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Small enough to drop into your coat pocket or handbag, the HP Jornada 680/690 Handheld PC weighs just one pound and yet packs all the features you would need in your busy day away from the desk. With a brilliantly lit color screen, you can work up to 8 hours without recharging while the built-in 56kps modem allows you to stay in touch via e-mail and surf the Web. Work comfortably on the roomy keyboard and when you finally return to your desk, enjoy fast and automatic synchronization with your de... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your HP Jornada 680 Handheld PC photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|caiofior||10:22am on Saturday, October 23rd, 2010|
|Great keyboard, wide and wonderful color screen Oddly configured Compact Flash Card slot|
|kc0hwa||7:20am on Friday, August 27th, 2010|
|The HP Jornada 690 is a nice machine, pretty zippy performance-wise, and a much nice keyboard than the 620 / 660 series, which it replaced. Color touch-screen, modem, easy to use, great expansion possibilities, good keyboard, dictaphone, excelent alarm functions, easy synchronisation.|
|DefconZero||9:21pm on Wednesday, August 25th, 2010|
|Does just about everything Unlike tiny PDAs, this unit has a real keyboard (76% of full-size), and a decent sized. Does just about everything Unlike tiny PDAs, this unit has a real keyboard (76% of full-size), and a decent sized. what junk I write under very special conditions. I was using a palm with a keyboard, but I found it not to be powerful enough. A laptop was too heavy,...|
|wolf123||1:44pm on Friday, July 30th, 2010|
|easy to start, write, work and the best design. the size its a little unconfortable|
|Alltaken||12:43pm on Tuesday, June 29th, 2010|
|Does just about everything Unlike tiny PDAs, this unit has a real keyboard (76% of full-size), and a decent sized.|
|PokeMAME||5:19am on Sunday, March 14th, 2010|
|Smaller than any laptop, standard expansion ports Voice recording sucks, CF slot should be CF-II, not CF-I.|
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The AC adapter includes two parts: the power cable and the adapter.
To connect to AC power
1. Connect the cable from the AC adapter to the DC jack on the right side of your HPJornada. 2. Connect the power cable to the AC adapter. 3. Plug the power cable into an AC power outlet.
Activating the backup battery
The backup battery protects your data when the main battery runs out of power. The backup battery does not provide enough power to operate your HP Jornada, but it will preserve your data while you replace the main battery or while you connect to AC power to recharge. The 3-V CR2032 coin-cell backup battery is preinstalled. When you begin using your HP Jornada, you do not need to remove the cover plate or install the backup batterysimply activate the backup battery by using the following procedure.
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To prevent loss of data, replace the backup battery as soon as a warning message appears on your screen indicating that backup battery power is low. (For detailed instructions on replacing the backup battery, see the Managing battery power section in chapter 7.)
To activate the backup battery
1. Remove the yellow sticker from the bottom of your HP Jornada. 2. Pull out the tape that protrudes from the battery compartment.
Using the stylus and touch screen
Use the stylus in much the same way you would use a mouse to navigate and select objects on screen. You can also use your fingertip to tap the touch screen, but the stylus provides the greatest accuracy. For convenience, the stylus is stored in the stylus slot on the front of the HP Jornada. To remove the stylus, push on the stylus to release the catch as you slide it out of the slot. The top of the stylus pops up to make it easy to remove the stylus. Pressing the top has no effect on the stylus function. To navigate by using the stylus, follow these tips
Instead of clicking the mouse, simply tap the stylus on
the touch screen to select an icon or activate a button. Double-tap instead of double-clicking the mouse.
Hold down the
alt key as you tap instead of rightclicking the mouse.
To replace the stylus, insert the pointed end of the stylus into the slot and push until it clicks into place.
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Following the Welcome Wizard
After you install the main battery, your HP Jornada will turn on automatically. At startup, the Hewlett-Packard welcome screen appears. Then, after a few moments, the Windows CE Welcome Wizard begins. The Welcome Wizard presents a brief orientation that helps you to calibrate the touch screen and configure device settings such as the World Clock and Owner Identification. Before you begin working, you may need to adjust the brightness and contrast of the display to compensate for different lighting conditions and viewing angles. You can use the keyboard to adjust both contrast and brightness.
Windows CE uses the system clock to monitor your alarms and appointments as well as to ensure proper synchronization of the most current files and appointments with your desktop PC. So make sure you set the correct time and date. To set the time, type the current time in the box below the clock face, or drag the hands on one of the clocks to the correct time. To set the date, tap the current date on the calendar. (Tap or to change month or tap the month or year.) You can set the clock settings again later using the World Clock control panel. (See the World Clock topic in online Help or tap the clock in the status area of the taskbar.)
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Adding owner information
You can set Windows CE to display owner information, such as your name, address, and telephone number. You can also type a note to be displayed; for example, offering a reward for the safe return of your HP Jornada. To display your owner information each time you start your HP Jornada, select the Display Owner Identification check box under At Power On. You can change the information you type here at any time using the Owner control panel. (See the Settings topic in online Help.)
Configure modem for your country
By default, the built-in modem in your HP Jornada (model 680 only) is set for use in the United States. To use your modem in another country, you must first set the modem configuration using the HP country selector application. When you complete the Welcome Wizard, HP country selector starts automatically and prompts you to select your country. To comply with your countrys regulatory requirements, you should select the correct country. If you travel with your HP Jornada, be sure to use HP country selector to change the configuration before using the modem. For more information, see the Traveling with your HPJornada section in chapter 7.
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Using your HP Jornada
After you complete the Welcome Wizard, you can begin using your HP Jornada and its built-in programs.
Keep your Pocket Outlook data current by synchronizing
your HP Jornada with your choice of Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Schedule+, or Microsoft Exchange on your desktop PC. (Inbox synchronization with Schedule+ and Outlook Express are not currently supported.) Synchronize Word and Excel documents, Access and other ODBC databases and tables, Mobile channels, and InkWriter documents between your HP Jornada and desktop PC. Your files are automatically converted to the correct format. With Windows CE Services, you can:
Back up and restore your HP Jornada data Add and remove programs on your HP Jornada Move and copy files (rather than synchronize files)
between your device and your desktop PC Windows CE Services includes several components. The Windows CE Services Setup Wizard detects which software
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components are needed and prompts you to set up only the necessary components. For instance:
If you do not already have Outlook or Schedule+ installed,
the Setup Wizard will attempt to install Schedule+ version 7.0a The Setup Wizard can add Inbox extensions to enable you to transfer messages to your desktop mail client Exchange or Outlook You may need to restart your PC after installing each component.
The Desktop Software for Microsoft Windows CE compact disc includes the following software options for your desktop PC.
Windows CE ServicesEnables you to connect your
HP Jornada to a desktop or notebook PC running Windows 95 or Windows NT. Microsoft Exchange UpdateAdds an option to the Tools menu in Exchange, allowing you to synchronize your HP Jornada Inbox with your Windows Inbox. Microsoft Schedule+ 7.0aA schedule management program for Windows 95 or NT.
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Ethernet ComponentsNetwork drivers for
WindowsCE. Microsoft Pocket StreetsA maps-and-navigation program for Windows CE. Mobile Channels ViewerA Web content viewer that enables you to view Web content from selected sites while you are offline. Windows95 infrared drivers version 2.0Enables you to install an infrared port on a desktop PC. Windows95 Dial-Up Networking version 1.2 upgradeEnables you to establish a remote connection to your desktop PC by modem. Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4.01The most recent version of the Internet browser for Windows 95 or Windows NT from Microsoft. WindowsNT Service Pack 3System updates for Windows NT.
