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Introducing Windows Mobile Software for Smartphones 1
Easily access information 1
More than just talk 1
Personal and fun 2
Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition Software for Smartphones: Standard Features 3
Evaluation Requirements and Recommendations 7
Desktop Platform System Requirements 7
Additional Configuration Notes 7
Hardware Overview 8
Connection Manager 9
A Full-Featured Telephone 10
Making a call 10
Receiving a call 12
Personalization Options 12
Integrated Applications 13
Inbox for E-Mail and SMS Messages 13
Accessing and composing e mail 14
Switching between Inbox, SMS and MMS 14
Managing Contacts 15
Internet Browsing With Pocket Internet Explorer 16
MSN Messenger 17
Windows Media Player 19
Other Features 19
Voice Notes 19
Configuring Windows Mobile-Based Smartphone for GSM/GPRS Networks 21
Configuring Windows Mobile software for dial-up access to a corporate network connection 21
Configuring Windows Mobile software for a VPN connection into a corporate network connection 22
Configuring Windows Mobile software for a proxy server 22
ActiveSync: Configuring Windows Mobile software for server synchronization 23
Configuring POP3/IMAP4 e-mail 25
Introducing Windows Mobile Software for Smartphones
This guide introduces Microsoft® Windows MobileTM 2003 Second Edition software for Smartphones, which opens a new chapter in mobile phone technology by combining the best of mobile voice and data communications with the best of personal information management software. This brief tour will highlight many of the features while familiarizing users with its controls and interface.
When Microsoft entered the mobile devices industry, it was with the belief that people wanted to do more on their mobile devices. Microsoft applied this philosophy as it built Windows Mobile software, first for the Pocket PC and then for the Smartphone.
Windows Mobile introduces an entirely new mobile phone experience through the integration of smart software and small, stylish handsets. Windows Mobile allows users to do the following:
Easily access information
Wireless connectivity is becoming more widely available, and no single device can ever meet the needs of all users. Everyone faces a different set of priorities and scenarios every day. Business and personal users communicate remotely through different combinations of voice, e-mail, instant messaging, short message service (SMS), online forums and even video. And when they leave their home or office, they might carry several devices to stay connected to people and information they count on. With that in mind, Microsoft has included support for the .NET Compact Framework in Windows Mobile 2003 software for Smartphones, which enables a new era of mobile XML-based Web services.
As technologies have evolved, manufacturers are striving to make wireless devices more useful, convenient and, inevitably, smaller. With Windows Mobile software, Microsoft, OEMs and mobile operators have created small, sleek devices for people who depend on staying connected to information and each other while mobile. It just might be the perfect combination of beauty and brains.
Windows Mobile software also provides an open platform upon which independent software vendors can develop a variety of consumer and enterprise-oriented applications. And new support for IPv6, the newest version of Internet Protocol (IP), allows the Windows Mobile software to take advantage of the most current Internet and Web-based information and services while ensuring seamless integration with desktop applications. The localization features of Windows Mobile software support many languages and make this a compelling device for mobile operators and developers alike.
Note: Cellular voice and data plans are required for Internet and phone access. Some features may vary based on the mobile operator. See device manufacturer and mobile operator for details.