Motorola CP1250 User manual
Contents A Introduction ............................................... 1 Control Buttons and Status Screen ......................2 USER’S GUIDE Getting Started .......................................... 3 01: CP1250 THE NEW MOTOROLA CP1250 ADVANCED INFORMATION SERVICES WORD MESSAGING PAGER. THE NEXT GENERATION IN PAGING THAT BRINGS A WORLD OF INFORMATION TO YOUR FINGERTIPS. Turning Your Pager On ..........................................3 Turning Your Pager Off ..........................................4 Backlight ...............................................................4 Sending a Test Page to Yourself ............................4 Setting Up .................................................. 5 Using the Function Menu ......................................5 Setting the Time and Date ....................................6 Setting the Pager Alarm ........................................7 Setting the Pager Alert Mode ................................8 Setting the Pager Alert Pattern .............................9 Turning Quiet Time On and Off ...........................10 Personal Message.................................... 12 Turning the Alert for a Super Maildrop On and Off 25 Turning the Alert for a Specific Topic On and Off 26 The Quickview Feature........................................ 26 Establishing a Quickview Relationship for a Topic 27 Receiving/Reading a Quickview Message ......... 28 Breaking the Topic/Quickview Relationship ........ 30 Folders ..................................................... 30 Moving Messages to Folders .............................. 32 Reading Messages in Folders ............................ 33 Moving Messages Between Folders ................... 34 Moving All Personal Messages to Trash ............. 35 Deleting Messages from the Pager .................... 36 Completing Your Tasks in the Task Folder .......... 37 Setting Reminder Alarms for Events .................. 39 Changing the Reminder Alarm .......................... 41 Receiving/Reading a Personal Message .............12 Features ................................................... 42 Maildrop Messages ................................. 15 Use and Care ........................................... 45 Receiving/Reading Maildrop Messages .............15 Zooming In and Out on Messages ......................18 Setting the Alert for a Specific Maildrop ..............19 Care and Maintenance ....................................... 45 Battery ..................................................... 46 Battery Information ............................................. 46 Super Maildrop Messages ...................... 21 Receiving/Reading Super Maildrop Messages ...21 INTRODUCTION Control Buttons and Status Screen INTRODUCTION Congratulations on purchasing your Motorola CP1250 pager. This new and exciting, eight-line, word message pager integrates messaging and advanced information services with other features, such as, phone list, zoom capabilities and event reminder/calendar. This pager can receive three different types of messages depending upon the features available in your pager: personal (§), maildrop (´), and super maildrop (©). Personal messages are messages your pager receives from friends, family, and from whomever you give your pager number. Maildrops and Supermaildrops are your information services such as news, weather and sports. A full understanding of what this exciting product offers begins with reading the CP1250 User’s Guide. This will provide helpful suggestions for both the first-time and experienced user. A detachable quick reference card on the back cover is included for your convenience. Pager Status 00:00 SA 01/01 q º h Å o Ç Folders On/Read Button Directional Buttons u t xs vw 1 ∂π › 2 Function/Select Button On/Read Used to turn the pager on and to read a message. Function/ Select Used to display the Function menu and to select pager settings. Directional Used to move around the display and through menus. Turning Your Pager Off ➊ From any screen, press and release t until ESCAPE is displayed on the as shown on page 2. While the pager is on and no activity is taking place, the Standby screen is displayed, an example of which is shown below. Power On ∂π Battery status (Full) Default Time Default Day and Date › )):)) Á )!/)! Alert Mode (Audible) (Blank screen) Standby screen example GETTING STARTED displayed and your pager activates the currently selected alert. ➋ Press any button to stop the startup alert.The Status screen is displayed GETTING STARTED Turning Your Pager On ➊ Press u to turn your pager on. A start-up message is momentarily The Function menu provides access to many features of your pager through a series of icons and prompts. Press t to access the Function menu. An example is displayed below. Note: Some icons may or may not be displayed in your pager, depending upon your pager’s features and whether it has messages. Å o Ç ESCAPE eijmkçzqhÅoÇ‹ Function menu example Getting Around the Function Menu Press either v or s to move within the Function menu. Note: To exit from any menu without accepting changes, press u. 5 SETTING UP Functions h Sending a Test Page to Yourself After you have read this guide and your pager has been activated by your service provider, send yourself a test page. If you have any problems, see “Functionality and Use of Your Pager” on page 44. Pager status SETTING UP Function prompt º The pager’s backlight automatically illuminates in low-light conditions and automatically turns off when the pager returns to the Standby screen. You can manually turn the backlight on and off by pressing and holding t for at least two seconds. Setting the Time and Date ➊ On the Function menu, press v to move to i (SET TIME/ALARM). ➋ Press t. The Set Time screen is displayed. Using the Function Menu q blank. Backlight 4 3 Folders Status screen. (z is flashing.) ➋ Press v to move to ç (TURN OFF). ➌ Press t to turn the pager off. ➍ The TURN OFF? prompt is displayed. Press t again. The Off screen is Set Time fields ➌ ➍ ➎ ➏ ➐ ∂π › )):)) Á )!