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Topic # 13162 25-Apr-2007 11:07
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Anyone know how I can make my contact list dispaly mobile numbers before landline ones? At the moment, landline ones are shown first and I have to scroll across to select mbile numbers. I am using Outlook and MPT to sync, is this something I should be setting up in Outlook or in the phone settings?
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  Reply # 68570 26-Apr-2007 17:24
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I have the same phone, with MPT I found that I couldn't set the order which is a real pain, it just seems to list them in the order that the input boxes are in MPT when you manually enter contact details. The only way that I found was to use MPT to add the Name/email/address etc first and the primary number and then after that adding secondary numbers, this lets you control. Certainty not an elegant solution, if you find a better one please post here




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  Reply # 68578 26-Apr-2007 18:39
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OK, will let you know if I find a better solution.
On a different topic, have you had any joy changing video mode from 3gp to mp4?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 68600 26-Apr-2007 21:48
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