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Nokia 9110 Communicator 09.04.99
Quick Guide for transfering data from Nokia 9000/9000i Communicator to Nokia 9110 Communicator
If you have used a previous communicator, and wish to transfer your calendar, contacts, and notes to the Nokia 9110 Communicator please follow the instructions below. For more information: see the Special Features and PC Connectivity chapters in the Nokia 9110 User s Manual, and the User Manual for PC Suite for the Nokia 9110 Communicator s EXPORTING DATA FROM THE NOKIA 9000/i COMMUNICATOR Start the Nokia Server software supplied with your previous communicator and connect your communicator with the RS-232 Adapter cable DLR-1 1. For calendar data, use the Import/Export Calendar function in the Nokia 9000/i System application to export the calendar file to the PC. Note the name and location of the file (i.e.: calendar.txtin C:\NSERVER).
2. For contacts data, use the Import/Export contacts function in the Nokia 9000/i to export the contacts file to the PC. Note the name and location of the file (i.e.: contacts.txtin C:\NSERVER).
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3. Use the File transfer function in the Nokia 9000/i if you wish to transfer notes and downloaded files to the Nokia 9110 Communicator. Make a new directory on the PC for storing the files (i.e.: C:\Notes).
Tip : you may wish to make a set of directories for each of the different files i.e.: C:\Notes\Own texts C:\Notes\Downloaded files C:\Notes\Received faxes
Start file transfer on the Nokia 9000/i, and press "Connect to PC". Change the window to C:\, and then open the directory (i.e.: C:\Notes) on the PC for the files. Change the window back to the communicator, open a folder and copy the files to the PC.
Tip : if you have many 9000/i files to transfer, then hold the 9000/i shift key and press the cursor down key until all the files are selected (grayed). Then copy all the files with a single press of Copy to PC.
When you have all the files that you need on the PC, press disconnect on the 9000/i and exit the Nokia Server software. IMPORTING THE DATA TO THE NOKIA 9110 COMMUNICATOR Follow the instructions below to move the data from the PC to the Nokia 9110 Communicator. If you have already installed and used PC Suite for the Nokia 9110 Communicator, then skip the section Getting Started. If you use Win 3.11 or Mac, then see . Upgrading the Nokia 9110 Communicator under Windows 3.11 / Mac See . Internet Access Point, Mailbox and Other Settingsat the end for settings. Getting started with Windows 95 / 98 / NT 4.0 or later 1. Install PC Suite on your PC from the CD-ROM supplied with the Nokia 9110 Communicator, and choose a spare serial port on your PC. 2. Start PC Suite, and connect the 9110 to the spare serial port on your PC using the RS-232 Adapter cable DLR-2 supplied with the 9110. 3. PC Suite will make a connection to the 9110. Accept the pop-up window that appears when you first connect the 9110. If this does not happen then check the cable connection, and check that the serial port is correct Options, Preferences allows you to set the serial port. 4. Double-click the Import /Export icon on the left-hand side. PC Suite appears as shown in the window below :
5. The connection status is described in the lower right corner. If disconnectedappears then check the steps above. Importing calendar First select the destination by clicking the Calendar button. Then click Browse and select the directory where the calendar file was saved, click on the file, and then click Open.
PC Suite will appear as shown in the window below. Check that Calendar data is selected as follows:
Click Import and wait until the import dialogue is finished. Importing contacts First select the destination by clicking the Contacts button. Then click Browse and select the directory where the contacts file was saved, click on the file, and then click Open.