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Accessing a computer not on a network
If you want to dial in to a computer that is not on a network (such as your home PC with Windows 95 and Microsoft Plus! pack), you must set up the target PC to receive your calls as follows.
The target desktop PC must be turned on. The target desktop PC must have a modem installed and
configured and must be set to receive incoming calls. (Refer to the instructions from the manufacturer of your desktop PC modem.) Dial-up Networking (Windows 95) or Remote Access Service (Windows NT) must be set up and configured so that your target PC can act as a server. (See your Windows documentation for further instructions.) Windows CE Services must be set up on the target PC (for instructions, see the Installing Windows CE Services section in this chapter). The Auto Connect option should be set to At all times. Windows CE Services must be running, and the Waiting for mobile device to connect status message should appear in the Mobile Devices window. In the Windows CE Services Properties dialog box, Device connection via network must be enabled. Any folders or drives you want to access must be shared.
You need the following information to establish a Remote Networking connection:
Your Windows user name and password, if you are
required to log on to your computer Telephone number of the modem
To create a connection to a computer not on a network (such as a home computer), you will need to create a new connection using Remote Networking on your HP Jornada.
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To create a Remote Networking connection
1. On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to Communication, and then tap Remote Networking. 2. In the Remote Networking folder, double-tap Make New Connection. 3. In the Make New Connection dialog box, tap Dial-up, and then tap Next. 4. If you have the HP Jornada 680, select Built-In Modem from the list of modems. If you have the HPJornada 680e, select the appropriate option for the modem you have installed. 5. Tap TCP/IP Settings, and then tap the General tab. Make sure the Use Server-assigned IP Address check box is selected. 6. On the Name Servers tab, tap Server-assigned addresses, and then tap OK. 7. Tap Next, and then fill in the telephone number you wish to dial. Tap Finish. A new icon appears, labeled with the name you chose, in your Remote Networking folder. This connection will also appear in your remote synchronization dialog box. To set a dialing location for a Remote Networking connection, double-tap the icon for the connection in the Remote Networking folder. In the Dial-up Connection dialog box, tap Dial Properties, and then fill in the information as you would for a network or ISP connection using the HP Jornada dialup application.
When you are ready to dial in to your ISP, use the HP dialup window.
To connect to your ISP
1. Double-tap the HP dialup icon on your desktop. The HP dialup window appears.
2. Select a location and a connection from the dropdown boxes, and then tap Continue. 3. In the HP dialup dialog box, confirm the user name and password you use to connect to your ISP, and then select the modem you will use to dial the call. 4. Check the telephone number, and then tap Dial. A progress message appears to tell you when you are connected to your ISP, and then an icon appears in the taskbar while you remain connected. After you are connected to your ISP, use the Inbox program to send and receive e-mail or use Pocket Internet Explorer to browse the Web. (For more information, see the Send-
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ing, receiving, and processing your e-mail and Browsing the Web or your intranet with Pocket Internet Explorer sections in this chapter.)
To disconnect from your ISP
1. Double-tap the HP connection icon in the status area of the taskbar. 2. In the HP dialup window, tap Disconnect. When the HP connection icon is displayed in the status area of the taskbar, your HPJornada is connected to your service provider. Be sure to disconnect from your service provider and to unplug the phone line from your HPJornada when it is not in use.
Connecting to corporate e-mail and network from offsite
If you want dial-up access to corporate e-mail and Internet services when you are offsite, you will need:
HPJornada680, you have an internal modem, so you are ready to go. If you have the HPJornada 680e, you can choose from a variety of available PC Card modems. (For more information about compatible PC Card modems, go to the HPJornada Accessories page on the Hewlett-Packard Web site at www.hp.com/jornada.) An account with your corporate network set for dialing in to your network serverYour network administrator can provide you with important information, such as a user name, password, dial-up telephone number(s), server names, and so on.
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A dial-up connection set up on your HPJornada
HP dialup makes this step easy. Access to a telephone lineYou can connect to an analog telephone line with your HPJornada680. Or, connect to the telephone line supported by your PC Card modem if you have the HPJornada680e.
If you use the HP Jornada 680, you must use an analog telephone line to connect your modem. Connecting to a digital telephone line can damage your modem.
The HP Jornada 680 has a built-in 56K V.90 modem for easy communication, so no installation is required. The HPJornada680e supports a variety of available PC Card modems. (For more information about compatible PC Card modems, go to the HPJornada Accessories page on the Hewlett-Packard Web site at www.hp.com/jornada.) Follow the manufacturers instructions included with the PC Card modem to install and configure it for use with your HPJornada.
Establishing a network dial-up account
Before you can log on to your network using a modem, you must establish a network account with your network administrator. Most likely, you will dial in to a server that has a modem installed to receive your call. The information you need for this connection is similar to the information needed to connect to the Internet through an ISP:
Your account user name. Your account password. Telephone number of the network server modem. IP, DNS, and WINS addresses, if necessary. Your e-mail user name or ID. (This may be the same as your network user name.)
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Your e-mail password. (This may be the same as your
network password.) The network POP3 or IMAP4 host name. The network SMTP host name (if required).
Setting up a remote connection to your network
After your network administrator has set up your account, you need to create a connection on your HPJornada so that you can connect to your network, e-mail, and intranet (possibly including the Internet) easily whenever you want to. Use HP dialup to create the connection on your HPJornada. HP dialup leads you through the process of configuring for your connections, including:
Setting up a connection to your network. Setting up an e-mail service (if you choose E-mail
service as an option). Setting up a Web service (if you choose Web Service as an option). In this case, the Web may be your corporate intranet or the Worldwide Web. Setting up a dialing location. You will have the opportunity to set the following options during the dial-up configuration process. Service provider connection This portion of the program allows you to name and save your network connection. You can create more than one connection (for example, one connection to your corporate network and one to your personal ISP). Choose a connection name that will make it easy to determine which connection you want when you are ready to dial up. At this point, you will also complete the following tasks: Choose E-mail and/or Web serviceYou can choose one or both options. Your network administrator can tell you which options are available to you.
1. Connect your HP Jornada to your desktop PC, and then open the Mobile Devices window. 2. On the Tools menu in the Mobile Devices window, click Application Manager.
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3. In the list of programs, select the program you wish to install, and then click Add. or Select the program you want to delete, and then click Remove.
You can use either Application Manager (on your desktop PC) or the Remove Programs control panel (on your HP Jornada) to remove programs.
To remove a program from your HP Jornada with the Remove Programs control panel
1. On the Start menu, point to Settings, and then tap Control Panel. 2. Double-tap the Remove Programs icon. 3. In the Programs list, select the program you want to remove. 4. Tap Remove. Programs stored in ROM cannot be removed. (For a list of these programs see the HP Jornada programs section in chapter 1.)
Your HP Jornada comes with a selection of built-in fonts. You can add Windows fonts (.fon files) or TrueType fonts (.ttf files) to your HP Jornada for use in Pocket Word documents and Pocket Excel spreadsheets. Because fonts take up a significant amount of storage memory, install only the fonts you need, and delete those you do not need. (The built-in fonts cannot be deleted.)
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To add fonts
1. Connect your HP Jornada to a desktop PC, and then start Windows CE Services. 2. In Windows Explorer on the desktop PC, select the font files you want to copy. 3. Drag the font files to the Windows folder on your HPJornada. If you are copying a Windows font, you will be prompted to select the point sizes and styles you want to copy.