/)! ∂ø 00:00‹ 01/01/00∂ ™ 00:00‹ -- /--/-SET TIME Set Time screen Press s to move to the hour field. Press x or w to adjust the hour. Press s to move to the first minute field. Press x or w to adjust the first minute. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 until you have selected the second minute, method of time measurement (AM, PM, or ‹), month, date, and year fields. ➑ Press t to accept the time and date change 6 ➑ Repeat Steps 6 and 7 until you have selected both minute fields and the Pager status Set Alarm fields ∂π › [email protected]:)%Ç SETTING UP Your pager has an alarm that can be set for a specific time and date, or a specific time on a daily basis. ➊ On the Function menu, press v to move to i (SET TIME/ALARM). ➋ Press t. The Set Time screen is displayed. ➌ Press w or x. The Set Alarm screen is displayed. Á )%/)! ø 12:05PM 05/01/00 ∂™ 12:00AM -- /-- /-- ∂ SET ALARM Set Alarm screen ➍ ➎ ➏ ➐ Press s. The alarm indicator (™) flashes. Press w to change the indicator from ™ (alarm off) to “(alarm on). Press s to move to the hour field. Press x or w to adjust the hour. SETTING UP Setting the Pager Alarm Setting the Pager Alert Mode The alert can be set as either audible or silent. ➊ On the Function menu, press v until one of two possible prompts is displayed: SET SILENT ALERT ([k] to change from audible to silent alert mode) or SET AUDIBLE ALERT ([¥] to change from silent to audible alert mode). 8 7 ➋ Press t to accept the new alert mode. The pager emits a sample of Turning Quiet Time On and Off the new alert SETTING UP The pager must be in the audible alert mode to select an alert pattern. There are ten alert pattern options: one standard alert (1), seven different pleasing alerts (2through 8), a chirp alert (Ø), and no alert (k). ➊ On the Function menu, press v to move to e (CHOOSE ALERT). ➋ Press t. The Alert pattern screen is displayed. k STANDARD ALERT Alert pattern screen ➌ Press v or s to move to the desired alert. A sample of each alert is emitted as you scroll through the selections. ➍ Press t to accept the selected alert. The pager emits the selected alert (for any selection except k) as it returns to the Status screen. SETTING UP Setting the Pager Alert Pattern 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Ø If this is a one-time method of time measurement (AM, PM, or ‹) field. date and year. If this is a only alarm, use Steps 6 and 7 to set the month, daily alarm, leave the dashes (--) in the date fields and go to the next step. Note: Only AM or PM can be changed. If you are using the ‹time measurement, you cannot change it here. ➒ Press t to accept the alarm setting. In the upper-left corner of the pager, ≤ is displayed, indicating the alarm is set. When the alarm expires, ≤ flashes and the pager either vibrates or emits an audible alert until any button is pressed. After any button is pressed, ≤ disappears from the Status screen if this was a one-time alarm. With quiet time on, the pager receives and stores new messages without any alerts for a certain period of time on a daily basis—regardless of whether the pager is in audible or silent alert mode. You establish this period of time. After you turn quiet time on, it activates on a daily basis (indicated by ∑ in the upper-left corner of the pager) until you turn it off. ➊ On the Function menu, press v to move to j (SET QUIET TIME). ➋ Press t. The Set Quiet Time screen is displayed and the quiet time indicator (either ó if off or √ if on) is flashing. Pager status ∂π › [email protected]:)%Ç START Quiet Time disabled indicator ó 12:00AM Á )%/)! END 12:00AM Set Quiet Time screen ➌ Press x or w to turn quiet time on (from ó to √) or off (from √ to ó). Note: If you are turning off quiet time, skip to Step 10. ➍ Press s to move to the starting hour field. ➎ Press x or w to adjust the hour. 9 10 ➏ Press s to move to the first minute field. ➐ Press x or w to adjust the first minute. ➑ Repeat Steps 6 and 7 for the second minute and method of time ∂ PERSONAL MESSAGES measurement fields. Only AM or PM can be changed. If you are using the ‹time measurement, you cannot change it here. ➒ Repeat Steps 4 through 8 for the ending quiet time. Note: The end time must be later than the start time. ➓ When you are finished, press t to accept the selected quiet time period. One of the following indicators is displayed in the upper-left corner of the screen: ∑ —Quiet time on with no unread messages ∑ with flashing—Quiet time enabled with stored, unread messages. ∂—Quiet time off with no unread messages. ∂ with ∂ flashing—Quiet time off with stored, unread messages. Note: When quiet time is turned on and the pager is set for audible alert, π is displayed in the upper-left corner of the pager except during the actual quiet time period. SETTING UP Receiving/Reading a Personal Message Your pager can have more than one unread message. A flashing ∂ in the upper-left corner indicates at least one unread message in your pager. If programmed with reminder alerts, your pager alerts at predetermined intervals to remind you there are unread messages. Each flashing personal message indicator (§) on the Status screen represents an unread message. (A non-flashing § represents a previously read message.) If your pager has not received any messages, there are no personal message indicators displayed on the Status screen. ➊ Your pager has received a message and an