Orange SPV C600
ClearTouch Crystal's numerous features enhance your Orange SPV C600's display and provides you with more than protection from scratches!
Brand: BoxWave Corporation
Part Number: bw-15-885-0
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Orange SPV C600
WinMo 6.1 on Orange SPV C600 / Tornado
User reviews and opinions
|XRumer951||12:42am on Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010|
|As each generation passes this small smartphone with big functionality just improves in all the right direction But the biggest gripe aimed at Orange:... If you prefer a one-handed device over a fiddly two-handed Pocket PC then this is the phone for you.|
|sabalaskey||4:29pm on Tuesday, September 14th, 2010|
|Most functional and small smartphone available This is the smallest most functional smartphone you can get. Few can claim to have Wi-Fi.|
|arthurk||1:26am on Saturday, June 26th, 2010|
|Customer service was helpful (had questions about the club-imate site registration) Do not believe i-mate suite works on this phone (need an upgrade)|
|rostrow||2:19am on Sunday, May 9th, 2010|
|Its really good while usig this mobile... its small and has built-in WiFi that weighs just 110 grams...., that runs Windows Mobile 5.0 !!!|
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with your SPV C600
Congratulations on your new Orange Signature Phone. Orange mobile phones are specially configured for immediate use. All the most useful services are easily accessible with the simple press of a button. This guide will get you up and running with your SPV C600 in no time. Orange has designed your Signature Phone so that you can enjoy easy access to services and applications you will find most useful. To learn more about specific features, please refer to the full user guide on the CD, or download it at orange.ch under Mobile phones.
the futures bright, the futures Orange
inserting your SIM card. 5 your Home screen.. 6 Orange Box.. 9 Orange World.. 12 setting up your email account. 13 sending your first email. 16 synchronise your phone. 17 Bluetooth.. 20 contacting Orange.. 22 To insert your SIM card:
inserting your SIM card
1 Remove the SIM card from its plastic surround by carefully pushing it out. Its contacts are easily damaged so take care when doing this and try to avoid touching them. 2 Remove the battery cover and battery and insert your SIM card so that the cut-off corner fits into the surround. 3 Slide the SIM card up and into place.
For more information about Orange products and services call Customer Care free on 700 or visit us at orange.ch. For technical questions, call our hotline on 000 (CHF 3.50/min.). 4
your Home screen
We have added the Home screen to your mobile phone so that you can move straight to the features you use the most as well as see at a glance any missed calls or new messages.
all the options
Each time you select one of the icons in the left of your screen, youre presented with a list of options that give you even more choice. So, for example, when you want to browse Orange World, you can choose to go direct to the selected Orange World area.
Contacts Phone Messaging Calendar Expert Home screen Orange World
get an overview
Another great feature of the Home screen is that you can see at a single glance whether youve missed any calls, received any SMS or have any live appointments. To get more details, all you need to do is scroll to the relevant icon and click on it.
The Home screen lets you launch key features of your mobile phone and great services from Orange in as little as two key presses. Whether you want to send an SMS, take a photo or start exploring Orange World, you can now do it faster than ever.
come back soon
Whenever you finish using a feature on your mobile phone, youll be returned to the Home screen. It will soon become a familiar starting point for exploring the great services that Orange has to offer.
Orange business customers
If youre a business customer weve created the Expert Home page to make your phone even more useful. The Expert Home screen gives you the option to choose your favourite applications and create a shortcut to them from the Home screen. You can deactivate the Expert mode Home screen by choosing Options from the Expert icon menu on the Home page. Unchecking the box will activate your regular Home screen and the Expert icon will be replaced by the Camera icon.