PC Suite will appear as shown in the window below. Check that Contacts is selected as follows:
Click import and wait until the import dialogue is finished.
File Transfer Double-click the File Transfer icon on the left-hand side, and select the folder you transferred your files to (i.e.: C:\Notes). PC Suite appears as shown in the window below :
Now click on the + box beside Communicators, and then click on the + box beside the Nokia 9110 (or the name that you have given your communicator on first connection) to see all the 9110 folders:
Now drag and drop your files to the relevant folders on the 9110. Afterwards you can view the 9110 folders by clicking on the name.
Upgrading the Nokia 9110 Communicator under Windows 3.11 / Mac The Nokia Communicator Server software for the Nokia 9110 Communicator is available on the CDROM and diskette supplied with the Nokia 9110 Communicator. Versions for Windows 3.11 and Mac are on the CD-ROM, and the Win 3.11 version is on the diskette. Follow these steps to upgrade: 1. export data from the 9000/9000i to the PC (see earlier) 2. install the PC software to connect your 9110 3. install the 9110 software 4. import the contacts, import calendar and file transfer data from the PC to the 9110 These steps are now described in more detail: 1. Install the Nokia Communicator Server software on your PC from the CD-ROM or Diskette (see version information above). 2. Connect the 9110 to a spare PC serial port using the RS-232 Adapter cable DLR-2 supplied. If there are no free ports, disconnect the DLR-1 and use that serial port. 3. Start the new Nokia Communicator Server, and select the PC serial port. 4. From the System application on the 9110, select Install/Remove software, and select Settings: - Connection type : cable - Path : (for CD-ROM English) D:\9110_sw\Sys_apps\UK : (for diskette English) A:\English - Destination : communicator - Close settings Now select Install, and proceed to Install each of the applications as needed Close Install/Remove software 5. From the System application you may now Import the contacts, calendar and file transfer data. Check the settings in each application - Connection type : cable - Path examples : C:\NSERVER\Calendar.txt (for calendar) : C:\NSERVER\Contacts.txt (for contacts) : C:\Notes (for file transfer) Choose Import calendar and contacts to transfer your 9000/i data to the 9110.
Internet Access Point, Mailbox and Other Settings Note : You may need to check with your Internet account provider for your Internet access password, and also your e-mail mailbox password if forgotten. For security reasons once typed into a communicator, these passwords cannot be viewed. To transfer an Internet access point From the 9000/i Internet application, Settings, Internet access, Edit the access point that you wish to transfer to the 9110. From the 9110 Internet application, Settings, Internet access, create a New Internet access point. Now manually copy across the settings. Repeat if you have extra access points. You can now access the Internet with the Nokia 9110 Communicator. To transfer a mailbox From the 9110 Internet application, select Mail, Settings, change Remote mailboxes, and create a New remote mailbox connection. From the 9000/i open the settings as follows : Internet application, Mail, Settings. Type the following on the 9110 1. Type a Remote mailbox name 2. Select Internet access (check 9000/i Internet access field) 3. Change the 9110 Sending settings, and open the 9000/i Sending settings. Manually copy across - Own E-mail address - Sending host - Check that the other settings (Send mail, Copy to own mail address, MIME encoding) are the same Finally close both the 9000/i and the 9110 Sending settings 4. Change the 9110 Receiving settings, and open the 9000/i Remote mailbox settings. Manually copy across the fields. Then close both the 9000/i and the 9110 Receiving settings. You can now check your e-mail with the Nokia 9110 Communicator. To transfer a Voice mailbox number Copy across the number from the Tel application, Settings, Other settings, Voice mailbox number To transfer an SMS message centre number On the 9110, press SMS application, Settings and change Message center settings. Change Message centres, and select New. Type a name (such as your GSM operator provider). Copy across the Message centre number from the 9000/i found in the SMS application, Settings and Message centre number fields.

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Telephone

72 Telephone
Tip: To adjust the volume of the speaker during an active call, use the Arrows key: pressing > increases the volume, pressing < decreases the volume. Figure 18 Tip: The callers name appears in the note if the telephone number is sent with the call, and if the callers number is listed in your Contacts directory. 1 When you receive a call and the communicator cover is open, a note about the incoming call appears. To answer the call, press Answer or close the device cover and answer the call via the cover phone. 2 If you do not want to take the call, press Reject. To mute the ringing tone, press Mute tone. Note: You cannot have two active calls at the same time unless you are in a conference call. A current call is automatically put on hold when you answer a new incoming call. For information about conference calls, see To make conference calls on page 74.
To call and create a voice mailbox
Voice mailboxes work just like an answering machine. You can use them to store incoming messages of missed calls. Many network operators provide a voice mailbox service with the SIM card. If your SIM voice mailbox does not have a number, you can type it yourself. Note that you are still required to contact your network operator for a phone number to use with this voice mailbox.

73 Telephone

To call your voice mailbox, in the main view of the Telephone directory, press Voice mailbox. See Figure 17. If you have more than one voice mailbox, a dialog prompts you to choose a mailbox from a list. You can also create additional voice mailboxes as follows: 1 Contact your network operator for a number to use with an additional voice mailbox. 2 Press the Menu key and select Settings > Voice mailboxes. 3 When the Voice mailboxes dialog appears, press Add. Type a name and number. Tip: Another way to call your voice mailbox is to press and hold the key on the front cover of the phone.

To record a call

You can record the conversation during a call. Once a call is in progress, press the Menu key and select Call > Record to open the Recorder application. For more information on the Recorder application, see page 231. Note: Obey all local laws governing recording of calls.