alert is being emitted. Press any button to stop the alert. The new message is automatically stored, along with the time and date it is received. The Status screen displays the number of the message (03: in this example because it is in the third message slot) and the first line of the message. Pager status Personal messages received First line of new message 03:Call me before you leave the office. I have some errands for you to do. If you leave before 6:00, leave a message for me at work. If you are later than that, call me at home. I hope you get § New message example Continuation indicator (flashing) If a flashing Ó is displayed in the bottom-right corner of the screen, the message continues beyond the current screen. If there is no flashing Ó, the display is at the end of the message. ➌ To read the rest of the message line-by-line, press and release w repeatedly. To read the rest of the message screen-by-screen, press and release u repeatedly. To go to the top of the current message, press x. 13 PERSONAL MESSAGES First 8 lines of personal message #3 PERSONAL MESSAGES ➋ Press u to display the first full screen of message text. › [email protected]:!%Ç Á )%/)! §§∞§§§§ q º h Å o Ç 03:Call me before you New message example 12 11 ∂π To rapidly scroll through the rest of the message, press and hold down u or w. The end of a message is indicated by the time and date the message was received. End of message Time and date message was received everything done in time. 12:15 01/01/00 End of message example ➍ When you have finished reading a message , press u to return to the ➎ ➏ Status screen. Note: To save a message, move it to a folder. For more information, see “Moving Messages to Folders” on page 32. To read other personal messages, press v and/or s to select the message you want to read. When a message slot is selected, the personal message indicator changes from § to ∞. Repeat Steps 2 through 5 to read your messages. 14 Ø ´ §§∞§§§§ Maildrop with alert enabled Ø q º h Å o Ç Alert-enabled maildrop example §§∞§§§§ Maildrop with alert disabled ´ q º h Å o Ç Alert-disabled maildrop example MAILDROP MESSAGES Your pager is capable of receiving Maildrop messages (Information Services). Maildrop messages are received the same way as personal messages and icon indicators. Maildrop with alert enabled ( ) and Maildrop with alert disabled ( )are located on the second row of the display. If no maildrop messages have been received, no maildrop icons are displayed. MAILDROP MESSAGES Receiving/Reading Maildrop Messages Maildrop history list example ➌ If ªis pointing to the message you want to read, go to Step 4. ➍ ➎ Otherwise, press w until the message you want is at the top of the list. Note: The list moves up; the indicator does not move down. Press u to display the first full screen of message text. If a continuation indicator is displayed (§), the message continues beyond the current screen. Reading the rest of the maildrop message is the same as reading a personal message. 17 MAILDROP MESSAGES Update: Update: Update: Update: Update: MAILDROP MESSAGES ª ´Sports µ Sports µ Sports µ Sports µ Sports §§∞§§§§ ´´ q º h Å o Ç Alert-disabled maildrop message example If the maildrop is alert-enabled, press any button to stop the alert. The first line of the unread maildrop is displayed while Ø flashes. Alert-enabled maildrop where message received (flashing icon) First line of alert-enabled maildrop §§§§§§§ Ø´ q º h Å o Ç Sports Update: Alert-enabled maildrop message example ➏ When you have finished reading the message, press u until the ➋ Press u to display the Maildrop message. If your pager is equipped First maildrop message History maildrop message History maildrop message Last message read is highlighted Alert-disabled maildrop where message received (flashing icon) 16 15 with Maildrop history, the first screen will be the history list. This list includes up to eight different messages for this maildrop The most recently received message is displayed first (´), followed by up to seven history messages (µ). You can set an alert for each maildrop (indicated on the Status screen by Ø). However, the default is no alert (´). For more information about how to set a maildrop alert, see “Setting the Alert for a Specific Maildrop” on page 19. ➊ If the maildrop is alert-disabled (´), press any directional button until the flashing ´is highlighted (and the indicator changes to ¨). maildrop history screen is displayed. To read another message in this same maildrop, repeat Steps 3 through 6. ➐ When you have finished reading the messages in this maildrop, press x to return to the Status screen. Note: To save a message, move it to a folder. For more information, see “Moving Messages to Folders” on page 32. ➑ To read messages in other maildrops (each indicated by a flashing ´ or Ø in the Status screen), press v and/or s until the maildrop is highlighted (¨or ˝). Repeat Steps 4 through 6 to read messages in the selected maildrop. Zooming In and Out on Messages The zoom feature allows you to enlarge the size of your pager’s message character display. (As a result, an eight-line display screen only displays four lines at one time.) This feature can be applied to all display text on your pager. ➊ On the Function menu, press v to move to m (ZOOM IN). Note: If y (ZOOM OUT) is displayed, the pager is already in the larger text 18 ➋ Press t. The Alert pattern screen is displayed. ➌ Press either v or s until the alert you want flashes. A sample of each §∞ §∞ q º h Å o 03:THISAISAAATESTAOF Ç Unzoomed personal message text q º h Å o 03:THISAISAAATESTAOF Ç Zoomed personal message text Setting the Alert for a Specific Maildrop You can establish different alerts for different maildrops. You can also