Your HP Jornada can play Wave sounds (.wav files). You can copy a sound file from your desktop PC to your HPJornada without converting the file. If you want to use a sound as part of a sound scheme or to signal an alarm or a reminder, copy the sound file to the Windows folder on your HP Jornada. For more information, see the Setting Alarms topic in online Help.
Adding desktop wallpaper
Your HP Jornada can display 256-color bitmap images (.bmp files) or Windows CE bitmaps (.2bp files). You can copy bitmap images from your desktop PC to your HPJornada without converting the files, and you can use these images as desktop wallpaper on your Windows CE desktop.
To add desktop wallpaper
1. Connect your HP Jornada to a desktop PC and start Windows CE Services. 2. Drag the bitmap image you want to copy from its location on your desktop PC to the HPJornada icon in the Mobile Devices window. 3. On your HP Jornada Start menu, point to Settings, and then tap Control Panel.
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4. Double-tap the Display icon. 5. On the Background tab, tap Browse, and then select the bitmap file to display as your background.
To set Recycle Bin options
1. Hold down
as you tap the Recycle Bin icon.
2. On the pop-up menu, tap Properties.
Tips for conserving memory
Synchronize only one or two weeks of Calendar data and
only selected Contacts or Tasks. (For more information, see the Synchronizing selected data section in chapter 3.) Set options in Inbox to download only message headers and not to download attachments. (For more information, see the Using Inbox section in chapter 6.) Use Application Manager to remove programs you do not need (see the Installing programs section in this chapter). Remove fonts, sounds, and wallpaper you do not need.
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Delete files and voice memos you do not need, or transfer
them to your desktop PC for storage and delete them from your HPJornada.
You can increase the storage memory by adding a memory module on a CompactFlash or PC card. For more information, see the Accessories section in this chapter.
Managing battery power
Because the data and files you save on your HPJornada are stored in RAM, it is extremely important that you maintain a continuous power supply to your HP Jornada at all times. If your HP Jornada runs out of power, all information you have entered will be lost. The Windows CE operating system and programs are stored in ROM, and cannot be erased; however, any programs you have added and custom settings in existing programs will be lost. Data stored on a PC Card or CompactFlash Card will be saved, even if your H/PC loses power. To protect your data, back up regularly to a PC Card or CompactFlash Card by using HP backup. HP Jornada uses two types of batteries. The main battery supplies power whenever your HPJornada is not connected to AC power. The backup battery protects your data when the main battery is not installed (for instance, while you exchange the main battery).
The main battery is the HP Jornada Standard Battery, a rechargeable lithium ion battery pack. Use only the HPJornada Standard Battery (HP F1281A) or the HPJornada Extended Battery (HP F1282A) with your HPJornada. These batteries are designed only for use with the HPJornada 680/680e and should not be used to power other devices.
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Under normal circumstances, the main battery will provide up to 7 hours of continuous use without recharging. Actual battery life will vary depending on screen brightness, what applications you use, and operating conditions. When the main battery runs very low, your HP Jornada will shut down, and you will be unable to restart it until you replace the main battery, recharge the battery, or connect to AC power. When you replace the main battery, your new battery must be charged before your HP Jornada will turn on. For information on charging the main battery, refer to the Connecting the AC adapter section in chapter2. Ensure that the backup battery is in good condition before you remove the main battery. If the backup battery is low or you are not sure, connect to AC power before you remove the main battery.
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Tap the HP settings hard icon, and then tap the battery icon on the Settings tab. 2. On the Power On tab, select options for turning on your HP Jornada.
Setting the dimming control
Dimming the backlight on your HPJornada display can conserve battery power. Use the Dimming Control tab to set options for automatically dimming the backlight while on battery power or while connected to AC power.
To set automatic dimming
1. On the Start menu, point to Settings, tap Control Panel, and then double-tap the Power icon. 2. On the Dimming Control tab, select Automatically dim while on battery power and/or Automatically dim while on AC power. 3. Select a time interval from the list to set how long your HP Jornada must be idle before the backlight is dimmed.
Other tips for conserving battery power Reduce the brightness of the displayCompensate
for low light by increasing the contrast. (See the Using the HP settings application section in this chapter.) Use the Power control panel to set the auto-dimming feature. Suspend frequentlyUse the Power control panel to shorten the length of continuous idle time before your HPJornada auto-suspends. Press the On/Off key or tap Suspend on the Start menu to turn off your HPJornada when it is not in use, even for a short time. Always use AC power when connecting your HPJornada to your desktop PCNote that your HPJornada will not auto-suspend while it is connected.
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Turn off soundsUse the HP settings application to
mute the HP Jornada speaker, or use the Sound & Volume control panel to turn on only the most necessary system sounds. Avoid using PC Cards while on battery power Some PC Cards (especially PC Card modems) use considerable power and will quickly drain your battery. Use the AC adapter to plug your HP Jornada into external power whenever possible, especially when connecting to a desktop PC, when using a PC Card modem, network interface card (NIC), or other peripheral. Do not let the alarm notification LED flash for a long time.
This section offers information that will help you customize your HPJornada to match your working style.
Setting general options
As on your desktop PC, use Control Panel to change most of your HP Jornada options.
To open Control Panel
1. On the Start menu, point to Settings, and then tap Control Panel. Double-tap any of the icons in Control Panel to explore the options for that feature. Specific Control Panel options are described below. For more information about a particular control panel, see the Settings topic in online Help.
CommunicationsUse the Communications control
panel to set options for establishing a connection between your HP Jornada and desktop PC. DialingUse the Dialing control panel to manually create dialing locations and set dialing options for connecting to a service provider or remote computer.
Icon Indicates Open HP settings Page up Page down Switch applications
HP hard icons
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To start the HP hot keys application
1. On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to HP Utilities, and then tap HP hot keys. When you start the HP hot keys application, the current hot key assignments are displayed in a list on the Hot keys tab. The default key assignments correspond to the program icons printed on the HP hot keys.
To assign a program or file to a hot key or hard icon
1. Start the HP hot keys application. 2. On the Hot keys tab or the Hard icons tab, select the key you want to change. 3. Under Assign to, select a program from the dropdown list. or Tap Browse to select a program or file that is not displayed. (Certain files or programs will not run when invoked by a hot key or hard icon.) To see which programs are currently assigned to the HP hard icons, tap and hold any hard icon. A pop-up window shows the current hard icon assignments. To quickly restore the default hot keys or hard icons, which correspond to the icons printed on the keys or the screen, tap Restore defaults on the Hot keys tab or the Hard icons tab.
Using the HP settings application
The HP settings application allows you to change or adjust display and sound settings and allows you to check the status of constantly changing information about your HPJornada at a glance, such as available memory and battery power. It also enables you to set the password delay feature for added security.
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1. On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to HP Utilities, and then tap Settings. or Press the HP settings hard icon.
Setting brightness, contrast, and volume
The Settings tab includes slider controls for brightness, contrast, and volume, and a check box that mutes all system sounds. Move the sliders to adjust the settings to a comfortable level.
Serial port does not function.
Web pages are not displayed according to the options you set in Pocket Internet Explorer. The HP viewer seems to launch slowly.
Pressing the Pocket Internet Explorer hot key does not launch the program.
HP Jornada will not send e-mail messages from Inbox. Cannot retrieve e-mail messages, or some e-mail messages are missing.
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Problem File attachments to e-mail messages are corrupted.
