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Anonymous
August 29, 2004 10:38:22 PM

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I have a Motorola V710 bluetooth enabled phone through Verizon and
just downloaded KSE Truefax 2004 with the hopes of being able to send
and receive faxes with my iPAQ h4150 via the Motorola V710.

I have successfully enabled the phone and the iPAQ so that I can
access the internet from my iPAQ, but I can't seem to be able to
figure out how to get KSE Truefax working.

Can you please offer me step, by step instructions on how to get this
combination of hardware and software working?
Thanks in advance!!!
Regards,
Steve B.
PaceMkrRepREMOVE_NO_SPAM@Hotmail.com

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August 29, 2004 10:38:23 PM

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Reply to message from Steven B. <PaceMkrRepREMOVE_NO_SPAM@Hotmail.com>
(Sun, 29 Aug 2004 18:38:22) about "I HAVE NO MORE HAIR...Can anyone help
with KSE Truefax 2004 for Windows Mobile 2003 and a Motorola V710 Verizon
cellular phone?":

From looking at the KSE website ... it looks like you should ask them for
support .

Bye
Ann <nospam@netzero.com> Sun, 29 Aug 2004 18:01:02 -0400

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----- Original Message -----
From: Steven B. <PaceMkrRepREMOVE_NO_SPAM@Hotmail.com> Sent: Sun, 29 Aug
2004 18:38:22 Subject: I HAVE NO MORE HAIR...Can anyone help with KSE
Truefax 2004 for Windows Mobile 2003 and a Motorola V710 Verizon cellular
phone?


I have a Motorola V710 bluetooth enabled phone through Verizon and just
downloaded KSE Truefax 2004 with the hopes of being able to send and
receive faxes with my iPAQ h4150 via the Motorola V710.

I have successfully enabled the phone and the iPAQ so that I can access the
internet from my iPAQ, but I can't seem to be able to figure out how to get
KSE Truefax working.

Can you please offer me step, by step instructions on how to get this
combination of hardware and software working? Thanks in advance!!!
Regards,
Steve B.
PaceMkrRepREMOVE_NO_SPAM@Hotmail.com
Anonymous
August 30, 2004 12:52:31 AM

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Thanks for the brilliant response Ann


On Sun, 29 Aug 2004 18:03:01 -0400, Ann <nospam@netzero.com> wrote:

>Reply to message from Steven B. <PaceMkrRepREMOVE_NO_SPAM@Hotmail.com>
>(Sun, 29 Aug 2004 18:38:22) about "I HAVE NO MORE HAIR...Can anyone help
>with KSE Truefax 2004 for Windows Mobile 2003 and a Motorola V710 Verizon
>cellular phone?":
>
>From looking at the KSE website ... it looks like you should ask them for
>support .
>
>Bye
>Ann <nospam@netzero.com> Sun, 29 Aug 2004 18:01:02 -0400
>
>=== Posted with Qusnetsoft NewsReader 2.2.0.8
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: Steven B. <PaceMkrRepREMOVE_NO_SPAM@Hotmail.com> Sent: Sun, 29 Aug
>2004 18:38:22 Subject: I HAVE NO MORE HAIR...Can anyone help with KSE
>Truefax 2004 for Windows Mobile 2003 and a Motorola V710 Verizon cellular
>phone?
>
>
>I have a Motorola V710 bluetooth enabled phone through Verizon and just
>downloaded KSE Truefax 2004 with the hopes of being able to send and
>receive faxes with my iPAQ h4150 via the Motorola V710.
>
>I have successfully enabled the phone and the iPAQ so that I can access the
>internet from my iPAQ, but I can't seem to be able to figure out how to get
>KSE Truefax working.
>
>Can you please offer me step, by step instructions on how to get this
>combination of hardware and software working? Thanks in advance!!!
>Regards,
>Steve B.
>PaceMkrRepREMOVE_NO_SPAM@Hotmail.com

Thanks in advance!!!
Regards,
Steve B.
PaceMkrRepREMOVE_NO_SPAM@Hotmail.com
Anonymous
August 30, 2004 12:58:05 AM

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Hi,
Have you confirmed with Verizon that you can access the internet via the
iPAQ via the v710 with Bluetooth? Motorola has crippled the Bluetooth stack
to only work with selected headsets only from what I've been told.


