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Topic # 6167 1-Jan-2006 13:34
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hello,

can anyone tell me how i can get my pocket pc 2003 pro iPAQ RX3417 to alert me when it receives new emails? cause atm it does nothing and only shows in today screen! I have looked through sounds and notifications etc but found nothing. Thanx!

Matt

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Reply # 25578 1-Jan-2006 14:43
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Tap Start | Settings | Sounds and Notifications. Then change to the Notifications tab and on the Event list select Messaging: New e-mail message.

You can change the options to play a sound when new e-mail arrives, display a message on the screen (in a notification bubble and as a small envelope on the top bar), flash the LED or vibrate...







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  Reply # 25579 1-Jan-2006 15:14
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thanx, yeah i figured it out anyway, but another Q, i have some better sounding sounds i want to use for a few things so i tried copying them into the windows directory but they dont show up wen u go to select a sound and u cant browse to find custom ones? Any ideas?

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  Reply # 25582 1-Jan-2006 15:47
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i dont have a phone pocket pc, as said in first post RX3417.

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