Diagnosis/Remedy Senders or recipients mail server does not support MIME encoding. Turn off MIME encoding. If you created your e-mail service using HP dialup, see Creating and modifying connections in chapter 6 for instructions on changing settings for the e-mail service. If you created your e-mail service in Inbox, tap Options on the Services menu to modify properties for the e-mail service. While your HP Jornada is connected to a telephone line, it might cause a clicking sound that can be heard through any telephone handset on the same extension. To eliminate the clicking sound, disconnect the telephone line from your HPJornada. When not in use, always disconnect your HPJornada from the telephone line. There is insufficient program memory or the memory needs to be refreshed. For detailed instructions on making more memory available, see the Memory management section in chapter 7. You can add additional memory to your HP Jornada. See the Accessories section in chapter 7 for a list of accessories that will increase your HP Jornada memory. There is insufficient program memory or the memory needs to be refreshed. For detailed instructions on making more memory available, see the Memory management section in chapter 7. You can add additional memory to your HP Jornada. See the Accessories section in chapter 7 for a list of accessories that will increase your HP Jornada memory.
There is a clicking sound heard on the telephone line.
While printing multiple files, printing message box does not disappear after finished printing the first file.
Some of the icons from the desktop disappear.
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Troubleshooting remote connections
This section offers troubleshooting help for trying to connect your HP Jornada to other computers. For problems communicating with your desktop, see Windows CE Services Help.
Unable to dial out using the modem
Verify that the modem is installed correctly (model 680e
only) and connected to the telephone line. If you are using the internal modem (model 680 only), verify that you are using an analog telephone line. (Most home telephone lines are analog, while most office telephone lines are digital.) Verify you have set dialing properties for this connection correctly. Check to see if the modem is waiting for a dial tone. To do this, on the Start menu, point to Programs, point to Communication, and then tap Remote Networking. Select your connection, and then tap Properties on the File menu. In the Dial-Up Connection dialog box, tap Configure and then tap the Call Options tab. Verify that Wait for dial tone before dialing is selected. In certain countries you may have to clear the Wait for dial tone before dialing check box. Allow more time for the call to go through if you are attempting to make an international call. On the Call Options tab described in the previous step, clear the Cancel the call if not connected within option or increase the number of seconds allowed.
can darken or lighten to the point that it appears to be turned off. Reset your HP Jornada. (See the Resetting section in this chapter.) Recharge the main battery.
Screen is dark
Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight may cause your HPJornada screen to temporarily darken. This is a normal occurrence with LCD screens and is not permanent.
Occasionally, you will need to reset your HPJornada, for example, after you restore data from your desktop PC or when the operating system stops responding. There are two methods of resetting:
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Soft resetA soft reset (also called warm boot) is
similar to restarting your desktop PC. It restarts the operating system and preserves any saved data. Full resetA full reset (also called hard reset) restores your HP Jornada to its original state, erasing all information you have entered. To ensure the safety of your information in case a full reset is necessary, you should regularly back up your data to your desktop PC (using Windows CE Services) or to a CompactFlash or PC Card (using the HPJornada backup application). For more information on backing up data, see the Backing up and restoring data section in chapter 5.
Perform a soft reset after restoring data from a backup file or when your HP Jornada appears to be frozen or locked up.
To perform a soft reset
1. Disconnect the sync cable and/or the telephone line from your HPJornada. 2. Use the stylus to press the Reset button. When you perform a soft reset you will lose unsaved data in all open documents or programs.
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Perform a full reset only when your HP Jornada does not respond to a soft reset. A full reset will erase all data you have entered, including all files, system settings, and programs you have installed. If you have forgotten your password, you will also need to perform a full reset. Performing a full reset erases all files, programs, and appointments you have entered. You can restore only data that has been backed up to your desktop PC or to a PC Card or CompactFlash Card. (For more information, see the Backing up and Restoring data section in chapter 5.)
To perform a full reset
1. Disconnect all cables, including the AC adapter from your HPJornada. 2. Remove the main battery. 3. Remove the backup battery. For more information, see the Replacing the backup battery section in chapter7.) 4. Wait at least 5 minutes, and then reinstall the batteries and reconnect the AC adapter. (For more information, see the Setting up your HPJornada section in chapter 2.) Your HP Jornada should turn on automatically and display the WindowsCE Welcome Wizard. For more information about this wizard, see the Completing the Welcome Wizard section in chapter2. 5. Restore data to your HP Jornada from your most recent backup file. For more information, see the Backing up and Restoring data section in chapter5.
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Keyboard described 13 using 26 Keyboard control panel 27, 141
LAN (Local Area Network) 106 Location settings 94 Locking up, troubleshooting 154
Macros overview 150 starting HP Macro 150 Mail General Preferences dialog box 112 Mail Inbox Preferences dialog box 112
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Mail Service Definition dialog box 112 Maintenance, HP Jornada 152 Make New Connection dialog box 50 Mapping additions 57 changes 58 name 57 removal 58 Meetings, reminder options 62 Memory conserving 133 displaying information 146 insufficient 155 locations, adjusting 132 managing 132 refreshing 133 Memory tab 132 Memos, voice recording and playing 69 Microphone, described 13 Microsoft Exchange Update, defined 31 Microsoft Ink Writer creating a document with 81 overview 80 Microsoft InkWriter described 9 Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4.Microsoft Pocket Access creating a database in 78 creating a table in 78 overview 78 Microsoft Pocket Excel creating a workbook in 78 overview 77 starting 77 Microsoft Pocket Exchange Update 31 Microsoft Pocket Office 6 overview 74 Microsoft Pocket Outlook 6 installing 31 overview 60 starting 60 synchronizing with Outlook 60 Microsoft Pocket PowerPoint overview 75 starting 76
Microsoft Pocket PowerPoint presentations 76 Microsoft Pocket Streets, described 32 Microsoft Pocket Word creating a document in 75 overview 74 Microsoft Schedule+ 7.0a 31 Microsoft Voice Recorder, described 9 Microsoft Windows CE Services Help 151 Microsoft Windows 95 Dial-Up Networking version 32 Microsoft Windows 95 Infrared Drivers version 2.Microsoft Windows CE Services communications trouble 39 overview 31 setting up for infrared connections 41 Microsoft Windows NT Service Pack Migrating data how to 53 with non-Windows CE palmtops 54 with older Windows CE palmtop PCs 52 MIME formatting (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extens 101 Mobile Channels Viewer, defined 32 Mobile Devices window 44, 124 Modem card and cable 148 Modem list options 50 Modem, setting location 149 Modems configuring for your country 23 connection difficulties 158 dialing difficulties 158 installing and configuring 89 Monitor, viewing difficulties 160 My Handheld PC folder 128
Name mapping 57 Navigation tips, Stylus 19
Network accessing computer not on network 49 guest privileges 106 Network (LAN) connection 106 Network Configuration dialog box 107 Network connections accessing corporate accounts 48 choosing e-mail or Web service 99 creating with HP dialup 109 creating without HP Dialup 109 ISP (Internet Service Provider) 99 modifying with HP dialup 109 onsite logon 107 remote locations 99 service providers 100 setting up 100 settings 101 Network control panel 141 Network interface card (NIC) 105 New Mobile Device dialog box 37 New Partnership Wizard 37 NIC (Network interface card) configuring 107 No converter selected dialog box 124 Notes tab 146
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Connecting by serial connection
The HP Jornada uses a serial connection to communicate with a desktop PC. Use the sync cable that was included with your HP Jornada to connect the docking cradle or the device to a 9-pin serial communications port on your desktop PC. If the 9-pin serial port on your PC is in use by another device, or if your computer has no 9-pin serial port, you can obtain an adapter from your computers manufacturer. Be sure that your desktop PC is on before placing your HP Jornada in the docking cradle or connecting the sync cable. If the desktop PC is off, your HP Jornada or desktop PC may freeze, forcing you to reset or restart. For information on resetting your HP Jornada, see the Resetting section in chapter 8.