--
Chris De Herrera
http://www.cewindows.net
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http://www.mobilitytalk.com

"Steven B." <PaceMkrRepREMOVE_NO_SPAM@Hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:bcm4j01m49doir61h8kmes5o27q99q282r@4ax.com...
> I have a Motorola V710 bluetooth enabled phone through Verizon and
> just downloaded KSE Truefax 2004 with the hopes of being able to send
> and receive faxes with my iPAQ h4150 via the Motorola V710.
>
> I have successfully enabled the phone and the iPAQ so that I can
> access the internet from my iPAQ, but I can't seem to be able to
> figure out how to get KSE Truefax working.
>
> Can you please offer me step, by step instructions on how to get this
> combination of hardware and software working?
> Thanks in advance!!!
> Regards,
> Steve B.
> PaceMkrRepREMOVE_NO_SPAM@Hotmail.com
Anonymous
August 30, 2004 11:22:09 AM

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I've been able to successfillu set u the iPAQ to access the internet
through the V710 already. To do this, I sued instructions that I found
at a web site called www.nuclearelephant.com. These istructions are
copied and pasted at the end of this response and ended up using the
ExpressNetwork.

I just can't seem to figure out how to get KSE Fax working.

"Dialup Networking
Verizon provides their own Internet gateway called MobileOffice. It's
free to use and only costs you airtime (free nights and weekends -
yay). It's actually faster to connect to Verizon's data network than
making data calls to your ISP, because your data call has to go
through their network anyway. MobileOffice provides speeds up to
14.4k; when making a data call to my ISP, I only got about 11k.
ExpressNetwork is their high-speed service using packet data. You can
get speeds up to 144k. Verizon charges a subscription fee for this
service, but it is enabled on your account so that your phone can use
GIN. I've never been billed for using it on occasion, but that's not
to say Verizon won't start cracking down at some point.

It's relatively easy to connect to either one of these data services
using Linux, Mac, or whatever. I'm posting this here because a lot of
people are just dying to do this over Bluetooth. It's a matter of
having the right phone number, initialization strings, and login
information. See if you can procure a copy of Linux Magazine from July
2004; I have an article called "Linux on the Laptop" which discusses
this in detail.
Here are most of the details:

Init String
Tells Verizon which service you're connecting to. Use ATZ to reset the
modem, then:
AT$QCMDR=2 for MobileOffice or
AT$QCMDR=3 for ExpressNetwork

This loads the appropriate register specifying the service you are
connecting to. As I understand it, if you don't load this register, it
defaults to MobileOffice as some have reported.

Phone number
Dial #777

Authentication

To authenticate with MobileOffice, use qnc as both your login and
password.
To use ExpressNetwork, use [10-Digit Phone Number]@vzw3g.com as your
login and vzw as your password."

On Sun, 29 Aug 2004 20:58:05 -0700, "Chris De Herrera"
<chris@cewindows.net> wrote:

>Hi,
>Have you confirmed with Verizon that you can access the internet via the
>iPAQ via the v710 with Bluetooth? Motorola has crippled the Bluetooth stack
>to only work with selected headsets only from what I've been told.

Thanks in advance!!!
Regards,
Steve B.
PaceMkrRepREMOVE_NO_SPAM@Hotmail.com
Anonymous
August 30, 2004 2:41:50 PM

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I suppose you have your Fax Service from your telco activated right?

--
Carlo Ma. Guerrero
Microsoft MVP, Mobile Devices


"Steven B." <PaceMkrRepREMOVE_NO_SPAM@Hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:bcm4j01m49doir61h8kmes5o27q99q282r@4ax.com...
I have a Motorola V710 bluetooth enabled phone through Verizon and
just downloaded KSE Truefax 2004 with the hopes of being able to send
and receive faxes with my iPAQ h4150 via the Motorola V710.

I have successfully enabled the phone and the iPAQ so that I can
access the internet from my iPAQ, but I can't seem to be able to
figure out how to get KSE Truefax working.

Can you please offer me step, by step instructions on how to get this
combination of hardware and software working?
Thanks in advance!!!
Regards,
Steve B.
PaceMkrRepREMOVE_NO_SPAM@Hotmail.com
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