• Internet Browsing With Pocket Internet Explorer
  • MSN Messenger
  • Windows Media Player
  • Other Features Voice Notes
  • Configuring Windows Mobile-Based Smartphone for GSM/GPRS Networks
  • Configuring Windows Mobile software for dial-up access to a corporate network connection
  • C onfiguring Windows Mobile software for a VPN connection into a corporate network connection
  • Configuring Windows Mobile software for a proxy server
  • ActiveSync: Configuring Windows Mobile software for server synchronization
  • Configuring POP3/IMAP4 e-mail
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    Calendar


    Windows Mobile software’s Calendar feature is a condensed version of the Outlook Calendar. Calendar has several view modes (today, agenda view, week or month) that allow users to review their schedules, add new appointments and drill down to Calendar details easily.
    Appointment data may come from Internet calendars or Outlook, or be beamed from another device or downloaded from a Web site. E-mail meeting requests are supported as well. From the Inbox, users can respond with Accept, Tentative or Deny, and the meeting will be recorded automatically into the Calendar, just as it is in Outlook on the desktop.





    1. From the home screen, go to Start > Calendar. Scheduled appointments for today (if any) are listed on this screen.

    2. Add an appointment. Select Week with the left soft key.

    3. Select Menu > New.

    4. Enter “dentist” as the subject, using the number keys. Set the time as 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. today, and adjust the other fields as you like. Press Done.

    5. At either the week or month calendar view, highlight the appointment time or day, and press the Action key to see the appointments for that time block. Click the Action key again to drill down on a specific appointment, or edit the appointment by selecting the left soft key or by selecting Menu with the right soft key and then Edit.

    6. Press the Home key. Note that today’s 4 p.m. dentist appointment appears on the home screen.

    Internet Browsing With Pocket Internet Explorer



    Multimode browsing: Windows Mobile software offers the same browser software as Pocket PC, which means it supports One Column Browsing, HTML 3.2, cHTML, MSXML, JScript®, WAP 1.2.1 and WTLS (wireless transport layer security).
    As more and more phones move into the feature-phone realm, offering rudimentary browsing capabilities, Microsoft sets a high standard by offering the same robust browser as Pocket PC, optimized for Windows Mobile software for Smartphones.

    In addition, the browser is flexible: Favorites and options can be reset according to the user’s preferences, and users can access any URL or get a list of their recent online history. Furthermore, Smart Look-Up speeds the entry of URLs (Note: Windows Mobile software Favorites also can be added via the desktop). As with Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition software for Pocket PCs, Pocket Internet Explorer for Smartphones also supports One Column Browsing, which intelligently formats Web pages users visit into single-column pages, reducing the amount of scrolling needed to view content.





    1. GPRS = Internet: General packet radio service (GPRS) is technology that enables any GSM network to be fully Internet-capable. GPRS supports standard data protocols such as IP and X.25. The icon indicates that phone is within GPRS coverage, and indicates the signal strength.
      F
      New Feature

      Pocket Internet Explorer supports One Column Browsing, XHTML, IPv6, Cascading Style Sheets, JavaScript 5.5, Windows Markup Language 2.0, and WTLS and animated images.


      rom the home screen, select Start > Internet Explorer. The Favorites page is essentially the starting point for Internet browsing, enabling quick access to the user’s most frequently used Web sites.

    2. Select one of the Favorites links, and select Go to get online.

    3. Return to Favorites, and select Menu > Address Bar.

    4. At the Address Bar screen, press and hold the Back button to clear any text in the URL box, and type in “msn.” Windows Mobile software will offer any choices from your call history or Favorites that match “msn,” and it will build a URL by adding the standard Web prefix and suffix.

    5. Scroll down to http://www.msn.com/ and select Go.




    1. Try some other URLs. A few sites with content optimized for Windows Mobile software include these:

    http://www.devicesrus.net/spportal/

    http://pda.ananova.com/

    http://www.handango.com/

    * Note: The MSN screen above shows how easy browsing can be with the One Column Browsing setting enabled. To switch to a standard view, select Menu, then Layout and choose either Default or Desktop.


    MSN Messenger



    Features for easy instant messaging: Windows Mobile software for Smartphone’s MSN Messenger supports automatic logon when a connection is available, as well as a menu of common phrases, called My Text, which can be a real time saver. Windows Mobile software also supports multiperson instant messaging, so users can chat with more than one person at the same time.
    W
    New Feature

    MSN Messenger now supports IPv6 for enhanced interoperability with other IPv6-based applications and systems.


    indows Mobile software for Smartphones has a built-in MSN Messenger client for instant messaging. It has the core functionality and look that customers are used to from their PC, modified to fit the Windows Mobile interface.