To connect using the docking cradle
1. 2. 3. 4. Connect the 9-pin end of the sync cable to a serial port on your desktop PC. Fully insert the flat end of the sync cable, arrow side up, into the serial port on the back of the docking cradle. Turn off your HP Jornada and disconnect any cables (telephone cable, AC adapter, sync cable, etc.) from your HP Jornada. Connect the AC adapter to the DC jack on the back of the docking cradle, and then plug in the power cable.
Do not connect your HP Jornada to more than one source of AC power. You must disconnect the AC adapter from your HP Jornada before placing in it in the docking cradle to avoid damaging your HP Jornada. 5. Align your HP Jornada in the docking cradle, and push down firmly until the HP Jornada snaps into place.
Your HP Jornada should start automatically and establish a connection to the desktop computer. To remove your HP Jornada from the docking cradle, push the release button on the cradle, and carefully lift your HP Jornada from the cradle.
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If you are traveling without your docking cradle or you need to synchronize files with your home computer while the docking cradle is connected to your office PC, you can connect your HP Jornada directly to a desktop PC using only the sync cable. (You can also connect and synchronize by infrared. For more information, see the Connecting by infrared section in this chapter.)
To connect directly (without the docking cradle)
1. 2. 3. 4. If it is attached, disconnect the telephone cable from your HP Jornada. Connect the AC adapter to the DC jack on the right side of the HP Jornada, and then plug in the power cable. Insert the 9-pin end of the sync cable into a serial port on your desktop PC. Fully insert the flat end of the sync cable, arrow side up, into the serial port on your HP Jornada.
Synchronizing from a remote location
The ActiveSync program on your HP Jornada enables you to synchronize files, e-mail messages, and Pocket Outlook data with your desktop PC, even when you are away from the office. You can do this by remote dial-up connection or LAN connection to your desktop PC. You can also connect to a computer not on a network (such as your home computer) and synchronize using a modem. Before you can synchronize remotely, the desktop PC or network server must be configured for Remote Access Services (Windows NT) or Dial-Up Networking (Windows 95 or later), and you must create a connection on your HP Jornada by using either the HP Jornada dialup application or the Remote Networking program. For information about setting up connections with HP dialup, see the Setting up a remote connection to your network section in chapter 6. For Remote Networking information, see the Accessing a computer not on a network section in this chapter. After you have set up for either type of connection, you can synchronize data. See the To start remote synchronization procedure later in this chapter.
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Accessing a computer on your corporate network
To access a PC on your corporate network from a remote location, you must have an account provided by your network administrator, and you must set up a connection to your network server using HP dialup (see chapter 6). In addition, you must set up the target PC to receive your calls as follows. The target PC must be turned on. Windows CE Services must be set up on the target PC. (See the Installing Windows CE Services section earlier in this chapter.) Also, the Auto Connect option should be set to At all times. Windows CE Services must be running, and the Waiting for mobile device to connect status message must be shown in the Mobile Devices window. In the Windows CE Services Properties dialog box, Enable a network connection must be selected. Any folders or drives you want to access must be shared. If you will be dialing in to a desktop PC running Windows95, you must also have Dialup Networking components set up on the target desktop PC.
Accessing a computer not on a network
If you want to dial in to a computer that is not on a network (such as your home PC with Windows 95 and Microsoft Plus! pack), you must set up the target PC to receive your calls as follows. The target desktop PC must be turned on. The target desktop PC must have a modem installed and configured and must be set to receive incoming calls. (Refer to the instructions from the manufacturer of your desktop PC modem.) Dial-up Networking (Windows 95) or Remote Access Service (Windows NT) must be set up and configured so that your target PC can act as a server. (See your Windows documentation for further instructions.) Windows CE Services must be set up on the target PC (for instructions, see the Installing Windows CE Services section in this chapter). The Auto Connect option should be set to At all times. Windows CE Services must be running, and the Waiting for mobile device to connect status message should appear in the Mobile Devices window. In the Windows CE Services Properties dialog box, Device connection via network must be enabled. Any folders or drives you want to access must be shared.
For more information on these and other programs that come with your HP Jornada, see online Help.
Using Microsoft Pocket Outlook
Your HP Jornada comes with Microsoft Pocket Outlook, which includes Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Inbox. Using Microsoft Windows CE Services, you can synchronize information on your HP Jornada with information in Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Schedule+, or Microsoft Exchange on your desktop computer. Each time you synchronize, Windows CE Services compares the changes you made to data on your device and desktop PC and updates both computers.
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With Inbox, you can send and receive e-mail messages, either by synchronizing with the mail program on your desktop PC (either Outlook or Exchange) or by connecting directly to your mail server through an Internet or network account.
To start Pocket Outlook
1. On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to Pocket Outlook, and tap either Calendar, Contacts, Inbox, or Tasks. or Tap one of the Calendar, Contacts, Inbox, or Tasks hot keys. To switch quickly from one Pocket Outlook applications to another, tap the Go menu on the toolbar of the current Pocket Outlook application.
Keeping appointments with Calendar
Use Calendar to schedule appointments, meetings, and other events. Quickly check your appointments in one of several views (Day, Week, Month, Year, and Agenda).
To create a new appointment
1. On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to Pocket Outlook, and tap Calendar. or Tap the Calendar hot key. On the File menu, tap New Appointment. Type a description and the location of your appointment. Select the time and date of your appointment. To add notes, tap the Notes button, and then tap once in the notes area. Type your notes. To assign the appointment to a category, tap the Categories button, and then select a category from the list. Select other desired options, and when you are finished tap OK.
2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
If you need to schedule a meeting with people who use Outlook, Pocket Outlook, or Schedule+, you can use Calendar to schedule the meeting. When attendees receive a meeting request, they can choose to accept or decline the meeting. If they accept, the meeting is automatically placed in their schedule. In addition, their response is automatically sent back to you, and your calendar is updated.
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Before you can send a meeting request, you must enter e-mail addresses in Contacts and set up Inbox to send and receive messages (see the Using Inbox section in chapter 6).
To create a meeting request
1. On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to Pocket Outlook, and then tap Calendar. or Tap the Calendar hot key. On the Tools menu, tap Options, and then choose a mail transport: If you send and receive messages using synchronization, select ActiveSync. If you connect to an ISP or network, select the service you set up in Inbox or the HP Jornada dialup application. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Tap OK. On the File menu, tap Make Meeting. Enter the meeting information. Select the contacts you want to invite. Select other desired options, and then tap OK.
Managing your e-mail with Inbox
Use Inbox to send and receive e-mail messages. You can access your e-mail by synchronizing with your desktop PC or by connecting to a mail server through an Internet or network account. (For more information, see the Using Inbox section in chapter 6 and the Synchronizing e-mail messages section in chapter 3.)
Using HP viewer
HP viewer gives you a quick and versatile way to view the information in your Pocket Outlook Calendar, Contacts, and Tasks databases. HP viewer displays the information you choose in as much detail as you want, including detailed contact information, tasks and notes on a single screen, or all the appointments and tasks scheduled for a single day, a week, or up to 6 months at a time. HP viewer also enables you to view a single field for any record or to switch instantly to Pocket Outlook for editing. By default, the HP viewer icon is displayed on the Windows CE desktop.