To change fields in a contact card

To add a field

You can add fields to a contact card to suit your own circumstances. For more information on specific fields, see Information on fields on page 98. 1 Open a contact card. 2 Press Add field. A list opens, showing fields you can add to the card. 3 Using the Arrows key, select a field and press Select.

To rename a field

You can rename fields to suit your contacts. For example, after adding three new Tel fields, you could rename them to Tel (Business), Tel (Private), and Tel (Car) respectively.
Notes on using the search field
Tip: If you want to delete a field on all cards based on the same template, it is simpler to delete it from the template attached to the card. See To create or modify templates on page 100.
1 Open a contact card. 2 Select the field you want to rename. 3 Press Rename field. A list of alternative names for the field opens. If you are not allowed to rename the field, the Rename field command button is dimmed.

Information on fields

Company, First name, Last name, Suffix, Title, Middle Name, Job title, Birthday - You can have only one of each of these fields. Telephone number fields - Storing a + (plus) character before the country or region code allows you to use the same phone number abroad. Enter mobile phone numbers in this field to send short messages. Country or region- Enter a country or region name. If you want the address of a contact to be displayed in the format of the country or region, use the same country or region names as listed in the option Default country or region on page 107. Note: Some extra types of field, such as Job description, may appear only if they exist in an imported contact card.
You can set a specific ringing tone for each contact card. When that contact calls you, the communicator plays the chosen ringing tone (if the telephone number is sent with the call). 1 Open the contact card. 2 Press the Menu key and select Card > Ringing tone. A dialog showing the current ringing tone of this contact is displayed. 3 Press Change. A list of default sounds is displayed. 4 Select a sound and press Select. Press Browse to search for other sound files stored in the communicator. Note: To use personal ringing tones, this feature must be active in the profile that you are using. For more information, see To create a new profile on page 79. Tip: To play a ringing tone, use the File manager application to open a ringing tone file. See To open a file on page 208. The default ringing tones are not displayed in the File manager.

To insert a picture

1 Open the contact card. 2 Press > on the Arrows key to select the picture frame on the right-hand side of the card. Press Insert picture. A dialog displaying the contents of the default folder opens. Press Browse to search for image files, if necessary. 3 Select a file and press OK. The image is opened in an image viewer. The framed area will be inserted into the contact card. Move the area with the Arrows key and enlarge or reduce the frame size with the + and - buttons. Press Insert. For more information, see Imaging on page 233. Tip: To define your default folder, go to Control panel and open the Default folder application. Tip: Alternatively, to insert a picture, press the Menu key and select Card > Insert picture.

To attach a ringing tone

100 Contacts
To create or modify templates
Tip: Templates do not apply to contact cards in the SIM card, because the layout of a SIM contact card is fixed. Templates define a set of fields which the communicator uses when creating or displaying a contact card. The default template provides a typical range of fields. You can modify the default template. You can also create custom templates with fields suitable for a particular group of people, such as those living overseas.
Figure Press the Menu key and select Tools > Card templates. A list of templates opens. 2 Either press New to create a new template, or move to an existing template in the list and press Open. A contact card template opens. 3 Edit the template. You can change the name of the template and add or remove fields. After you have created a contact card, the card and its template are linked as follows: In a template, if you add or change fields or their labels, changes affect all contact cards created from that template. If a field is deleted from the template, the field is deleted from all the cards, except where the field contains data. In a card, if you remove fields that belong to a template, the empty field will still be there the next time you open the card.
DTMF tones are the tones you hear when you press the number keys on the phone keypad. DTMF tones allow you to communicate with voice mailboxes, computerised telephony systems, etc. You can store a sequence of DTMF tones for a contact card. When you make a call to the contact, you can retrieve the sequence. It will save you from re-entering the characters. 1 Open or create a contact card. 2 Press Add field. A list opens. 3 Scroll down the list to DTMF and press Select. The DTMF field is inserted in the contact card. 4 Enter a DTMF sequence in the DTMF field. If you need a phone number-DTMF combination number for a contact, store the phone number followed by the DTMF sequence in the Tel field. You can use the following non-numeric characters: Character *# p w Function The asterisk and hash symbols may be used if the DTMF service requires them Inserts a pause of approx. 2 seconds before, or between, DTMF characters If you use this character, the remaining sequence is not sent until you press Send tone again during the call.