    New Feature

    SMS character counter displays a running character total in the title bar as SMS messages are composed. If the character count goes over 160, a message is displayed.


    Windows Media Player



    Multimedia: Windows Media Player supports local and streaming video, audio and music files on Windows Mobile based Smartphones, providing a rich experience for business and personal use.
    Windows Mobile software for Smartphones includes Windows Media Player, which supports local and wireless streaming audio and video playback. A number of file formats are supported including WMA and MP3. Audio can be heard through the speaker on handset or through a plug-in headset. The memory card slot on handset provides the flexibility for users to store video clips and many hours of music on MMC or SD cards. Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition includes support for Windows Media Player 9 Audio and Video, so users can now watch and listen to multimedia content encoded in the Windows Media Player 9 format.


    New Feature

    Windows Media Player may be used as a playback engine to enable the Windows Mobile based Smartphones to play WMA files as incoming call phone ring tones. Windows Media Player ring tones can support Digital Rights Management for protecting the intellectual property associated with the ring tone.


    To listen to your music, simply use the Joy Stick:



    1. To stop or start play, push the middle of the Joy Stick once.

    2. Tap the Joy Stick to the right to fast forward and the left to rewind.

    3. To adjust volume, simply tap the Joy Stick up or down.

    Other Features

    Voice Notes


    Windows Mobile software for Smartphones focuses its notes application around audio notes. The Voice Notes recorder allows people to input and review their voice notes.





    1. From the Start menu, press 9 and then 9 again and then press Voice Notes or the corresponding number.

    2. Select Record, and Stop when you’re through recording.

    3. With your new recording highlighted, select Menu > Rename.

    4. Press and hold the Back key to erase the default name.

    5. Now we’ll type in “biz mtg.” In this mode, each key scrolls through its assigned letters as you press the key.

    • Type 2 twice, quickly, and pause. The “b” should appear.

    • Type 4 three times quickly for the “I,” and so on. Remember the # key inserts a space. Press Done when you’re finished renaming your note.

    1. With your new Voice Note highlighted, play back the note by pressing the Action key.

    Conclusion


    This tour has given you a feel for the versatility and depth of Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition software for Smartphones as a tool for mobile professionals and consumers to stay connected and up to date. As a mobile phone and an extension of the user’s desktop Outlook, Windows Mobile based Smartphones offers a combination of features unmatched by any other wireless phone.
    Thank you for taking the time to evaluate Windows Mobile software for Smartphones. We encourage you to continue browsing the interface and exploring the many features that we haven’t touched on in this guide.
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    Appendix – Connection Manager

    Configuring Windows Mobile-Based Smartphone for GSM/GPRS Networks


    The following steps are for the manual configuration of Windows Mobile software for Smartphones without the use of a PC. For users with a PC, the simplest and fastest way to configure Windows Mobile software is with the CD included with the device.

    1. Insert the subscriber identity module (SIM) card provided with your evaluation materials. To do so, remove the casing on the back of the phone. The slot for the SIM card is underneath the battery. Insert the battery and close the case.


    2. SIM migration: Windows Mobile software lets you import any SIM contacts into the Contacts application, making all SIM data available.
      You may be able to use the SIM card from your own cellular phone (if the phone is not locked to a specific mobile operators SIM card). If you are using a GSM mobile phone today, your phone is equipped with a SIM card, essentially a small card that uniquely identifies and authenticates you to the network. Windows Mobile software will accept your SIM card and apply your existing service (phone number, authentication, user and contact information stored on your card) to the Windows Mobile based device.

    3. Turn Windows Mobile-based Smartphone on by pushing the power button. (For more information on the location of the power button, please refer to the hardware information that has been provided.) The home screen appears as Windows Mobile software searches for the network, and a signal strength indicator appears in the taskbar in the upper-right corner.




    4. Windows Mobile software supports CDMA, which does not require any configuration from the user. It is done by the mobile operator.
      Windows Mobile software is preconfigured with the appropriate connection settings out of the box. For your reference, we have also included the access point name (APN).