have some maildrops with enabled alerts and others with disabled alerts. There are two different procedures for setting alerts depending upon the current alert mode (either audible or silent) of the pager. You can enable alerts and set the type of alert at the super maildrop level. To turn a maildrop alert on or off when pager is in audible mode: Make sure the maildrop you want (´ or Ø) is highlighted (¨ or ˝). ➊ On the Function menu, press s to move to n(CHOOSE MAILDROP ALERT). MAILDROP MESSAGES Note: The example below shows both zoom modes for one message. MAILDROP MESSAGES mode. Continuing here will change the text to its smaller size. ➋ Press t. The zoom mode is changed. ¬© q º h Å o Ç Status screen with super maildrops You can enable alerts and set the type of alert at the Supermaildrop level. (see page 22). At the topic level you can also enable alerts. (see page 23). A flashing ¬(alert-enabled) or © (alert-disabled) in the Status screen indicates at least one unread super maildrop message has been received. 21 SUPER MAILDROP MESSAGES §§∞§§§§ Super maildrop with enabled and disabled alert SUPER MAILDROP MESSAGES This feature, along with the use of topics, enables your pager to receive and store more powerful and sophisticated types of information services. Below is an example with alert-enabled (¬) and alert-disabled (©) super maildrops displayed on the Status screen. Note: Not all pagers are enabled with the supermaildrop option. To turn a maildrop alert on or off when pager is in silent mode: Make sure the maildrop you want (´ or Ø) is highlighted (¨ or ˝). ➊ On the Function menu, press s to move to n(SET MAIL ALERT ON) to turn the alert on or ^. (SET MAIL ALERT OFF) to turn the alert off. ➋ Press t to accept the alert. If you turned the alert on, the pager (if equipped with a vibrator) vibrates as it returns to the Status screen and whenever a message is received for this maildrop. The maildrop indicator has changed from ¨to ˝ (for alert on) or from ˝ to ¨ (for alert off). 20 19 Receiving/Reading Super Maildrop Messages alert is emitted as you scroll through the selections. Select k (NO MESSAGE ALERT) if you want to turn the alert off. ➍ Press t to accept the alert. If you turned the alert on, the pager emits this alert as it returns to the Status screen and whenever a message is received for this maildrop. The maildrop indicator has changed from ¨ to ˝ (for alert on) or from ˝ to ¨ (for alert off). ➊ If the super maildrop is alert-disabled, press any directional button until the flashing ©is highlighted (and the indicator changes to ß). Last message read is highlighted Flashing alert-disabled super maildrop where message was received §§§∞§§§ ©© q º h Å o Ç Alert-disabled super maildrop example If the super maildrop is alert-enabled, press any button to stop the alert. The first topic containing the unread message displays while † flashes. §§§§§§§ Alert-enabled super maildrop where message received First topic of alert-enabled super maildrop 22 †© q º h Å Stocks Update: o Ç Alert-enabled super maildrop topic example Alert-enabled topic Alert-disabled topic Alert-enabled topic “ Alert-disabled topic “ “ “ Flashing topic list continuation indicators ª Ø Company A — Company B Ø Company C Ø Airline A — Cruise company — Legal company Ï — Film company Ó — Car company Super maildrop topic list example Note: Each topic indicator (Ø or —) containing unread messages flashes until all messages for that topic have been read. Because there can be more than eight topics per super maildrop, each topic list continuation indicator (Ï or Ó or both) will also flash if there are unread messages in topics either above or below the currently displayed screen. ➐ Reading the rest of a super maildrop message is the same as reading a personal message. ➑ When you have finished reading the message, press u until the super maildrop history screen is displayed. To read another super maildrop message repeat Steps 4 through 7. ➒ When you have finished reading all of the messages in this topic, press x until the Status screen is displayed. Note: To save a super maildrop message, move it to a folder. For more information, see “Moving Messages to Folders” on page 32. ➓ To read messages in other super maildrops (each indicated by a flashing © or ¬ in the Status screen), press v and/or s until the super maildrop is highlighted (ßor †). Perform Steps 2 through 9 to read messages in the selected super maildrop. Turning the Alert for a Super Maildrop On and Off Turning an alert on or off for a super maildrop is the same procedure as for a maildrop (see page 19), except for the screen indicators. ➊ Make sure the super maildrop (© or ¬) you want is highlighted (ß or †). 25 SUPER MAILDROP MESSAGES 23 SUPER MAILDROP MESSAGES shown below. SUPER MAILDROP MESSAGES SUPER MAILDROP MESSAGES ➋ Press u to display the next screen. A list of topics is displayed as ➌ If ªis pointing to the topic you want, go to Step 4. Otherwise, press x or w until the topic you want is at the top of the list. ➍ Press uto display the topic information. If your pager is equipped with maildrop history, the first screen will be the maildrop history list for this topic as shown in the example. This is a list of up to eight messages for this topic. The most recently received message is displayed first (´), followed by the list of history messages (µ). First message Second message Third message ➎ ➏ ª ´Company A µ Company A µ Company A 23.50 27.00 22.65 Message history list example Note: Each message indicator (´ or µ) flashes until it has been read. If ªis pointing to the message you want to read, go to Step 6. Otherwise, press x or w until the message you want is at the top of the list. Press u to display the first full screen of message text. If a continuation indicator is displayed (§), the message continues beyond the current screen. 