Your Orange Box is already active. Just dial your number as follows: +078 xxx xx xx, for example, if your mobile phone number is you would dial +45 67. The first time you use your Orange Box you will be prompted to: a) create a new password, b) record your own personalised greeting message and c) record your voice signature (see details below). Listen to played messages (from main menu) Print fax to any fax machine* (only Orange Box Prof. & voice email) Rewind 8 seconds Replay message from beginning Repeat previous message Delete message Save message Record & send a voice message* (only with Orange Box Prof., from main menu) Advance by 8 seconds Go to next message Skip the greeting or introduction message Automatically call back the person who left the message
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Help Direct to Customer Care
Password access (when calling from another phone or abroad)
* Orange Box advanced features available with Orange Box Professional and/or voice email. For more details on Orange Box and its advanced features check our website orange.ch. 8 9
listen to messages on Orange Box
To listen, just dial (086 0xx xxx xx xx). Or, depending on your mobile phone model, use the quick access by pressing.
personalise your welcome message
To personalise your greeting: 1 Access Main menu. 2 Select Personal options, press. 3 Access Greetings, press. Select To change your pers. greeting, press
protect your Orange Box with a password
To create your password: Access Main menu. Select Personal options, press. Select Password, press. Enter your new password (4 digits), then press
use voice signature if you prefer to insert your name to a pre-recorded greeting *
To record/change your voice signature:. Access Main menu. Select Personal options, press. Access Greetings, press. Select To change your voice signature, press
To access messages from another phone, or sometimes while abroad (+0xx xxx xx xx), press as soon as you hear the greeting, then enter your password and press (*password#).
Use Orange World to stay informed, in touch and in control wherever your day takes you. We understand that you need to stay ahead of the game even when youre away from your office, and Orange World is full of useful applications and features that perfectly compliment your SPV to make sure you know whats going on. You can easily personalise your homepage for fast access to the pages you need, whether youre looking for information, to get organised or simply to have fun. Why not explore Orange World now and try out a download? Simply use the in the Home screen to open Microsoft Pocket Internet Explorer and follow the links from there.
setting up your email account
Stay on top of your email inbox even when youre away from you computer. If your personal or corporate email account is POP3- or IMAP4-enabled you can use your mobile phone to manage your emails.* You will need to ask your IT department or provider for the correct settings and then you can create a new account on your mobile phone. Before you can send emails, you must set up your data connection, then insert your email account details. To set up your email account: 1 Press Start from the Home screen. Scroll to Messaging. Choose Outlook E-Mail. 2 Press Menu and scroll to Options. Select Account Options then press Menu and select New to define a new account. 3 You will enter the email setup process. Enter your name and email address. 4 Check the Automatic Setup box and press Next. Autoconfiguration will begin. This means your SPV C600 connects to your email server to automatically download the settings you need. If successful, you can begin sending and receiving emails immediately.
* POP3 and IMAP4 are standard communication technologies that enable users, for example, to download emails onto their mobile phone. 13
5 If autoconfiguration is unsuccessful, you will need to manually enter the information. You may need to contact your IT department for some of the settings. 6 Enter your user name and password for your email account. Press Next. 7 Scroll left or right to choose your server type. 8 Enter a name for this email account then choose a type of network for the account. 9 Enter the details for your incoming and outgoing mail and press Next. 10 Choose your email download preferences. Press Finish, and this account will be ready to use.
POP3 settings for my Orangemail
Option Setting Protocol POP3 Incoming server pop.orangemail.ch Incoming port 110 Mailbox Your Orangemail user name Password Your Orangemail password Outgoing server smtp.orangemail.ch Outgoing port 25 Email address Your Orangemail address From name Your name The remaining settings are optional Signature Add your business card to your emails Copy outgoing Copy emails sent from your mobile phone to another email address for future reference Check interval Choose how often your mobile phone checks for messages
All Orange customers can benefit from a free email account on the Orangemail service. To activate your account, go to orange.ch. Orangemail settings are pre-configured in your SPV C600. Only your personal data (user name, password, email address) must be completed. For your reference, please go to the settings table on the following page.
