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Re: i cant find the folder "browser messages" Please help...
Browser messages are on the internet. You need to connect to the internet via your phone and use their message center, or homepage to see them.
In my experience, they are most likely from your carrier, adverts and such.
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Step1: Click on "applications", then select "My files" Create a folder in the root menu and call it "media"
2. Click on media then create another folder and call it "audio"
3. Click on audio to enter then create the final folder and call it "notifiations"
4. When you have done this transfer your message tones to notification folders
5. Go to message,setting,select ring tones and you will see your files
This is a common problem with outlook express. The files have become too large for outlook express. I recommend blowing out all the emails. Try first empty the deleted items. If it will not delete. You need to find the folder associated with this identity. That would be in C drive then documents and settings then your username then application data (hidden folder) then identities. There will be a folder with a crazy name of numbers and letters. Go into this folder and you will see your inbox folder and outbox, sent box etc. Delete the folders that you dont have important emails in and this will dump that whole box. Make sure outlook express is closed when you do this. When you reopen outlook express it will recreate these folders empty. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.
go to my document folder of ur phone then my ringtones n just copy the tone u like in it n then go to settings > sounds n notification > notifications > then u will get ur tone in the check list of all the tones n select in event > new text message alret n then just done
I had this same problem and found this solution (that worked!):
If your "Sent" file folder is overfull (it can only hold about 2G), OE can't file the sent message so it retains it in the "Out" mailbox. To see the size of the files in your "Sent" folder, go to your Outlook Express "Store" folder (in OE click on "Tools/Maintenance/Store Folder" then copy the information that shows where this file is located; then go to "Start/Run" and paste this information into the "Run" window; this will take you to your "Store" folder). Right-click on the file folder titled "Sent Items.dbx." It will show you the file size.
If you have too much information stored in this file folder, go back to your OE view and either delete some files from your "Sent" file folder or move them to a new folder. However, you must then "Compact All Files" (Click on "File/Folder/Compact All") in order to actually clear the space in the folder.
Empty the Outbox in Outlook Express, move any messages you want to Send later to the Drafts folder.
Close Outlook Express.
Do a Search for .dbx files. Search:
Start > Search > For Files or Folders > All files and folders,
In the field for: all or part of the file name
Key in: .dbx
Below that, click on More advanced options
in the field: Type of File, select (All Files and Folders)
place a checkmark in:
Search system folders
Search hidden files and folders
Locate the Outbox.dbx file and Sent Items.dbx file and delete it.
Restart Outlook Express, a new Outbox.dbx file will be created.
Send yourself a Test message to see if it leaves the Outbox.
You may need to enable Show Hidden Files and Folders to see the .dbx files. Windows XP:
Open My Computer, Tools > Folder Options > View tab,
under Hidden Files and Folders, verify Show Hidden Files and Folders is selected.
Remove the check mark for Hide Extensions for known file types. Apply, OK to save and close.
Here's the fix if when you send an email attachment from another application it gets stuck in the Outlook Outbox...
Tooks us a long time to come up with it but great to have! It's fixed in Outlook 2007.
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Sounds like you dont have browser access. Picture messaging uses the data service from your mobile internet. If you are using an unlocked phone these settings will need to be configured for your browser and your picture messaging. Contact your carrier or the manufacturers website for these.