To start HP viewer
1. On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to HP Applications, and then tap HP viewer. or Press the HP viewer hot key.
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HP viewer shows your Pocket Outlook information quickly.
HP viewer uses the same font settings as Pocket Internet Explorer. Changing the font or font size in Pocket Internet Explorer will also change the way information is displayed in HP viewer. You can quickly switch from HP viewer to Pocket Outlook to look at the selected date in all Calendar views.
To switch to Pocket Outlook
1. On the Go menu, tap the appropriate program or view. HP viewer displays the current date and your next scheduled appointment below the toolbar in the Today Banner of the HP viewer window. To quickly view detailed information about the appointment, tap the appointment title in the Today Banner.
To switch between Calendar, Contacts, and Task information
1. Tap the appropriate icon on the left side of the HP viewer window.
Viewing Calendar information
HP viewer lets you view your calendar in Day, Week, Month, or n-Month view. Tap the Calendar icon on the left side of the HP viewer window to display Calendar information. Tap a View button on the toolbar to change views. Tap the Go to Date button on the toolbar to view information for a specific date.
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n-month (displays 3 months) Month Week Day Today (GoTo Today command) Date (GoTo Date command)
Day View offers a fast way to browse your schedule for the current day or up to 7 days that you select. To enable Day Zoom in n-Month View, Month View, or Week View, press the spacebar to display appointments and tasks for the selected date(s). Tap an icon next to an appointment or event to expand a note or to display more information about that appointment or event. You can set HP viewer to always display Day Zoom for the date you select by tapping on the toolbar. Week View enables you to display 1, 2, or 3 weeks of your calendar at a time. Press as you tap or on the scroll bar to increase or decrease the number of weeks displayed. Tap an event to display detailed information about that event.
Use Month View to display 5 weeks of data on a single screen, or use nMonth View to display calendars for several months at a time. Tap a day to display detailed information about appointments or events scheduled on that day.
Viewing Contacts information
HP viewer lets you view all information for a particular contact on a single screen.
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Type in the Find File As box to display only contacts matching the letter(s) you type. Tap a tab on the left side of the contact list to jump to contacts that begin with a letter on the tab. To jump to contacts that begin with the second letter on the tab, tap the tab again. To change the field on which the contact list is sorted, tap the field name at the top of the list, and then choose a field from the Select Primary Key dialog box.
Viewing Tasks information
You can also use HP viewer to view task information for any field, including Notes. Type in the Find Task box to display only tasks that match the letter(s) you type.
Capturing data with HP quick pad
Use HP quick pad to enter all the notes and information you acquire during your day. Quickly record names, telephone numbers, quick notes to yourself. You can save this information in HP quickpad or create appointments, tasks, e-mail messages, even Pocket Word documents from a single application.
With quick pad, you can check the date and time at a glance, review your current appointments and tasks, and quickly find a telephone number or address from your contact list.
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Quickly jot notes and reminders or new contact information on the notepad. Then, save your notes in quick pad or send them to the appropriate database, such as your Contacts or Tasks list.
To start HP quick pad
1. On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to HP Applications, and tap HP quick pad. or Press the HP quick pad hot key.
To save information in HP quick pad
1. 2. 3. 4. On the File menu, tap New Page to create a blank notepad page. Tap once in the notepad area, and then type the information you want to save. On the File menu, tap Rename Page, and then type a descriptive name for the information. On the File menu, tap Save.
To start Pocket Excel
1. On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to Office, and then tap Microsoft Pocket Excel. or Double-tap the Microsoft Pocket Excel icon on the desktop.
To create a workbook using Pocket Excel
1. 2. 3. 4. On the File menu, point to New, and then tap Workbook. Create your worksheet. On the File menu, tap Save. Type a name for your file, and then tap OK.
If your workbook contains sensitive information, you can protect it with a password. To do so, open the workbook and tap Password on the File menu. Password-protected workbooks cannot be synchronized.
Using Microsoft Pocket Access
You can use Pocket Access to view and update data derived from Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server, and other ODBC databases on your HP Jornada. You can open the database and update data in the corresponding tables or you can fill out electronic forms. Eventually, you should synchronize the new information with a larger database on your desktop PC or your corporate network. You can also use Pocket Access to create new databases, tables, and SQL procedures directly on your device. Programmers can use Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects for Windows CE (ADOCE) and Microsoft Visual Basic or Microsoft Visual C++ to develop custom database solutions. For more information on creating custom database solutions, go to the Microsoft Web site at www.microsoft.com/windowsce.
To create a new database and table
1. On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to Office, and then tap Microsoft Pocket Access. or Double-tap the Microsoft Pocket Access icon on the desktop.
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On the View menu, tap Database View, and then tap Open/New Database on the File menu. Type a name for the database and tap OK. Double-tap the Create a New Table icon. In the Field Name box, type a name. From the Data Type list, select a data type. The data type of a field cannot be changed after the table is saved. Text boxes have a size limit of 255 characters. To enter longer notes, select the Memo data type. To enter numbers with decimal points, select the Float data type. To enter numbers between -32,768 and +32,767, select the Integer data type. To enter smaller numbers, select the Small Integer data type.
To set the size limit of a field, enter an amount in the Field Size box. You cannot change field sizes after the table is saved. To index the field, select Yes from the Indexed list. Indexing a field allows Pocket Access to find and sort information faster for that field. Repeat these steps until you have created all the fields you want for your table.
10. On the File menu, tap Save Table. If you have tables that you do not want to keep updated on the device (such as product catalogs), mark them as read-only when transferring them from the desktop to the device to save time during future synchronization sessions. Windows CE Services will not check for updates the next time you synchronize.
Printing your Pocket Office documents
You can print your Pocket Office and other documents from your HP Jornada in three different ways:
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By connecting directly to a PCL printer using the optional HP parallel printer cable (F1274A). For a list of compatible printers, refer to the HP parallel printer cable Users Guide that came with your HP Jornada. By connecting via infrared port (only with an infrared-equipped PCL printer). By transferring the file to your desktop PC and printing it from within a program on the desktop PC. For instructions on printing directly to a printer using the HP parallel printer cable, see the HP parallel printer cable Users Guide.
To print directly to a printer via infrared
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Open the file or document you want to print. On the File menu, tap Print. The Print dialog box appears. Choose the PCL printer you will be printing to and select the IrDA port option. Set other print options as necessary. Tap OK, and then line up the infrared port on your HP Jornada with the infrared port on the printer.
Using Microsoft InkWriter
InkWriter, a text, graphics, and ink processor with Rich Ink technology, makes it easy to write and draw the way you do on paper, but with the benefit of being able to edit and format your writings and drawings. With InkWriter, you can enter information in the way that is easiest for you: type using the keyboard or write or draw on screen using the stylus.
To create an InkWriter document
1. 2. On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to Accessories, and then tap InkWriter. Create your document: To type, tap Writing on the View menu, and then use the keyboard. To draw, tap Drawing on the View menu, and then drag the stylus to draw on the touch screen. You can also create a drawing in Writing view by crossing three of the ruled lines on the first stroke of the drawing. 3. When you are finished, tap Save on the File menu.
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Backing up and restoring data
To prevent loss of data, you should back up your HP Jornada data frequently. You can back up your HP Jornada two convenient ways: Use Windows CE Services to back up all data to your desktop PC. Use the HP Jornada backup application to back up all data or only PIM data (HP quick pad, Contacts, Calendar, and Tasks databases) to a PC Card or CompactFlash Card or to internal memory.
