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Re: one touch dailing or something
You are correct that the manual is "really ugly." We do not even provide them to our customers because they are so difficult to understand for typical end users.
You can program unused buttons as One-Touch Dial (for phone numbers or feature codes) or Direct Station Select/Busy Lamp Field buttons (DSS for short) to monitor the status of a specific extension and to call that extension directly.
Press PROG and select the button you want to use. Press 1 to make it a DSS button or 2 to put a phone number in it. Then dial what you want the button to monitor or dial and press AUTO DIAL/STORE.
We have a support package that allows us to make all the changes you need over the Internet for a flat annual fee. If you want your whole system to work properly and all changes to be made for you at a flat budget, call us at 877-236-8376. (Our manuals are much better, too!)
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Cannot send email but able to receive Typically, POP based email accounts have the same address for incoming and outgoing email servers. However, sometimes the email service provider might have a different outgoing email server which has a different username and password (next point). Please check with your provider for details if you cannot send email but can receive.Is the outgoing email server address correct? The outgoing email server (SMTP) address needs to be correct for you to send messages from the account. You can find this information in the email you have received from your web host.
The outgoing email server address would typically be based on your web site's address, unless the server has been configured differently. Thus, if your web site's URL is www.my-web-site.com, the outgoing email server address would be either my-web-site.com or mail.my-web-site.com (substitute my-web-site.com with your actual domain name).
Are you able to surf the net using the WiFi (when the evdo connection has been closed via comm manager)?
If you're online with WiFi, but can't send email (yet you can receive), I'm guessing that the WiFi's internet connection may be the culprit... You see, many ISPs have outgoing mail filters in place so that viruses and the like can't send out spam from multiple computers. For example, my provider is optimum online, and they only allow outgoing mail traffic on port 25 (the standard pop3 outgoing port) if it is going to mail.optonline.com. All you have to do then, is change your outgoing mail server to optonline, and you're all set (note this doesn't change your email address... all outgoing mail servers are the same, you can use whichever you want and it won't have any effect on your name or anything). Every optonline user in my area knows about this by now.
Problem is, then you can't send email from EVDO because optonline isn't accessible from there. I chose to only send and receive email from the EVDO connection (you can set this somewhere, although I don't remember where), so even when using Wifi, outlook is using the cellular connection.
Alternatively, you can use an exchange server which won't have this problem (since it doesn't send outgoing mail directly, but rather syncs with a server which then sends your mail).
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You have to setup a groupDial.First setup yur one touch dail numbers under user mode-Tel registration,one touch speed dails.Leave at least 1 dail open and program it to a group dail number.Under usermode-tel registration select group dail and select your group from the one touch buttons.
Press the additional funktion key and the dataregistrayion key.Dataregistration will apear on the screen.Press the arrow left ntil telephone registration apear on the LCD.Press ok,One touch speed dail will be displayed press ok and enter the one touch speed dails.
hi press the FM burron for one touch recording exit other apps comes becuase u cant do two apps one time so press disconnect button befr u start something diffrent . or may be u r touching the lowest touchpad menu bar with ur finger...so phone htinks u rtrying to open up something else
open your email click tools up top then accounts the click on your account and click properties make sure were it says outgoing it says smtp + whatever it says on incoming without the pop
e.g. incoming - pop.tds.net
outgoing - smtp.tds.net
if this doesnt work go to your service provider site it should say on there something about fixing your email settings or connection