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Topic # 9627 2-Oct-2006 00:10
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I've just got back from Malaysia where i picked up a reasonably priced Dopod 818 Pro = iMate JAMin.

After reading this post: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=40&TopicId=6564
I was able to set up MMS - thanks!


however, after much fiddling around i can't access vodafone live. I have tried setting up a GPRS modem setting, using live.vodafone.com as the Access Point, but can't browse live.vodafone.com in Mobile IE.

I have successfully loaded other web pages using www.vodafone.com as the access point.

Would really appreciate some help with this one! how do people with a JAMin access vodafone live? just using Mobile IE or is there some sort of WAP browser that is used?

The VF NZ .cab setup file for the JAMin that is mentioned on clubimate.com sounds like it might help, but I can't register to get that cause i've got a Dopod, not an iMate, so if someone could send me that it might help.

Cheers,
Tim

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Reply # 47314 2-Oct-2006 10:10
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You can't use it for Vodafone live!, since this is not a live! handset (nothing to do with import, it's just that some features are not supported I believe).

Even Vodafone sells non-live handsets. All i-mate Pocket PC and Smartphones sold in New Zealad aren't live! certified.







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  Reply # 47316 2-Oct-2006 10:25
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Damn, no free email access by forwarding my mail to my vodafone mail account then :@ !!
Thanks for enlightening me Mauricio, I wish I posted this question before trying everything and wasting far too much time trying to get VF live working..  Free (vodafone) email is the only thing I will miss on VF Live anyway. 
I would assume VF charge (standard data charges) for accessing Vodafone mail using IMAP and pocket Outlook?  can you/anyone confirm this?

Cheers,
Tim

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 47317 2-Oct-2006 10:38
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Correct

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