To store DTMF tones

102 Contacts

To create contact groups

You can create contact groups to save time by sending e-mails and short messages to all members of the contact group in one action. 1 With the Contacts directory main view displayed, press the Menu key and select File > New group. A blank group contact card opens. 2 Enter a name for your group. 3 To add contacts to the group, press Add member. A list of contact cards and groups opens. 4 Select a contact and press Add. Note that you can add another contact group to a group. 5 To attach a picture for the group, press > on the Arrows key to move to the picture frame. Alternatively, press the Menu key and select Group > Insert picture. A dialog displaying the contents of the default folder opens. Select a file and press OK, or press Browse to search for a picture file. 6 To save the group contact card, press Done. An example of a contact group with members is shown in Figure 33.

To edit an entry

1 Select the entry in the view. 2 Press Enter. A details dialog for the entry opens. Edit the details on the various pages. You can now, for example, reset the alarm or redefine how the entry is repeated in the calendar. See To define information in a calendar entry on page 112.

To change an entry type

Example: You might have entered an event, but you now want to change it to an appointment. 1 Select the entry in the view. 2 Press the Menu key and select Entry > Change entry type. 3 Choose a new entry type from the list.
You should tidy up your calendar from time to time by deleting entries, since calendar entries accumulate over time and consume memory. Note: You can also back up your calendar data to a compatible PC. See the PC Suite Guide on the sales package CD-ROM for details.

To delete a single entry

There are two ways to delete a single entry: Select the entry in the view, then press the backspace key. A note is displayed asking you to confirm the deletion. Select the entry in the view, press the Menu key, and then select File >Delete entry. To confirm the deletion, press OK.
Tip: The shortcut to delete a single entry is to select it and press Ctrl + D.
To delete a range of entries using defined criteria
1 Press the Menu key and select Tools > Move/Delete. A dialog box is displayed with a suggested range of entries to be deleted. 2 Press OK to delete all the entries defined in the dialog box at step 1, or press Options to define further criteria (including whether you want to move or to delete. A dialog with two pages opens. Define the following and press Done to return to the previous dialog. Tip: You can move entries to another file and then to a PC to free up memory.
The consequences of removing the entries. The options are Delete/Move to a file. Entries: The types of entries which will be removed. The options are All/Crossed out. Action:

To delete entries

Tip: To change the default entry type of a particular view, press the Menu key and select View > View settings. See Default entry type in View settings on page 129.
Time period: The time scope of the removal. The options are Whole calendar/Until today/From today/Other. Start: The start date of the entries to be removed. End: The end date of the entries to be removed.

Entry types page

Choose from the following options: Appointments/Events/Anniversaries/Tasks.
To view, create, and delete attachments
1 Open a calendar entry by pressing Enter. The entry details dialog with four pages opens. 2 Press Attachments. A selection list of attachments linked to the calendar entry opens. 3 To view a selected attachment, press Open. To create a new attachment, press New. To delete an attachment, press Delete. 4 If you want to add a new attachment, select the type of attachment and press Insert new to create the new attachment or Insert existing to browse for an existing attachment.

Tip: To delete the cookies, press the Menu key and select Tools > Delete cookies. Tip: To empty the cache immediately, press the Menu key and select Tools > Clear cache.
Cache, History, and Plugins view
These views display a list of information on cache memory, browser history and installed plugins. To view information about the cache memory used for temporary storage of the pages you visit, press the Menu key and select Information > Cache.

Advanced page

150 Internet
To view information about the sites you have visited, press the Menu key and select Information > History list. To view what add-on software for the WWW browser has been installed, press the Menu key and select Information > Plug-ins. Plug-ins can display documents that the WWW browser itself cannot show, such as multimedia clips. You can download plug-ins from the WWW.

Bookmarks

The Bookmarks view can be accessed by pressing Bookmarks in the main view of the WWW application. See Figure 61. The Bookmarks view lists links to WWW pages in related folders. You can organise, edit, and view these bookmarks. You can also search for them and then connect to the URL addresses directly. See Figure 63.

Figure 63

To open and close folders, press Open folder and Close folder. To edit the name or address of a bookmark, press Edit. To add a new bookmark, press New bookmark. To return to the main view, press Close view.
To add a new bookmark while browsing the WWW
You can add a Web page, or a frame or link on a Web page, as a bookmark to your Bookmarks list. 1 On an open Web page, press the Menu key and select Tools > Add bookmark. 2 Edit the name and address of the bookmark, if necessary. 3 Press OK.
To export the Bookmarks list
In the Bookmarks view, press the Menu key and select Bookmarks > Export as HTML. to export the current Bookmarks list as a HTML document. Note: When you export bookmarks as HTML, the folder structure is lost.
The WAP application can be used to access Internet services which are based on the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP). These services can contain news, weather reports, flight times, dictionaries, and so on.
To retrieve the currently highlighted Web page, press Go to.

