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The password is an easy thing to get rid of. The problem is, a full factory restore is required. First do a hard reset and then restore the BE300 to factory defaults. The password will be reset.
Hard Reset: Press and hold the Power Button. At the same time, press the rest button on the left side of the device with the stylus (pen). You will see a blue scroll saying Initializing. Press and hold the OK button. Once the Initializing is done, the BE300 will go into the Safe Mode screen. Press OK and follow the instructions to the Restore Screen. From here, you can perform a Factory Restore but you need the original CD or a download of the Factory Restore BIN file.
For full BE-300 support, go to www.be300.org It's dedicated to the BE300 and everything you will need is there.
Casio claims that once a password has been set in your unit it can't be reset without losing all data. You can try resetting and see if that works. Use ur stylus and press the reset button for about 3 seconds.
http://www.abfnet.com has a bunch of be'ers that can help you - you can also search the forum for ton's of answers.
One thing, if you have Microsoft Activesync on your system pc connect won't work unless you shut off the activesyncs access to usb ports. Just a thought.
Check out Intellisync 5.01. It works for us, but it definitely is not as simple as with a Palm.
There are a few quirks, but it does work. My biggest complaint was that you have to manually copy their "Windows CE Autorun Manager" to your startup folder or the Groupwise info. will not automatically be sync'd everytime you sync with ActiveSync.
In their defense though, I think most of the issues are because of ActiveSync.
You will need 2 things.
Software to load on your E-125. The included Cd with your Nokia should have it.
You will need a special cable to connect Nokia to E-125. I don't know where you will find it easily.
There is a firm in Finland which makes all kinds of cables to connect different models of Cassiopeias to different models of mobile phones - essentially Siemens, Nokia & Ericsson. They run about US$ 50/=
Last time I saw their listing it was 4 pages long. You might have to do some searching on the net or contact Casio for information.
Hope this helps.