sending your first email
Once you have set up your email accounts, sending email couldnt be simpler. To send your rst email: 1 Press Start from the Home screen. Scroll to Messaging. 2 Choose the email account you wish to use. Press New. 3 Fill in the To and Cc or Bcc fields. You can enter contacts manually or press the action key to use your address book. 4 Enter a subject for your email and then write the full message. 5 You can add attachments by pressing Menu. 6 Press Send to send your message. To manually check for new email, select the email account you wish to check. Press Menu and select Send/Receive. why connect?
synchronise your phone
Your SPV C600 has several methods of connecting to different devices, allowing you to access your company Intranet, connect to the Internet, synchronise information using ActiveSync and send and receive data without wires using Bluetooth. By synchronising your SPV C600 and your PC, you can make sure that all of your important information, like emails and contacts, are kept up to date. You can also use synchronisation to add new programs and exchange files between your computer and your SPV C600. First, you will need to install Outlook 2002 (if you dont have this already) and the new version of Microsoft ActiveSync 4.0 from the Companion CD that came with your SPV C600, as earlier versions will not work with your SPV C600.
Do not attach your phone to your PC yet: 1 Insert the SPV C600 Companion CD into the CD-ROM drive of your desktop computer. Dont attach your SPV C600 to your PC yet. The CD will autostart. Simply follow the onscreen instructions for installing Microsoft Outlook 2002 and Microsoft ActiveSync 4.0. 2 Restart your computer, then connect your SPV C600 using the USB connection cable. ActiveSync will autostart when it detects your phone, and the connection wizard will open. Work through each screen of the wizard, completing information as necessary. 3 At this stage you can decide whether you wish to create an exclusive standard partnership with the PC you are working on, or only a temporary guest partnership (for example, if you are using a borrowed laptop or a friends computer). When you have finished, your PC and SPV C600 will synchronise. Note: If your company or wireless service provider support synchronising directly with its Exchange Server you can set up your device to sync with it. In case firewalls do not block the traffic, synchronisation with Exchange Server can be done over-the-air (GPRS).
To exchange les between your phone and a PC: 1 Connect your SPV C600 to the PC. 2 On your PC click on My Computer and go to Mobile Device to explore and manage the file on your phone. 3 You can now manage and exchange any file between your SPV C600 and your computer by simply dragging and dropping the file in the desired location. To browse your phone: 1 Click Start and scroll to and select File Manager 2 Click on My Document then choose the folder where you have saved the file.
Bluetooth is a new radio technology that enables you to make wireless connections between your phone and other electronic devices. This allows for the easy exchange of both information and files and enables you to use your phone as a modem for your laptop. You may already have a Bluetooth headset, you may be considering buying one, or you may have Bluetooth on your laptop or PDA. For any of the devices, before you can begin transferring information you must pair them. It only takes a few seconds to do. To pair two Bluetooth devices: 1 Ensure both devices are within 10 metres of each other and both have Bluetooth active. 2 Press Start and select Comm Manager then press 2. Select Settings then choose 1. 3 Click on Menu then press 1. Select Menu again, and choose New.
4 Your SPV C600 will search for other devices. After a few seconds you will see a list of devices found. 5 Select the name of the device you want to connect with, then press Next. Enter the passkey if required or click on Next.
If you have a query about your mobile phone or any Orange service, contact Customer Care free on 700. Customer Care is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. If you are a business customer, contact the Business Care Team free on 600. Our Business Care Team is available from Monday to Friday from 08:00 to 18:30 and on Saturday from 08:00 to 17:00.
Visit the Orange website to find out more about Orange products and services.
all Orange customers
Emergency Service 117 (Police) 118 (Fire) 144 (Rescue)
The information contained in this getting get started is correct at the time of going to press, but Orange Communications SA reserves the right to make subsequent changes to it. Offers and services may be modified, supplemented or withdrawn at any time without prior notice. September 2005.
Orange and any other Orange product or service names referred to in this user guide are trademarks of Orange Personal Communications Services Limited (UK). Orange Communications SA World Trade Center Av. de Gratta-Paille 2 Case postale 455 CH-1000 Lausanne 30 Grey Customer Care: 700 orange.ch
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For further information about Orange products and services please visit orange.ch.
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