24 ➋ See page 19 for the beginning of the maildrop alert procedures. When you have finished, the super maildrop indicator is either ß (alert off) or † (alert on). Turning the Alert for a Specific Topic On and Off Topic alerts can be turned on only if the entire super maildrop is alertenabled. After assigning a unique alert to the super maildrop, that same alert is used for each alert-enabled topic within that super maildrop. Turning an alert on or off for a topic is the same procedure as for a maildrop alert. ➊ Make sure the topic list is displayed and the topic you want (— or Ø) is at the top of the list. ➋ See page 19 for the beginning of the maildrop alert procedures. When you have finished, the topic indicator is either — (alert off) or Ø (alert on). The Quickview Feature Quickview allows you to read a super maildrop message directly from the Status screen. A quickview “points” directly to a super maildrop topic, which can be read with the press of one button. Without quickview, you would have to go through many steps to read this message. You can assign up to ten quickviews to different topics within the same or different super maildrops. 26 §§§§§§§ ¬© ï q º h Å o Quickview Ç §§§§§§§ ¬© q º Company A ¡ h Å o Ç 23.50 Alert-enabled quickview example (Alert-enabled) quickview where message received First line of quickview message ➋ Press u to display the first full screen of message text. First 8 lines of quickview message Company A 23.50 UP 1.50 Volume 101,500 Daily High 23.50 Daily Low 21.50 Moderate trading today while Wall Street waits § Quickview message example Continuation indicator (flashing) If a continuation indicator is displayed (§), the message continues beyond the current screen. ➌ Reading the rest of a quickview message is the same as reading a personal message. 29 SUPER MAILDROP MESSAGES 27 SUPER MAILDROP MESSAGES Make sure the super maildrop containing the topic you want is highlighted (ßor †) in the Status screen. ➊ Press u. The topic list is displayed. ➋ After using either x or w to position the desired topic at the top of the list, press t to display the Function menu. ➌ Press s to move to ¤(COPY TO QUICKVIEW). ➍ Press t. The selected topic is now a quickview and the pager returns to the list of topics. ➎ Press either x or w to return to the Status screen. In the example, ¤ is displayed, indicating the quickview has been established. Quickview example on the Status screen Receiving/Reading a Quickview Message You can have more than one unread quickview message as indicated by each flashing ¤ or ¡(highlighted) in the Status screen. ➊ If the quickview is alert-disabled, the last message read is still highlighted while ¤ flashes, indicating the quickview slot receiving the latest unread message. Press any directional button until ¤ is highlighted (¡). Last message read §§§∞§§§ ©© q º ¤ h Å o Ç Flashing (alertdisabled) quickview where message was received Alert-disabled quickview example If the quickview is alert-enabled, press any button to stop the alert. The first line of the unread quickview message is displayed while ¡flashes. 28 ➍ When you have finished reading the message, press u until the Status screen is displayed. Note: To save a quickview message, you can only move it to a folder from the super maildrop, not directly from the quickview. For more information, see “Moving Messages to Folders” on page 32. Breaking the Topic/Quickview Relationship FOLDERS Establishing a Quickview Relationship for a Topic SUPER MAILDROP MESSAGES Note: If you use quickview to display a message, you cannot define an alert for it or move it to another folder. You must access the message in the super maildrop topic list to perform these functions. There are two different locations from which you can break a topic relationship with quickview and thus, delete the quickview: • From the ÷ or ¤ displayed in the Status screen (representing the relationship you want to break) • From the quickview message itself (see page 28). Note: This procedure is only for breaking the relationship between a topic and a quickview; no messages are being deleted or moved. ➊ Make sure that quickview is highlighted in the status screen or that you are reading the quickview. ➋ Press t to display the Function menu. ➌ Press s to move to © (REMOVE FROM QUICKVIEW). 30 ➍ Press t. The quickview relationship is broken for this topic. The Most of these folders require the same procedures to move messages to them from the Status screen and between them (except for the Event List, which has additional procedures). The procedures in this section apply either to all folders (as in “Moving Messages to Folders”) or to specific folders (as in “Deleting Messages from the Pager (Emptying the Trash)”). Status screen is displayed, without the ¤ for this topic. Note: You did not delete or move any messages; you only removed the quickview assignment for this topic. Introduction to Folders FOLDERS Moving Messages to Folders FOLDERS Your pager has a system of folders in which you can save specific messages and where you can perform certain tasks upon them. The folders are: • Personal (q)—used to store personal messages • Maildrop (º)—used to store information services messages (maildrop and super maildrop) • Phone List (h)—used to store phone numbers and names • Task List (Å)—used to create a “to do” checklist for specific messages • Event List (o)—used to set an alarm for specific messages • Trash (Ç)—used to store messages to be deleted. 