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Anonymous
June 6, 2004 3:29:28 PM

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Hope someone can help me?

I had a Nokia 6310i and bought a Nokia 6600.

Rather than re-input all my contacts, I popped the new SIM into the
6310i and copied all contacts from the 6310i to the new SIM.

I then put the new SIM into the 6600 and moved all of those to the
6600's phone memory.

The problem is that I can see icons (mobile / land line) against some
of the numbers but not all.

Also, some of the icons are wrong e.g. a "mobile" icon is shown next
to a land line number.

I am imagining this problem is to do with where in the data file the
information on type of phone is held - like a CSV file in EXCEL.

Is there any way for me to change the icons back again to the correct
ones other than manually re-entering all my contact entries on the
6600's keypad?

I thought under "edit contact details" there would be an option to
"change type" - but there isn't. You can edit labels, but not change
the type and I don't want to edit all those labels individually!

Data suite doesn't seem to let me do this which is a real pain as I
have over 250 incorrectly stored numbers at the moment!

Perhaps there is some good 3rd party 6600 contact management software
out there?

Many thanks,
Casper.
June 7, 2004 1:23:36 AM

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Casper wrote:
> Rather than re-input all my contacts, I popped the new SIM into the
> 6310i and copied all contacts from the 6310i to the new SIM.
>
> I then put the new SIM into the 6600 and moved all of those to the
> 6600's phone memory.
> Data suite doesn't seem to let me do this which is a real pain as I
> have over 250 incorrectly stored numbers at the moment!

You got over 250 numbers on your sim?

> The problem is that I can see icons (mobile / land line) against some
> of the numbers but not all.
>
> Also, some of the icons are wrong e.g. a "mobile" icon is shown next
> to a land line number.
>
> Is there any way for me to change the icons back again to the correct
> ones other than manually re-entering all my contact entries on the
> 6600's keypad?
>
> I thought under "edit contact details" there would be an option to
> "change type" - but there isn't. You can edit labels, but not change
> the type and I don't want to edit all those labels individually!
>

The only way is to edit each one and change the type,
its a pain to do when you have so many contacts,
i had to do it on mine, but as i had to add all email addresses to my contacts anyway i just got it over
and done with in one go.


THE BLACKPANTHER
Anonymous
June 7, 2004 4:58:09 AM

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Hello.

You can easily transfer your contacts from 6310i to 6600 with our
Oxygen Phone Manager. To do so please follow these steps:

1. Download trial versions of both our Oxygen Phone Managers:
- Nokia version from
http://www.opm-2.com/download/download.asp?File=OPM2.zi...;
- Symbian version from
http://www.opm-2.com/download/download.asp?File=Symbian....

2. Install and run Oxygen Phone Manager II for Nokia phones. Connect
your Nokia 6310i and read the phonebook. Save phonebook to file.

3. Install and run Oxygen Phone Manager II for Symbian OS phones.
Connect your Nokia 6600 and load phonebook from the file your saved
previously.

4. Check if all your contacts and phones were transferred
successfully. If all Ok, you may be want to purchase an Individual
license of Oxygen Phone Manager II for Symbian phones (Euro 39) to
write all your contacts to 6600, because Trial version allows writing
only 1 contact per session.

By the way now we're preparing 25% Summer discount for all Oxygen
Phone Manager licenses, so you can save at least 9.75 Euro on every
purchase!

If you will have any further questions, please do not hesitate to
contact us.

Best regards, Oleg Fyodorov.
Oxygen Software - tools for your Nokia.
Oxygen Phone Manager II - all you want from your Nokia.
support@oxygensoftware.com
http://www.oxygensoftware.com
http://www.oxygensoftware.co.uk

no@way.com (Casper) wrote in message news:<40c2fe51.8407789@news.virgin.net>...
> Hope someone can help me?
>
> I had a Nokia 6310i and bought a Nokia 6600.
>
> Rather than re-input all my contacts, I popped the new SIM into the
> 6310i and copied all contacts from the 6310i to the new SIM.
>
> I then put the new SIM into the 6600 and moved all of those to the
> 6600's phone memory.
>
> The problem is that I can see icons (mobile / land line) against some
> of the numbers but not all.
>
> Also, some of the icons are wrong e.g. a "mobile" icon is shown next
> to a land line number.
>
> I am imagining this problem is to do with where in the data file the
> information on type of phone is held - like a CSV file in EXCEL.
>
> Is there any way for me to change the icons back again to the correct
> ones other than manually re-entering all my contact entries on the
> 6600's keypad?
>
> I thought under "edit contact details" there would be an option to
> "change type" - but there isn't. You can edit labels, but not change
> the type and I don't want to edit all those labels individually!
>
> Data suite doesn't seem to let me do this which is a real pain as I
> have over 250 incorrectly stored numbers at the moment!
>
> Perhaps there is some good 3rd party 6600 contact management software
> out there?
>
> Many thanks,
> Casper.
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Anonymous
June 9, 2004 2:06:41 AM

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no@way.com (Casper) wrote:

>Hope someone can help me?

>I had a Nokia 6310i and bought a Nokia 6600.

>Rather than re-input all my contacts, I popped the new SIM into the
>6310i and copied all contacts from the 6310i to the new SIM.

>I then put the new SIM into the 6600 and moved all of those to the
>6600's phone memory.

>The problem is that I can see icons (mobile / land line) against some
>of the numbers but not all.

The SIM won't support some of the more advanced features of the Nokia
handset, such as types, multiple numbers per contact etc.

To do the transfer properly you'll need to use PC Suite (freely
downloadable from Nokia) to backup your old phone then restore it onto
the new one.
Anonymous
June 10, 2004 10:03:05 AM

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not@home2mr.spam.com wrote in message news:<7dacc05jbuff4avvbg4n26sl2jpoh1lfim@4ax.com>...
> no@way.com (Casper) wrote:
>
> >Hope someone can help me?
>
> >I had a Nokia 6310i and bought a Nokia 6600.
>
> >Rather than re-input all my contacts, I popped the new SIM into the
> >6310i and copied all contacts from the 6310i to the new SIM.
>
> >I then put the new SIM into the 6600 and moved all of those to the
> >6600's phone memory.
>
> >The problem is that I can see icons (mobile / land line) against some
> >of the numbers but not all.
>
> The SIM won't support some of the more advanced features of the Nokia
> handset, such as types, multiple numbers per contact etc.
>
> To do the transfer properly you'll need to use PC Suite (freely
> downloadable from Nokia) to backup your old phone then restore it onto
> the new one.

Suggest you import to Outlook or the like, then export out to new
phone.
You may need to create a "dummy" Outlook profile so you don't upset
normal entries and you may have to export to .csv file to do any
global edits. Then re-import back to Outlook prior to using PC Suite
to 6600. I did this because had hundred of phone contacts all in
different caller groups. I saved hours of retyping with possible
mistakes.

DavidRoe@cmpnospammail.com
Anonymous
June 13, 2004 10:45:04 PM

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How many contacts can be imported form Outloook? I have 200 conatcts in my
MS outlook.

T Jones

<davidroe@cmpmail.com> wrote in message >
> Suggest you import to Outlook or the like, then export out to new
> phone.
> You may need to create a "dummy" Outlook profile so you don't upset
> normal entries and you may have to export to .csv file to do any
> global edits. Then re-import back to Outlook prior to using PC Suite
> to 6600. I did this because had hundred of phone contacts all in
> different caller groups. I saved hours of retyping with possible
> mistakes.
>
> DavidRoe@cmpnospammail.com
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