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Topic # 7433 14-Apr-2006 14:51
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please help me, that annoying "Cannot Connect" pop up keeps poppin up!!

I have a wlan @ home and i only want it on then so i enable the wifi then, but when i want to go out somewhere, in the car, or im filming something important or taking a photo it will keep popping up About every 30 secs. Can someone tell me how to make it stop? I dont want to connect!!!!

thankyou

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Reply # 33003 14-Apr-2006 15:00
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Perhaps you have the Inbox set to check e-mails every so often? Or some other program that requires Internet access?







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  Reply # 33004 14-Apr-2006 15:02
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yeah ive just disabled everything so ill see wat happens thanx mate :)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 33005 14-Apr-2006 15:03
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hmm nope still does it!

The only thing thats running in background is "active sync" & "Today Screen"

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  Reply # 33006 14-Apr-2006 15:06
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So perhaps ActiveSync is running on a schedule?

Also, the Inbox checking will not show any process, it's an event...







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  Reply # 33007 14-Apr-2006 15:23
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ok well i deleted my email account  now its stopped! thanx.

Wel it kinda sux u have to do that though just to stop it from comin up!

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Reply # 33008 14-Apr-2006 15:30
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You shouldn't need to delete it completely - there's an option that makes it check for e-mails on a cycle: just turn that option off.





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