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Input ISP informationThis includes the information you collected from your ISP, such as the dial-up telephone number and IP, DNS, and WINS address settings. Many ISPs automatically or dynamically assign both IP and DNS addresses. If your ISP does not assign these automatically, you should clear the Server-assigned addresses option and type the addresses. When you enter the IP address, you can also choose to use SLIP if your ISP uses this protocol. PPP is the default protocol, but SLIP is supported as well. You also have the option to choose software and IP header compression options. Ask your ISP if these options are recommended for your account. E-mail service If you choose to configure an e-mail service, HP dialup will prompt you to enter the following information: UserID and passwordThe user name (UserID) and password you use to access your e-mail account may be the same as the user name and password you use to connect to your ISP. However, some ISPs assign a different name and password for this service. Service typeYour ISP may use POP3 or IMAP4 for receiving mail. In addition, some ISPs use SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) for sending messages. This is an optional setting; refer to your ISP to find out if this applies to your configuration. SettingsYou can choose a variety of E-mail service settings. If your ISP supports MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) encoding (POP3 servers only), you can select an option to allow binary files, such as graphics and audio files, to be sent as attachments to e-mail messages. You can also set e-mail services to: Disconnect after actions are performed Check for new mail at specified intervals Display a message or sound an alarm when new mail arrives Only display messages from a specified number of recent days Download only message headers (you can review headers and decide whether to download message bodies the next time you connect) Download full copies of all messages (you can review messages and decide whether to download attachments the next time you connect)
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The default options represent the settings used by many ISPs. If you are not sure, or you do not have guidance from your ISP, try the default settings.
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Using your connections
After you have set up for the connection that best meets your needs, you are ready to use that connection for sending and receiving e-mail, browsing the Web, or receiving your CompuServe mail.
You can use the Inbox program to send and receive e-mail over the Internet with your HP Jornada. You can also exchange e-mail over your companys intranet, either by remote dial-up (using your modem) or by direct connection (with an NIC). Using Windows CE Services, you can synchronize information in Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Schedule+, or Microsoft Exchange on your desktop computer with your HP Jornada. Each time you synchronize, Windows CE Services compares the changes you made on your HP Jornada and desktop PC and updates both computers, including changes to the messages in your Inbox. For more information, see chapter 3, Connecting to your desktop or refer to online Help. HP dialup automatically sets up an Inbox service for you. However, you can also set up Inbox services from within the Inbox program.
To set up e-mail service (Internet Mail)
1. Get the following information from your ISP or network administrator: POP3 or IMAP4 server name, SMTP host name, user name, password, and domain name (for network connections only). On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to Pocket Outlook, and then tap Inbox. In Inbox, on the Services menu, tap Options. On the Services tab, tap Add. Choose IMAP4 Mail or POP3 Mail, enter a name for the connection, and then tap OK. In the Mail Service Definition dialog box, enter the information from step 1. Select the remote connection you want to use from the Connection list, and then tap Next. (If you are receiving e-mail through a network connection, tap Network Connection.)
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If you have not created a connection, tap Create new connection, double-tap the Make New Connection icon, and follow the instructions in the wizard. When finished, tap Inbox in the taskbar and continue setting up the Inbox. For more information, refer to the Remote Networking topic in online Help. If this is the first time you have created an e-mail service, click No in the Enable Address Issue dialog box. In the Mail General Preferences dialog box, select the desired options, and then tap Next.
10. In the Mail Inbox Preferences dialog box, select the desired options: Under When Getting Messages, choose how you want messages downloaded by default. Choosing Get full copy of messages will take up more storage space on your HP Jornada. Choosing Only synchronize Inbox folder hierarchy (IMAP4 only) will speed up the time it takes to download your messages. Under When Getting Full Copy, choose whether you want to download file attachments and meeting requests when you get full copies of messages. This setting applies whether you have chosen to download full copies of messages by default, or if you selectively download full copies of messages by opening the message and tapping the Get Full Copy button. In addition, if you want to receive meeting requests, your Exchange Server administrator must enable support for Rich Text Format for your account. For more information about Inbox settings, see the Inbox settings section later in this chapter.
If you have questions that this User Guide does not answer (after checking the contents and index), you can contact Hewlett-Packard Worldwide Support and Services for Handheld Products at the telephone numbers listed in the following table. If your HP Jornada requires service, contact Hewlett-Packard for service information, shipping instructions, and out-of-warranty service charges before you send your unit to HP for repair. In countries not listed in the table, contact your Hewlett-Packard authorized dealer or sales office.
For diagnostic instructions and other service information, contact one of the technical support numbers listed. Please do not ship your unit for service without first contacting a Hewlett-Packard office. If your unit qualifies for inwarranty service, be ready to supply a dated proof of purchase. In countries not listed in the following table, contact your Hewlett-Packard authorized dealer or sales office. Before you contact us for help, be sure to: 1. Review the manuals whenever possible.
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Have the following information about the product: Model number Serial number Purchase date Have your product ready to use. The support personnel may ask you to run tests and other operations. Organize your question or problem. The more detailed information you can provide, the quicker the support personnel can help you.
You can also obtain product information as well as tips and hints on how to get more from your handheld product at our worldwide Web site. This computer service is provided free of charge; you pay only for telephone charges and Internet service fees. To connect to this Web site from a computer via the Internet, go to www.hp.com/jornada.
Contacting Hewlett-Packard worldwide
You will be pleased to know that our commitment to quality does not stop at the sale. Our worldwide customer support network is available to give you personal telephone service should you need it. Country/Region Argentina Australia Austria Belgium (Dutch) Belgium (French) Brazil Canada Chile China Czech Republic Denmark Telephone 54-11-47788380 61-3-88778000 43-711-4201080 32-2-6268806 32-2-6268807 55-11-8296612 1-905-2064663 56-800-360999 86-10-65645959 420-2-61307310 45-39-294099
auto-suspend 115 conserving 115 managing 112 status 114
CompactFlash Type I card slot 11 Configuring
HP Jornada for infrared connection 35 Windows CE Services for infrared connection 35
Battery, replacing main 113 Baud rate, checking 32 Benefits, overview 4 bFax Pro 70
bView 70 described 7 starting 70
Confirm Password box 122 Conflict resolution, default conflict 39 Connecting
AC adapter 14 by serial connection 29 HP Jornada to a PC 25 HP Jornada to alternate PC 35
Connecting to Internet, personal accounts
modems 74 PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol) Account 75 SLIP (Serial Line Internet Protocol) Account 75
described 8 starting 71
bFind dialog box 71 Bitmap images (.bmp files) 105 bmp files 105 Breakage 128 Brightness and contrast, adjusting 16 Browsing
on HP Jornada desktop 36 the Web 97
Connecting to PC
9-pin serial port 29 with docking cradle 29 without docking cradle 30
Connection profile, creating 79 Connection Status dialog box 32, 34 Connections 148. See connecting
dialup 75, 79 network creating without HP dialup 91 modifying with HP Dialup 91 partnership automatic 34 infrared 34 manual 34
HP parallel printer 67 sync 29, 30 telephone 30
Caching 85, 147 Calculator, described 8 Calendar
creating appointments 50 organizing appointments 50 overview 6 scheduling meetings 50 viewing 54
creating new contacts 52 managing 51 overview 6 viewing 55
Command bars, using 20 Communication, ActiveSync 147 Communications command 32 Communications control panel 117 Communications icon 32
Contrast and brightness, adjusting 16 Control panel 32
opening 117 regional settings 118
Cookies 85, 147 Corporate networks, remote access 41
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Cumulative trauma. See Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) Cumulative trauma disorder 143. See also Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) Customizing
general options 117 HP hard icons 119 HP hot keys 119
Display Control Panel 117 Display difficulties 134 Display Owner Identification check box 19 DNS
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HP software product license agreement
Important: Please carefully read this License Agreement before operating the equipment. Rights to the software are offered only on the condition that the Customer agrees to all terms and conditions of the License Agreement. Operating the equipment indicates your acceptance of these terms and conditions. If you do not agree to the License Agreement, you may return the unopened package for a full refund. In return for payment of the applicable fee, HP grants the Customer a license to the software, until terminated, subject to the following: Use: Customer may use the software on any one computer. Customer may not reverse, assemble, or decompile the software. Copies and adaptations: Customer may make copies or adaptations of the software: - for archival purposes, or - when copying or adaptation is an essential step in the use of the software with a computer so long as the copies and adaptations are used in no other manner. Customer has no other rights to copy unless Customer acquires an appropriate license to reproduce which is available from HP for some software. Customer agrees that no warranty, free installation, or free training is provided by HP for any copies or adaptations made by Customer. All copies and adaptations of the software must bear the copyright notice(s) contained in or on the original. Ownership: Customer agrees that they do not have any title or ownership of the software, other than ownership of the physical media.
