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Pop up window "can not connect"

I won a 4700 and keep getting a window pop up "can not connect" at all sorts of times. It may be during activesync or when linked to my blue tooth gps or anytime at all. Does anyone have the same problem if so what can I do to fix this very anoying problem.

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Almost surely you've got a "check e-mail every x minutes/hours" set, either in ActiveSync or on the iPaq (in Inbox or Messaging). You'll have to poke around to find it, but when you turn it off, those popups should cease.

Posted on Sep 11, 2005

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