32 31 ➍ If this move was to any folder except the Event List, you have finished Moving Messages Between Folders First line of personal message ª§Call me before you FOLDERS want to open is highlighted: l (Personal Folder), p (Maildrop Folder), r(Phone List), å (Task List), f (Event List) or g (Trash). ➋ Press u to open the folder. A list of messages is displayed. In the example below, a personal message is in the Personal Folder. It is displayed with its personal message indicator (§). FOLDERS this procedure. If this move was to the Event List, go immediately to “Setting Reminder Alarms for Events (the Event List)” on page 39. Note: Any folder containing stored messages no longer displays the FOLDER EMPTY indication when highlighted. Reading Messages in Folders ➊ On the Status screen, press any directional buttons until the folder you Note: After moving a message into a folder, you cannot move it back to the Status screen. It can only be moved to another folder. On the Status screen, make sure the icon representing the message you want to move is highlighted (for example, ∞, ˝, or ¨). ➊ Press t. The Function menu is displayed. ➋ Press s until the desired folder flashes. Note: Either l (Personal Folder) or p (Maildrop Folder) is displayed for the MOVE TO FOLDER function, depending upon whether you have highlighted a personal or a maildrop message. ➌ Press t. The message you highlighted is removed from its slot on the Status screen and is moved to the assigned folder. Before you can move a message from one folder to another, you must first have the message text displayed on the pager. (This is only necessary between folders, not from the Status screen to a folder. To review that procedure, go back to Steps 1 through 4 on page 32.) Note: You can freely move messages between all folders (including the Trash). However, after you have moved a message to a folder, you cannot move it back to the Status screen. ➊ With the text of the message displayed, press t. A folder-specific function menu is displayed as shown in the example below. mçzqÅoÇ Phone List Function Menu ➋ Press s until the target folder (the folder to which you are moving this Message in the Personal Folder example ➌ Press w until the message you want to read is at the top of list. ➍ Press u to begin reading the message. 33 message) flashes. The MOVE TO (folder name) text is displayed, where (folder name) is the name of the target folder. ➌ Press t. The message is moved to the new folder and the pager returns to the Status screen. If this message was the last one in the folder it came from, the Status screen displays FOLDER EMPTY. 34 Rather than having to individually move all previously read personal messages to the Trash, you can move them together using ‹ (MOVE ALL TO TRASH). Note: This function only moves previously read personal messages and is only available on the Status screen. Maildrop and super maildrop messages must be individually moved to the Trash. Make sure a previously read personal message is highlighted (∞) on the Status screen. ➊ Press t to display the Function menu. ➋ Press s until ‹(MOVE ALL TO TRASH) flashes. Trash. Note: To remove these from the pager, you must empty the trash as described in the next procedure. Deleting Messages from the Pager (Emptying the Trash) FOLDERS Moving All Personal Messages to Trash ➌ Press t. All previously read personal messages are moved to the FOLDERS Note: If you are moving this message to the Event List additional steps are involved. See “Setting Reminder Alarms for Events (the Event List)” on page 39. Note: If the message you moved was a super maildrop topic with a quickview relationship, ÷ is highlighted before any new messages are received. When this occurs, only Quickview is displayed on the Status screen when attempting to read the message. This is because quickview is not a folder. 36 35 Maildrop message Personal message Deleting messages from your pager is actually a two-procedure process. After you have moved the message(s) to the Trash, you must use the empty trash function (£)to actually remove the message(s) from your pager’s memory. While messages are in the Trash, they can still be moved to other folders. Only when you empty the trash are you actually deleting the messages from your pager. ➊ On the Status screen, press s until g (TRASH) is highlighted. ➋ Press u. A list of all messages in the Trash is displayed. ➌ Press t. The Trash function menu is displayed. ➍ Press s until EMPTY TRASH (£) is displayed as shown in the example on the next page. Note: £ is only displayed when there are messages in the Trash. ➎ Press t. The prompt EMPTY TRASH? is displayed with § pointing at t. ➋ Press u. The Task List is opened and a list of tasks is displayed. ª´Sports Update: § Call me before Uncompleted task Uncompleted task Completed task Uncompleted task EMPTY TRASH Completing Your Tasks in the Task Folder The Task Folder can turn your messages into a checklist of things to do. After you move a message into the Task List, the message indicator is changed to ‘. Upon completion of this task, you can mark it complete (ä). ➊ On the Status screen, press s until å (TASK LIST) is highlighted. FOLDERS ➏ Trash function menu example Note: If you continue with this procedure, all messages in the Trash are deleted, not just the one at the top of the list. Press t. The messages are deleted from the pager. The pager returns to the Status screen which displays FOLDER EMPTY, indicating all messages have been deleted from the Trash. FOLDERS mçz£ºhÅo ª ‘Call Mary at work. ‘Call me before ä Call John at home. ‘Send your mother Task messages in Task List example ➌ Press w until the task you want to complete is at the top of the list. ➍ Press t. The Task List function menu is displayed. ➎ Press s until ¶ (SET TASK STATUS) is flashing. Uncompleted task Uncompleted task Completed task