone foud a solution for this, i havent been able to work out a way to put them on the mmc card ????

any help apresiated

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Reply # 41008 13-Jul-2006 23:22
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I don't think you can put contacts on the memory card. And yes the phone will store upto 500 contacts.







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  Reply # 41009 13-Jul-2006 23:27
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1200 contacts. WOW. theres no way to store more than 500

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 41018 14-Jul-2006 00:01
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A client I had once had 3000+ contacts. I think he ended up using categories in Outlook, and creating one called 'phone' to sync to his phone.

If you NEED more than 500 on your phone then you probably NEED either a P.D.A., a P.A., or a  L.I.F.E.

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Reply # 41075 14-Jul-2006 17:01
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rodger that i have the pda and have just stoped using a treo 600 as the resolution etc wasnt adiquite so have gone back to the zire 72 and sync with the 6255 ,
 i had a mate sugest using a sim card in the phone aswell any thoughts on wether this would work??

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  Reply # 41079 14-Jul-2006 17:16
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You cannot put a sim card into a CDMA phone. The slot in the back is for a RUIM card which isn't supported by Telecom.

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  Reply # 41086 14-Jul-2006 17:32
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sportsguru: rodger that i have the pda and have just stoped using a treo 600 as the resolution etc wasnt adiquite so have gone back to the zire 72 and sync with the 6255 ,
i had a mate sugest using a sim card in the phone aswell any thoughts on wether this would work??


With the 6255, the only option for storing contacts is the in built memory with the limitation discussed. There is no way around it, unless you find a java program to manage contacts that can hold more. But that would probably suck anyway. :-)

Why not make a WAP site with all your contacts? You will pay fifty thousand dollars a gigabyte to access it though (dont laugh, im serious).




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  Reply # 42095 20-Jul-2006 23:09
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I used to have a 7110 back in the old days. It stored 1000 contacts and 100+ SMS.





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  Reply # 42226 22-Jul-2006 14:11
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sportsguru: rodger that i have the pda and have just stoped using a treo 600 as the resolution etc wasnt adiquite so have gone back to the zire 72 and sync with the 6255 ,
i had a mate sugest using a sim card in the phone aswell any thoughts on wether this would work??


With the 6255, the only option for storing contacts is the in built memory with the limitation discussed. There is no way around it, unless you find a java program to manage contacts that can hold more. But that would probably suck anyway. :-)

Why not make a WAP site with all your contacts? You will pay fifty thousand dollars a gigabyte to access it though (dont laugh, im serious).


Woah - it would work out to be 50k per gigabyte! That's insane

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