It likes to highlight e-mail addresses,and highlight over green highlight and
other stuff at random. It always does this in yellow. I have reinstalled drivers. Nothing seems to work. The only way I can stop it is to print every thing in black & white. Could this be a hardware problem ?
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you probably cannot change the font color in e-mails received as the service only gets what is sent ( just like a fax )
however in sending e-mails , open new e-mail message or replying or forwarding existing messages
highlight the word/s or passage/s that you want to change the color of , go to the capital A in the tool bar, click on the drop down arrow then select the color that you want
all of that which was highlighted will now be that selected color
In the window showing the list of your emails, highlight one of them, and somewhere along the top of the list you will usually find an icon that looks like a dustbin. Click on this and the highlighted email will be deleted. The icon doesn't always appear until an email is actually highlighted in the list, or when the email is opened.
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Start playing a track. Click anywhere on screen. Options should show at top of screen. Click on the tool symbol (should look like a bolt.) Click on repeat mode. Click random. This should solve your problem.
Start up your Windows Mail and do the following;
In Windows Mail, go to the Tools menu and click on Accounts. Highlight the account that you want to remove and click Remove. This will delete Highlighted account four your Windows Mail.
By default, you may have some email
settings provided by you network provider, but ignore them for now –
you can always find them again later. Highlight Account Settings and
press Select , then scroll up to Create new account and press Add.
First enter an account name, for example type ‘Gmail’. Now press OK.
Now you’ll neeed those details you found out earlier on. Highlight E-mail address and press Select. Enter your full email address for this account. Press OK .
Highlight Connect using and press Select. Select your mobile network provider from the list and press Select.
If you are unsure of which is the right one, contact your network
provider, but normally you should be looking for the same option as you
use to connect to the web, for example: Vodafone GPRS .
Connection Type should already be set to POP3 by default, but if not, press Select, highlight POP3 and press Select .
Incoming server and enter the Incoming server address you found out
earlier. It should look similar to a website address .
Highlight Username and press Select. Enter the username provided by your email provider and press OK .
Highlight Password and press Select. Enter your ordinary email password and press OK .
Highlight Download and press Select . This lets you decide how much of your email will be
downloaded. By default it should be set to Header and Text, but to save
more money on data fees, you can highlight Header only and press Select . You can also limit how much of the email is downloaded by pressing Size limit. Enter a number of less than 200 to reduce the number of kb downloaded.
Go back and highlight Check Interval and press Select . This lets you choose whether you want the phone to automatically
check for new emails at regular intervals of 5 minutes, half an hour,
an hour… all the way up to every 12 hours. Or you can leave it set to
Off, allowing you to do it manually and save on data fees. Press the Back button to return to the Account settings menu.
you want, you can set up an outgoing server so you can send emails as
well as receive them. If you don’t want to do this right now, you can
skip the next few steps.
To set up outgoing emails, highlight Outgoing server and press Select. Enter the outgoing server address given to you by your email provider and press OK .
Highlight Username, press Select and enter the same information as you did previously for Username. Now press OK.
Highlight Password, press Select
and enter the same information as you did for previously for Password.
This is your ordinary email password again. Now press OK.
can choose to enter your name and a signature by scrolling down and
highlighting Your name and Signature and pressing Select.
Some email provider may use encryption, so you can set this up by highlighting Encryption and pressing Select . Choose the type of encryption your email provider requires
for both incoming and outgoing mail and press Select.
Normally, you’ll need to select SSL for each, although it may vary
between providers. If in doubt, leave blank or check with your email
Highlight Incoming port and press Select . By default this should be set to 110, but different email
providers may require different port settings. If in doubt, check with
your email provider. Press OK.
Highlight Outgoing port and press Select . By default this should be set to 25, but different email providers
may require different port settings. If in doubt, check with your email
provider. Press OK.
Last of all, press Done to finish the setup. This will return you to the Account setting menu. Highlight the account name you made in step on