Tip: To create and rename folders, press the Menu key and select Bookmarks > Insert new folder or Rename folder.

152 Internet

Note: The content of each service depends on the content provider of that service. To use such a service, follow the instructions provided by the content provider.
To obtain access to WAP services
you must be within the coverage of a network which supports data calls, a data service must be activated for your SIM card, you must have obtained a WAP access point from a WAP service provider, and you must have entered the proper WAP settings.
Differences between the WWW and WAP services applications
The WAP application is similar to the WWW application, but there are two differences: To access WAP services you need to define WAP access points in your communicator. WAP access points are additional to the Internet settings. You can receive WAP access points directly via a short message from your WAP service provider, or define them manually. This chapter contains instructions for manual setup. Certain bookmarks can be accessed through a specific access point, for example, banking services may have to be accessed through the banks own access point. The easiest way to use these kinds of services is to define an altogether new bookmark which uses the correct WAP and Internet access point.
Note: Before you can use the WAP services, you need to configure your WAP settings. Your WAP service provider will provide you with the exact values for the WAP settings. Follow the instructions carefully. You can use this information to define and edit the settings manually. Furthermore, your service provider may be able to send some, or all, of the required settings to you via a special short message, an Over The Air (OTA) message. After you have received the settings, you can start using the WAP application or edit the settings as described below.
To define and edit WAP connections
1 Press the Menu key and select Tools > WAP access. A dialog opens. 2 Press New to create a new connection, and Edit to edit an existing connection. A dialog opens. See Figure 64.

Figure Press Close when you are ready. Name: Name of the connection. All your connections should have different names. You can define each name freely. Tip: The shortcut to define and edit WAP access points is Ctrl + Shift + X.
To set up WAP connections
Secure connection: Whether the security protocol TLS is used for the connection. The options are Yes/No. Follow the instructions given to you by your WAP service provider. See also Glossary term Transport Layer Security on page 276. Note: Some secure connections use authentication procedures. If authentication fails, you may need to download some certification keys. Contact your WAP service provider for details. Internet access: Choose from a selection list the IAP you wish to use for this connection. If you have no IAPs, you create a new one by pressing New Internet access. See page 133. Gateway IP address: The IP address that the required WAP gateway uses.
To change WAP access points
1 To change WAP access points, press the Menu key and select Tools > WAP access. A dialog opens. 2 Press Change to change the connection. A list opens. 3 Choose the connection from the list and press OK.
The Bookmarks view is the main view of the WAP application. You can organise, edit, and view these bookmarks in the same way as WWW bookmarks, see page 150. Tip: The shortcut to add a bookmark is Ctrl + B. To add a bookmark, press the Menu key, then select Bookmarks > Add bookmark. A dialog opens. See Figure 65.

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Figure 65 Note: A bookmark always uses the same connection defined in the WAP access field. To set up a WAP access point, see page 153. To open a WAP page defined in a bookmark, select the bookmark, then press Go to. To edit bookmark settings, select the bookmark, then press Edit. To import or export bookmarks, press the Menu key, then select Bookmarks > Import bookmarks or Export bookmarks, respectively.

To navigate WAP services

There are three ways to open a WAP page, either: Choose a WAP bookmark from the list of bookmarks and press Go to. The page is retrieved; or Go to the WAP application home page. Press the Menu key, then select Go to > Home page. For more information on defining the WAP home page, see WAP settings on page 156; or Open a URL; press the Menu key, then select File > Open page. A dialog opens. Enter the address of the URL, for example: mobile.club.nokia.com.

Tip: The shortcut to go to the home page is Ctrl + H. Tip: The shortcut to open a URL is Ctrl + O.

156 Internet

Once the WAP page is opened, use the and arrows on the Arrows key to scroll the view and to choose hyperlinks and hotspots. Note: Some servers have access restrictions that require a valid user name and password. In this case, you will be asked to type in the user name and password before a connection to the service can be established.

WAP settings

To define WAP service settings, press the Menu key and select Tools > Settings. A dialog with two pages opens.
Figure 66 Here you can change settings such as your WAP home page. NOTE: You can use a file on the communicator as your home page.
The Java in the Nokia 9210i Communicator is a Personal Java application environment designed especially for the communicator. Java enables you to use Java applications downloaded from the Internet.