    The APN address is:

    1. Set the time and date:

      1. Push the left soft key to select Start.

      2. Use the joystick to navigate to Settings.

      3. Use the joystick to navigate to More… > Date and Time.

      4. Select your time zone, and enter the current date and time.

      5. Push the left soft key when you are Done.

    Configuring Windows Mobile software for dial-up access to a corporate network connection


    1. Go to Start > Settings > More… > Data Connections.

    2. Open the menu and select Edit Connections.

    3. Open Dial-up Connections.

    4. Open the menu and select Add.

    5. Fill in the fields for (Corporate Network) Dial-up:

    • Description:

    • Connects to: [from menu using joystick] My Corporate Network

    • Country code:

    • Area code:

    • Phone number:

    • Username: [your username]

    • Password: [your password]

    • Domain: [your domain]

    1. Press Done twice.

    Configuring Windows Mobile software for a VPN connection into a corporate network connection


    1. Go to Start > Settings > More… > Data Connections.

    2. Open the menu and select Edit Connections.

    3. Open VPN Connections.

    4. Open the menu and select Add.

    5. Fill in the fields for (Corporate Network) Dial-up:

    • Description:

    • VPN type:

    • Server:

    • Connects from:

    • Connects to:

    • Username: [your username]

    • Password: [your password]

    • Domain: [your domain]

    • IPSec authentication:

    • IPSec Pre-shared key:

    1. Press Done twice.

    Configuring Windows Mobile software for a proxy server


    1. Open Proxy Connections.

    2. Open the menu and select Add.

    3. Fill in the fields for (proxy server) (HTTP):

    • Description:

    • Connects from: Work

    • Connects to: The Internet

    • Proxy (name: port): [Press the 1 key multiple times for the colon, the 8 key four times for the numeral 8.]

    • Type:

    • User name:

    • Password:

    1. Press Done.

    2. Open the menu and select Add.

    3. Fill in the fields for SOCKS4, for use with MSN Messenger:

    • Description: IM

    • Connects from: Work

    • Connects to: The Internet

    • Proxy:

    • Type: SOCKS4

    Press Done three times to close the Data Connections control panel.

    ActiveSync: Configuring Windows Mobile software for server synchronization


    1. Select Start > ActiveSync.

    2. Open the menu and select Options.

    3. Select one of three sync schedules: Mobile, PC or Server.

    4. Select Mobile Schedule:

    5. Fill in the fields for Mobile Schedule

    • Peak time sync:

    • Off-peak time sync:

    • Roaming sync

    1. Press Done.

    2. S
      New Feature

      Suspend/Resume feature allows GSM- and CDMA-based Smartphones to maintain a data connection when the user is on the phone or the phone is off.


      elect PC Schedule.

    3. Fill in the fields for PC Schedule:

    • Use (select the PC you want to sync with)

    1. Press Done.

    2. Select Server Schedule

    3. From the Server Schedule menu, open Inbox, Calendar and Contacts and make sure that the Synchronize option is checked in each. This step enables you to configure the number of days’ worth of e mail to download and how much of each message should initially be downloaded.

    4. Select Connection and fill in the fields

    • User name:

    • Password:

    • Domain:

    • Server name:

    1. Press Done.

    2. Select Conflicts, and select whether to replace items on the device or on the server when a conflict occurs.

    3. Press Done three times.

    4. To initiate synchronization, select ActiveSync and then Sync. You can also sync your inbox by pressing Send/Receive.



    Setting up Data Connections

    1. From the home screen, go to Start > Settings > More… > Data Connections. Note the existing connections configured for your Windows Mobile software.

    2. Select Menu > Edit Connections. Connections are organized into dial-up, VPN, proxy and GPRS categories. Select one of these, and press Menu to add or edit a connection.


    Configuring POP3/IMAP4 e-mail


    1. Select Start > Inbox.

    2. Open the Menu and select Options.

    3. Select Account Setup.

    4. Select Menu > New to move forward with setting up your POP3/IMAP4 e-mail account.

    5. Fill in the fields for your account:

    • Your name: [your Name]

    • E-mail Address: [your e-mail address]

    • Automatic setup: [Attempt to obtain e-mail settings from the Internet]

    1. Select Next. Phone will attempt to obtain settings, but manual entry is recommended for corporate e-mail.

    2. Fill in the fields for your account:

    • User name: [your user name]

    • Password: [your password]

    • Domain (if necessary): [your domain]

    • Check save password.

    1. Fill in the fields for your account:

    • Server type:

    • Account name:

    • Network:

    1. Select Next.

    2. Fill in the fields for your account:

    • Incoming mail server: [your POP3 incoming mail server]

    • Outgoing mail server: [your POP3 outgoing mail server]

    • Network: [The Internet]

    1. Select Next.

    2. Fill in the fields for your account:

    • Download the following messages: [All messages, first 500 bytes]

    1. Select Next.

    2. Fill in the fields for your account:

    • Connect automatically and check for messages: [Never]

    1. Select Next.

    2. To complete setup, select Finish.

    3. Press Done.

    4. Confirm: Would you like to download mail for this account now? [Yes, No]
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