Uncompleted task ª ‘Call Mary at work. ‘Call me before ä Call John at home. ‘Send your mother SET TASK STATUS mçz¶ºhÅoÇ Task List function menu example 37 38 ➊ ➋ ➌ ➍ Setting Reminder Alarms for Events (the Event List) Note: You must set the reminder alarm for the event before the pager reverts to Standby mode, otherwise, the move does not take effect and you will have to move the message to this folder again. As soon as you move the message to the Event List, a screen similar to the example below is displayed. Note: The time and date default to the current time and date. Alarm indicator FOLDERS been completed and will be moved to the Trash Folder at midnight (unless you move it to another folder). Note: Although the task has been completed, it does not move to a different position within the Task List. As per the example above, the completed task remains in the third position on the list. ➐ To complete more tasks, repeat Steps 4 and 5 as necessary. FOLDERS ➏ Press t. The message indicator changes from ‘to ä. This task has “12:00 PM 05/03/00 SET EVENT TIME ➎ ➏ ➐ ➑ Press s to move to the hour field. Press x and/or w until the hour of the alarm is set. Press s to move to first minute field. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until you have set the second minute, method of time measurement, and date fields for the alarm. Note: You can set a daily alarm by selecting --/--/-- in the date field. Press t. The alarm is set and the pager returns to the Status screen. When the event’s alarm time is reached, the alarm is emitted (depending upon the alert mode [either audible or vibrate]). Press any button to stop the alarm. f is flashing. Press u to open the Event List. The indicator has changed from £ to ® as shown below. If this is a one-time only alarm, the message is automatically moved to the Trash at midnight. Otherwise, the message remains in the Event List until it is manually moved to another folder. π Event List indicator and time and date alarm expired Set Event Time example 40 39 ➒ Press u again to read the message. › [email protected]:@#Ç Á )%/[email protected] ª ®12:23PM 05/12 Call Mary at Event List expired alarm message example Battery Gauge Located on the Status screen, the battery gauge indicator displays the battery energy level. The five indicators range from full to low: › (full), a (3/4), b (1/2), c(1/4), and d (low). Note: If you move an Event List message with its reminder alarm set to any other folder, it loses its alarm. If you move it back to the Event List, you must reset the reminder alarm. If the same message is received more than once, DUPLICATE is displayed at the beginning of the new message. This new message also contains the latest time and date stamp. 41 FEATURES Duplicate Messages There are various reasons why you might need to reset the reminder alarm.You may need to remind yourself about an event for which the onetime reminder alarm has already expired, or you might need to change the alarm time number. Whatever the reason, you can reset the reminder alarm. In the Event List, make sure the event you want is at the top of the list. ➊ Press t to display the Function menu. ➋ Press s until ø (SET EVENT TIME) flashes. ➌ Press t. Reset the reminder alarm using the steps in “Setting Reminder Alarms for Events (the Event List)” on page 39. FOLDERS Changing the Reminder Alarm (in the Event List) Emergency Call Any of the three message types (personal, maildrop, or super maildrop) can be used to send an emergency call. The emergency message immediately displays on the pager, regardless of the pager’s alert mode. A unique alert emits—different from any other alert on the pager—and EMERGENCY CALL is displayed, indicating this type of message has been transmitted. Read this message as you would any other. For information about how to send an emergency call message, contact your service provider. 42 Errored Data Indicator Missing Fragment Indicators If errored data is received, ” flashes in the character position where the errored data was received. If a portion of the message has not been received, either the <...> (for alphanumeric) or _____ (for long numeric) missing fragment indicator is displayed. Key Click There are two different situations that can produce a memory full condition: either all 26 personal message slots are occupied; or there is space for less than 130 characters in memory. When this condition is reached, ƒ is displayed on the Status screen. If a new personal message or any message containing more than 130 characters is received, the oldest personal message is overwritten. Until this condition is corrected (by deleting unwanted messages or emptying the Trash), messages will continue to be overwritten. FEATURES Memory Full Indicator Out of Range FEATURES If your pager is equipped with this feature and the pager is in audible alert mode (π), a “click” is emitted whenever a button is pressed. If the pager is in silent alert mode (∫), no “click” is emitted.Memory Full Indicator If your pager is equipped with this feature, and if you are outside your paging coverage area, ù is displayed. As long as ù is displayed, your pager cannot receive messages. Cleaning Your Pager To clean smudges and grime from the exterior of your pager, use a soft, non-abrasive cloth moistened in a mild soap and water solution. Use a second cloth moistened in clean water to wipe the surface clean. Do not immerse in water. Do not use alcohol or other cleaning solutions. Functionality and Use of Your Pager For questions pertaining to the functions and use of your Motorola pager please visit our web site at www.motorola.com/pagers. For questions pertaining to your paging service, contact your paging service provider. 