157 Internet

Java Software Development Kit (SDK) is available in Forum Nokia.

159 Messaging

Tip: To set Internet settings, see page 132. To set Mail settings, see page 172.

9. Messaging

Messaging contains the following applications: Fax, Mail and SMS (Short Message Service). To start Messaging, press the Messaging application button on the communicator keyboard. The overall requirements for using fax, mail and SMS, applications are as follows: The phone must be turned on. The network you are using must support fax calls, data calls, and the Short Message Service. The fax, data and Short Message Service must be activated for your SIM card. You must have obtained an Internet Access Point (IAP) from an Internet service provider. You must have entered the proper Internet and Mail settings The short message centre number must be stored in the settings of the SMS application. Contact your home service provider for details. When you connect your communicator to a PC, you can synchronise your e-mails with Microsoft Windows programs. You can also reply to and read remotely Microsoft Windows and Lotus e-mail. For information on synchronisation, see Mail synchronisation with your PC on page 184 and the PC Suite Guide.

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Messaging centre
Figure 67 Tip: You can move between the two frames with the Arrows or Tab key. The main view of Messaging has two frames: on the left is a list of the folders in the Messaging centre, and on the right are the messages connected to the currently selected folder. Folders in the Messaging main view are: Inbox - Received faxes and short messages. Received mail appears in the Remote mailbox folder. Outbox - Messages which are waiting to be sent from the communicator. Drafts - Saved message drafts. Sent - Messages which have been sent from the communicator. Any remote mailboxes that you set up appear at the bottom of the folder list.

Figure Type the city in the search field or scroll the list and press Select when ready. 4 Press OK to accept the change of time zone or Cancel to dismiss it.

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Note: For more detailed information about Clock, see the Nokia 9210i Communicator help.

Calculator

There are two modes in Calculator: desk calculator for simple arithmetic operations and scientific calculator for more complicated mathematical calculations. There are two ways to perform calculations, either by typing the characters in the input field or selecting symbols from the function map. A calculation is executed by pressing Enter or =. The calculation and its result can be seen on the output sheet on the left. You cannot write in the output sheet, but selection is possible.
Figure 90 To move between the input field, output sheet, and function map, press the Tab key. The input field is never empty in the desktop calculator: it contains either the result of the previous calculation or a zero (0) if you have pressed backspace.

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Note: For more detailed information about Calculator, see the Nokia 9210i Communicator help.

Control panel

In the Control panel you can view or modify the following: Security, Data call barring, Data call barring, Profiles, Data call barring, Certificate manager, Date and time, Install/Remove software, Internet access, Backup/Restore, About product, Memory, Regional settings, and Default folder Modifying these features affects the operation of your communicator across all the applications.
Figure 91 To open a program for editing, select it with the Arrows key and press Select.

Security

Here you can define the phone security level of your communicator.
IMPORTANT: The default lock code is 12345. For security reasons, it is imperative that you change the lock code. Keep the code secret and in a safe place, separate from the communicator. Note that no passcode system can guarantee absolute prevention of unauthorised access. The codes are shown as asterisks. If you are changing a code, you will be prompted for the current code and then the new code twice. PIN code request: If you set the PIN code request On, the communicator requests that you enter the code every time you turn on the phone. If you enter the PIN code incorrectly three times in succession, you will need a PUK code to unblock the SIM card. When the SIM card is blocked, you cannot send or receive any documents or calls except calls to preprogrammed emergency numbers. Otherwise, the communicator can be used normally. You need the PIN code to change this setting. Note: This setting cannot be changed, if the phone is switched off or if there is no valid SIM card inserted. Note: Some SIM cards do not allow you to turn the PIN code request off. Autolock period: Determines the security time-out period, after which the communicator will lock. The options are None/2 minutes/5 minutes/10 minutes. The last option allows you to define the number of minutes yourself. When the communicator is locked, you can make emergency calls to predefined numbers using the cover phone. You can also answer incoming calls and make emergency calls using the Telephone application. All other actions are blocked. The timer is reset by any input, data transfer, printing, and so on. You need the lock code to change this setting.

