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Topic # 27101 14-Oct-2008 15:13
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Ok i searched far and wide and i cant seem to get a diffinative answer
I want to send and SMS from my outlook on my computer THROUGH either bluetooth or a usb cable to a pda using the carrier Telecom New zealand a CDMA network Is it possible and if so how?
or
the same scenario but using vodafone new zealand

The PDA I would like to use is a Palm 700wx




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  Reply # 171103 14-Oct-2008 17:04
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freitasm: Try one of the Jeyo Mobile software...

I have been usng Jeyo extender for a few years now. I had to upgrade to Vista version and it works great. I first used it with HTC Harrier and now with HTC Titan. For a brief while I had it synced to Nokia as well. 
I would like a more intuitive phone book but so easy to use. 
Also handy for storing texts both sent and received on computer when it syncs. 




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  Reply # 171107 14-Oct-2008 17:34
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Geess thanks for the fast response
A while back I tried nokia data suite with a nokia cdma phone and although I could get the software eventually to talk to the phone I was unable to send sms I thne found out that there was some technical reason as to why nokia datsuite didnt work with cdma here in nz.
Are any othe phones that you have used with the software you mention CDMA ?




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  Reply # 171116 14-Oct-2008 18:25
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All those HTC devices listed are CDMA devices and supplied by Telecom New Zealand.

In this case you have to worry more about making sure it works on the operating system ("Windows Mobile") than on the network type ("CDMA").







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  Reply # 171162 14-Oct-2008 21:15
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the 700wx runs windows mobile 5 I understand
So just to confirm what you are saying is that you used or use a mobile phone running windows mobile connected to your home computer and running this jeyo software you are able to send a sms message from outlook?




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  Reply # 171183 14-Oct-2008 23:28
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gnfb1234: the 700wx runs windows mobile 5 I understand
So just to confirm what you are saying is that you used or use a mobile phone running windows mobile connected to your home computer and running this jeyo software you are able to send a sms message from outlook?

Yep - send and receive. There's a trial version to test it. 




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