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Topic # 5939 10-Dec-2005 07:09
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Please help

This has no doubt been asked before, but how can I set up my PDA to use my Nokia 6230i to access my email. i am a Vodafone user and have GPRS enabled on my phone and can recieve email on it. I would like to use my PDA as my web browser and email editor.

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Jimmer

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Reply # 24554 10-Dec-2005 10:59
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It is possible, but only if using the latest Bluetooth updates for your device - depending on what model is your Pocket PC...

You actually left the most important information behind: what Pocket PC do you have?

I guess you have an iPAQ, because the old ones had lots of trouble with the Nokia 6230i. Look for the latest Bluetooth drivers on HP's site if this is the case.








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  Reply # 24559 10-Dec-2005 12:09
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I have a Mio Digiwalker and was going to by a bluetooth SD card if thats the best way?

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Reply # 24561 10-Dec-2005 12:21
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Ok, it should work in this case. Check the Socket SD Bluetooth cards, they have the latest drivers and should work ok with the phone.






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