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Check that the flight mode is not active. For more information see Flight profile on page 91. Restart the communicator by removing the battery, waiting thirty seconds, and replacing it again. Try charging the communicator. If you see the battery level indicator on the phone but the phone does not work, contact your local Nokia dealer. Check the signal strength indicator: you might be outside the network service area. Make sure that the telephone service is activated for your SIM card. Check if there is an error message on the display after switching on. If so, contact your local dealer. Check that the SIM card is correctly installed, see the Getting Started Guide. 4. Communicator interface is not activated or applications stop responding Close the cover and open it again. If this does not help, close the cover and remove the battery. Replace the battery and open the cover again. Wait while the communicator performs a self-test and starts. Try charging the communicator. If the device does not respond even after several restarts (disconnect the charger, take battery out, wait for 30 seconds, and replace the battery), remove all temporary files as follows: 1 Disconnect the charger and remove the battery to restart the communicator. 2 Insert the battery and open the cover. 3 When you see the Nokia 9210i Communicator Welcome screen, immediately press and hold down the Ctrl+Shift+I keys. The I key should be pressed last.

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Tip: If you have to give away your Communicator, it is a good idea to format the device and restore the factory-installed software from the CD-ROM. This way the next user will be able to start with a fresh device. 4 Temporary files are deleted. This empties the cache, removes cookies, resets plugin registrations and resets the settings you have made in some of the applications including all Internet and profile settings, Desk shortcuts and display settings. All other applications and files stay intact. If the procedures described above do not help, as a last resort before contacting your local dealer you can try formatting the internal memory of the communicator. Note that formatting the memory removes all items except the standard applications that have been factory pre-installed in ROM memory! If you have made a full backup of the contents of your communicator with PC Suite, you can use PC Suite to format the memory before restoring the backed-up files to your communicator. For more information, see PC Suite Guide on the sales package CD-ROM. If you have made a backup to a memory card, see To back up and restore data to and from a memory card on page 211. When you format the internal memory, all the settings, documents and other data in the internal memory that you have created or modified will be permanently destroyed. To format the internal memory, proceed as follows: 1 Disconnect the charger and remove the battery to restart the communicator. 2 Insert the battery and open the cover. 3 When you see the Nokia 9210i Communicator Welcome screen, immediately press and hold down the Ctrl+Shift+F keys. The F key should be pressed last. 4 Formatting starts. It takes at least two minutes to complete. 5 With Windows Explorer, locate the All_Nokia_9210_data.sis installation package in the Preinstalled in device folder of the sales package CD-ROM and install it.

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remote mailbox service, or the Internet servers between the communicator and the remote mailbox. Try again after a couple of minutes, and then contact your Internet Service Provider. Mail sending: You have not subscribed to a remote mailbox service, or the mail server delivering your mail does not comply with the SMTP protocol. If you are using secure connections, your remote mailbox service also has to support secure connections. There may also be a transient problem with the remote mailbox service, or the Internet servers between the communicator and the remote mailbox. Try again after a couple of minutes, and then contact your Internet Service Provider. If you are using the Upon request sending option, mail must be sent in the Document outbox, see Outbox on page 163. If you receive service provider error messages when connecting to your remote mailbox, contact your remote mailbox service provider. Your remote mailbox may contain corrupted mail messages or the mail server settings may be incorrect. If you have problems sending mail with attachments, select Cancel sending and try again. If this does not help, try the key combination Shift-Tab-right arrow. Some mail attachments can take up a significant amount of memory and therefore freeing some memory by deleting something from your communicator memory might also help. Short message sending: You have not subscribed to the Short Message Service or the message centre number is missing or incorrect. Contact your service provider. The reason for failure may also depend on the network: the network does not support SMS, fax, or data/mail; the network is out of order or busy; the signal strength is not adequate for sending.

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10. Phone display shows Message too long when I try to open a received short message. The received message is over 1377 characters long. Use the Messaging application to read it. 11. Cannot establish an Internet connection If you are trying to connect to the Internet (in order to use WWW or to receive or send mail), but the operation does not succeed, you can use the following checklist to find out where the problem might be located: 1 Is the data call active when you are trying to connect? Look at the data call indicator on the phone side. If the data call is dropped after a few seconds after starting to connect, check the phone number in the Internet Access settings. See page 132 for details. If the phone number is correct, the reason may be in poor network conditions, or a congested GSM network. Also check the Data call settings in the Internet Access settings (connection type, data call type, and maximum connection speed). See page 136 for details. Contact your network service provider if you have problems with data call establishment, and your Internet Service Provider to find out the correct remote modem type. If you are roaming outside your home network, you might want to try the basic GSM data call settings described in a tip on page 137. 2 If the data call is active, but you cannot receive or send mail, try to use the WWW browser to connect to your Internet Service Providers WWW pages. If that works, the problem is most likely in the mail settings or the remote mailbox service. For more information, see Mail sending troubleshooting on page 249 and Mail settings on page 172.