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Customer acknowledges and agrees that the software is copyrighted and protected under the copyright laws. Customer acknowledges and agrees that the software may have been developed by a third-party software supplier named in the copyright notice(s) included with the software, who shall be authorized to hold the Customer responsible for any copyright infringement or violation of this License Agreement. Transfer of rights in software: Customer may transfer rights to the software to a third party only as part of the transfer of all their rights and only if Customer obtains the prior agreement of the third party to be bound by the terms of this License Agreement. Upon such a transfer, Customer agrees that their rights to the software are terminated and that they will either destroy their copies and adaptations or deliver them to the third party. Transfer to a U.S. government department or agency or to a prime or lower tier contractor in connection with a U.S. government contract shall be made only upon prior written agreement to terms required by HP. Sublicensing and distribution: Customer may not sublicense the software or distribute copies or adaptations of the software to the public in physical media or by telecommunication without the prior written consent of HP. Termination: HP may terminate this software license for failure to comply with any of these terms, provided HP has requested Customer to cure the failure and Customer has failed to do so within thirty (30) days of such notice. Updates and upgrades: Customer agrees that the software does not include updates and upgrades that may be available from HP under a separate support agreement. Export clause: Customer agrees not to export or re-export the software or any copy or adaptation in violation of the U.S. Export Administration regulations or other applicable regulations.
HP shrink-wrap license terms
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You may not modify the Software or disable any licensing or control features of the Software. If the Software is licensed for concurrent use, you may not allow more than the maximum number of authorized users to use the software concurrently. Ownership: The Software is owned and copyrighted by HP or its third party suppliers. Your license confers no title to, or ownership in, the Software and is not a sale of any rights in the Software. Third party suppliers to HP may protect their rights in the event of any violation of these License Terms. Copies and adaptations: You may only make copies or adaptations of the Software for archival purposes or when copying or adaptation is an essential step in the authorized Use of the Software. You must reproduce all copyright notices in the original Software on all copies or adaptations. You may not copy the Software onto any public network. No disassembly or decryption: You may not disassemble or decompile the Software unless prior written consent is obtained from HP. In some jurisdictions, consent from HP may not be required for limited disassembly or decompilation. Upon request, you will provide HP with reasonably detailed information regarding any disassembly or decompilation. You may not decrypt the Software unless decryption is a necessary part of the operation of the Software. Transfer: Your license will automatically terminate upon any transfer of the Software. Upon transfer, you must deliver the Software, including any copies and related documentation, to the transferee. The transferee must accept these License Terms as a condition to the transfer. Termination: HP may terminate your license upon notice for failure to comply with any of these License Terms. Upon termination, you must immediately destroy the Software, together with all copies, adaptations, and merged portions in any form. Export requirements: You may not export or re-export the Software or any copy or adaptation in violation of any applicable laws or regulations. U.S. government restricted rights: The Software and Documentation have been developed entirely at private expense. They are delivered and licensed as commercial computer software as defined in DFARS 252.227-7013 (Oct 1988), DFARS 252.211-7015 (May 1991) or DFARS 252.227- 7014 (Jun
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1995), as commercial item as defined in FAR 2.101 (a), or as Restricted computer software as defined in FAR 52.227-19 (Jun 1987) (or any equivalent agency regulation or contract clause), whichever is applicable. You have only those rights provided for such Software and Documentation by the applicable FAR or DFARS clause or the HP standard software agreement for the product involved.
Small enough to drop into your coat pocket or handbag, the HP Jornada 680/690 Handheld PC weighs just one pound and yet packs all the features you would need in your busy day away from the desk. With a brilliantly lit color screen, you can work up to 8 hours without recharging while the built-in 56kps modem allows you to stay in touch via e-mail and surf the Web. Work comfortably on the roomy keyboard and when you finally return to your desk, enjoy fast and automatic synchronization with your desktop PC. The Jornada 680/690, give you no-hassle work and personal information management plus fast access and capture of important business information. The advantages continue with Microsoft Windows CE, Handheld PC Professional Edition software and Microsoft Pocket Office preinstalled and ready to go. Together with HP's exclusive productivity software, the HP Jornada 680/690 combines the power of desktop computing into a PC companion that's compact, convenient, and ready to work when you are!
|Processor||Hitachi SH-3 133 MHz|
|RAM||16 MB - SDRAM|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||CompactFlash (type I)|
|Display Type||6.5" color CSTN|
|Display Resolution||640 x 240|
|Image||16-bit (64K colors)|
|Modem||Fax / modem|
|Max Transfer Rate||56 Kbps|
|Type||Keyboard, touch-screen, stylus|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Expansion Slot(s)||1 x PC Card - type II 1 x CompactFlash Card - type I|
|Interfaces||1 x serial - RS-232C - 9 pin D-Sub (DB-9) 1 x infrared - IrDA 1 x modem - phone line - RJ-11|
|Connectivity Device(s)||Docking cradle|
|Cables Included||1 x serial cable|
|Features||Security lock slot (cable lock sold separately)|
|Power Device||Power adapter|
|Voltage Required||AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )|
|Technology / Form Factor||Lithium ion|
|Run Time (Up To)||8 hours|
|Operating System / Software|
|OS Provided||Microsoft Windows CE Handheld PC Professional Edition|
|Software||LandWare OmniSolve 1.01, Microsoft Pocket Access, Microsoft Pocket Excel, Microsoft Pocket Outlook, Microsoft Pocket PowerPoint, Microsoft Pocket Word, Microsoft Internet Explorer for Handheld PC, HP Jornada viewer, HP Jornada show, HP Jornada settings, HP Jornada quick pad, HP Jornada power, HP Jornada macro, HP Jornada hot keys, HP Jornada dialup, HP Jornada country selector, HP Jornada backup, Inso Outside In, Westtek JetcetPrint HP Lite, TrueSync CE 2.0, Trio PhoneManager 2.0, Sierra Imaging Image Expert CE 2.0, Microsoft Windows CE Services 2.2, bFAX Pro, bFIND|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - parts and labor - 1 year - carry-in|
|Min Operating Temperature||32 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||104 °F|
|Humidity Range Operating||0 - 90%|
|Min Storage Temperature||32 °F|
|Max Storage Temperature||140 °F|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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