44 43 Replacing the Battery Battery Information Your Motorola CP1250 pager operates with one AAA-size alkaline battery. Note: Installing the battery incorrectly could result in resetting the alert mode and time to their default settings, and all messages could be deleted. 45 BATTERY The CP1250 pagers are durable, reliable, and will provide years service; however, they are precision electronic products. Water and moisture, excessive heat, and extreme shock may damage the pager components and impair the optical quality of the display. Do not expose your pager to these conditions. If repair is required, the Motorola Service Organization, staffed with specially trained technicians, offers repair and maintenance facilities throughout the world. You can protect your pager purchase with an optional extended warranty covering parts and labor. For more information about warranties, please contact your paging service provider or retailer. USE AND CARE Care and Maintenance ➊ Turn the pager off and place the pager with the display side down as shown. ➊ Unlock the battery door by sliding the door lock away from the battery door. ➋ ➋ Slide the battery door in the direction of the arrow indication on the battery door. ➌ Lift the battery door away from the housing to remove it. ➍ Lift the battery out of the battery compartment, noting the positive (+) and negative (-) markings on both the battery and the pager housing. ➎ Insert the new battery. Make sure you match the positive and negative markings on the battery with those on the pager housing. ➏ Align the grooves on the battery door with the grooves on the pager housing and slide the battery door closed. ➐ Slide the battery door lock toward the bottom of the pager to lock the battery door. 46 Patent Information NOTES PATENTS This Motorola product is manufactured under one or more Motorola U.S. patents. These patent numbers are listed inside the housing of this product. Other U.S. patents for this product are pending. 49 © 1998 by Motorola, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Paging Products Group 1500 Gateway Blvd., Boynton Beach, FL 33426-8292 Printed in U.S.A. 6/98 6881032B60-O NOTES t, Motorola, Motorola CP1250 Advanced Information Services Word Messaging Pager, FLEX™ info, and Fare trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola, Inc. Reg. U.S. Pat. & Tm. Off. @[email protected] 48 47 Motorola CP1250 Word Pager Quick Reference Card Pager Indicators (top line of pager) Message Icons ∂ On On, Quiet Time enabled π Audible alert mode ≤ Pager alarm enabled ƒ Memory full ›Battery full indicator aBattery 3/4 full indicator bBattery 1/2 full indicator cBattery 1/4 full indicator dBattery low indicator ù Out of range indicator ∞ ∑ § Ø ´ ¬ © Ø — µ Personal message, selected Personal message, unselected Maildrop message, alert enabled, unselected* Maildrop message, alert disabled, unselected* Super maildrop message, alert enabled, unselected* Super maildrop message, alert disabled, unselected* Topic, alert enabled Topic, alert disabled History message *These icons, when selected, are displayed in reverse video. Function Icons (bottom line of pager) ÏÓ • ‘ ä £ ➊ ➋ ➌ ➍ ➎ “ Quick Steps Press t until ESCAPE is displayed. Press v until i is displayed. Press t. and then w or x. Press s to move to the alarm indicator. Press w or x until “(alarm on) is displayed. Event List message, alarm expired Quick View message Errored data indicator ” <.> Alphanumeric missing fragment indicator _____ Long numeric missing fragment indicator Truncated message ® ï ≠ Folder Icons q º Personal Folder, unselected* Maildrop Folder, unselected* h Phone List, unselected* Å o Ç Task List, unselected* Event List, unselected* Trash Folder, unselected* *These icons, when selected, are displayed in reverse video. ➊ On the Function menu, press v ➋ ➌ ➍ ➏ Press s to move to the next field. ➐ Repeat Steps 5–6 to adjust the hour, ➑ minutes, time measurement fields (if a daily alarm) plus month, date, and year fields (if a one-time alarm). Press t to accept the alarm setting. until j is displayed. Press t. Press w or x to turn on (√) or turn off (ó) quiet time. If turning off, skip to Step 8. Press s to move to the starting hour field. ➎ Press w or x to adjust the hour. ➏ Repeat Steps 4–5 to set both of the ➐ ➑ minute fields and the time measurement method. Repeat Steps 4–5 until the end time is set. Press t to accept the quiet time setting. Setting Reminder Alarms for Events ➊ With the SET EVENT TIME screen ø Setting the Pager Alarm Continuation indicators (up and down) Phone List message Task List message, not completed Task List message, completed Event List message, alarm active Turning Quiet TIme On and Off Alarm enabled indicator ™ Alarm disabled indicator √ Quiet Time enabled indicator ó Quiet Time disabled indicator n Choose Maildrop Alert function ¤ Quick View function enabled © Quick View function disabled ¶ Set Task Status function £ Empty Trash function e Choose Alert function i Set Time/Alarm function j Set Quiet Time function m Zoom In function y Zoom Out function k Set Silent Alert function ¥ Set Audible Alert function ç Turn Off function z Escape function Set time indicator Message Icons (continued) ➋ ➌ ➍ displayed (the message has just been moved to the Event List), press s to move to the hour field. Press w or x to select the hour. Press s to move to the first minutes field. Repeat Steps 2–3 until you have set the second minute, time ➎ ➏ ➐ ➑ measurement method, and date fields (if one-time only) for the alarm. Press t to set the reminder alarm. When the alarm time is reached and the alarm is emitted, press any button. Press u to open the Event List. Press u to read the message.
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