Hearing aids Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may want to consult your service provider.
including communicators, may interfere with the functionality of inadequately protected medical devices. Consult a physician or the manufacturer of the medical device to determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF energy or if you have any questions. Switch off the phone of your communicator in health care facilities when any regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.
Vehicles RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded
electronic systems in motor vehicles (e.g. electronic fuel injection systems, electronic anti-skid (anti-lock) braking systems, electronic speed control systems, air bag systems). Check with the manufacturer or its representative regarding your vehicle. You should also consult the manufacturer of any equipment that has been added to your vehicle.
Posted facilities Switch off the phone of your communicator in any facility
where posted notices so require.
Potentially explosive atmospheres
Switch off the phone of your communicator when in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions. Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death. Users are advised to switch off the phone when at a refuelling point (service station). Users are reminded of the need to observe restrictions on the use of radio equipment in fuel depots (fuel storage and distribution areas), chemical plants or where blasting operations are in progress.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Other medical devices Operation of any radio transmitting equipment,
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Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often but not always clearly marked. They include below deck on boats; chemical transfer or storage facilities; vehicles using liquified petroleum gas (such as propane or butane); areas where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust or metal powders; and any other area where you would normally be advised to turn off your vehicle engine.

Vehicles

Only qualified personnel should service the communicator, or install the communicator in a vehicle. Faulty installation or service may be dangerous and may invalidate any warranty which may apply to the unit. Check regularly that all wireless phone equipment in your vehicle is mounted and operating properly. Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases or explosive materials in the same compartment as the communicator, its parts or accessories. For vehicles equipped with an air bag, remember that an air bag inflates with great force. Do not place objects, including both installed or portable wireless equipment in the area over the air bag or in the air bag deployment area. If invehicle wireless equipment is improperly installed and the air bag inflates, serious injury could result. Using the phone of your communicator while in the air is prohibited. Switch off the phone of your communicator before boarding an aircraft. The use of wireless telephones in an aircraft may be dangerous to the operation of the aircraft, disrupt the wireless telephone network and may be illegal.

Data Transferring 36 Data call barring 221 Date format 231 Desk Adding links 66 Changing background image 66 Main view 65 Writing notes 66 Desk, application 65 Dialogs 13 Digital certificates 224 Disappeared applications 245 Display Elements 11 Indicators 13, 41 Settings 222 Troubleshooting 245 Documents Creating 192 Inserting objects 194 Outline 195 Pagination 195 Sending 30 Templates 194 Text markers 195
Text style 192 DTMF tones Sending 44, 77 Storing in a contact card 101
Emergency calls 91 Enter key 20 Escape key 18
Fax Access requirements 159 Polling 170 Receiving and reading 162, 169, 170 Sending 163, 164, 168 Settings 171 Troubleshooting 249 Writing 164, 168 Fax modem 239 Activating 243 Disabling 243 Settings 241 Troubleshooting 254 Fetching Faxes 170 Mail 179 File manager
Creating folders 209 Files view 207 Folder view 207 Moving files and folders 209 Overview 206 Renaming files and folders 210 Searching files and folders 210 Viewing folders 207 Viewing properties 210 Files.sis files 227 Saving 29 Fixed dialling 89 Flight profile 91 Folders Default saving folder 231 Frames changing size 147 opening as a new page 147 Viewing 3, 48 Home city 216
Image albums Creating 234 Viewing 234 Images Albums 233 Creating new 235 Moving 234 Receiving via infrared 236 Resizing 235 Imaging 233 Inbox 162 Indicators on display 13 Infrared Activating 62 Settings 35 Troubleshooting 252 International calls 43 Internet Access requirements 131 Callback settings 137 Connection scripts 139 Creating or modifying connections 133 Data call settings 136 Establishing a connection 141
General features 26 Glossary 269
Help Key 19 Troubleshooting 245
Internet access point 132 PPP compression 138 Proxy settings 135 Setting up connections 132 Settings 134 Troubleshooting 251, 256 Invalid SIM card 248
Mail Access requirements 159, 172 Adding attachments 182 Advanced settings 175 Attachments 182 Deleting 179, 181 Editing accounts 176 General settings 173 Reading 162, 180 Receiving (fetching) 179 Replying to 181 Sending 163, 164, 176, 178 Server settings 174 Settings 172 Signature 175 Synchronisation 184 Troubleshooting 249 Viewing and saving attachments 182 Writing 164, 176 Measurement unit 231 Memory Card 24 Details 230 Troubleshooting 255, 256 Memory card Backups 211

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