ADT Security Services SCW9047-433 Home Security System User Manual

iQue M5
®
integrated handheld
operating instructions
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November 2004
Garmin Part Number 190-00427-00 Rev. A
Limited Warranty
Limited Warranty
The iQue® M5 is warranted to be free from defects in materials or workmanship for one year from the date of purchase. Within this period,
Garmin will, at its sole option, repair or replace any components that fail in normal use. Such repairs or replacement will be made at no charge
to the customer for parts or labor, provided that the customer shall be responsible for any transportation cost. This warranty does not cover
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SUCH REMEDY SHALL BE YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY.
To obtain warranty service, call your local Garmin authorized dealer. Or call Garmin Product Support at one of the numbers listed below for
shipping instructions and an RMA tracking number. The unit should be securely packed with the tracking number clearly written on the outside
of the package. The unit should be sent, freight charges prepaid, to any Garmin warranty service station. A copy of the original sales receipt is
required as the proof of purchase for warranty repairs.
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Romsey, SO51, 9DL, U.K.
Phone: 44/0870.8501241
Fax: 44/0870.8501251
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Lithium-Ion Polymer Battery Information
Lithium-Ion Polymer Battery Information
Your iQue M5 contains a replaceable lithium-ion polymer battery. Please observe the following cautions:
• Do not store at or use the unit or battery in temperatures above 60° C (140° F). Do not store or use the unit or battery near a heat source,
such as a radiator, stove, fireplace, or other heat-generating source. If the unit or battery are exposed to temperatures above 60° C
(140° F), the battery in the unit could explode or vent, posing a risk of fire.
• Do not use any chargers not specified by Garmin. Do not charge the battery under conditions not specified by Garmin, as it may leak
electrolytes, become hot, or explode.
• Do not put the unit and battery into a fire, as it may swell or explode. Do not use near any type of heat source. If the battery leaks
electrolytes or emits a strange smell, discontinue use and move the unit or battery away from the heat source.
• Do not submerge the unit or battery in water or any type of liquid. Do not expose the unit or battery to any type of water, such as rain or
moisture, as it might corrode, become hot, or occasionally not function.
• Keep the unit and battery out of reach of babies and children to avoid any accidents.
• Do not put the unit or battery in a microwave oven or pressure cooker.
• Although rechargeable, the battery has a limited life-span. Replace when usage time between charges become short.
• If there are any problems with the battery, keep the battery in a safe place and immediately contact Garmin.
• If the battery must be disposed of, contact your local waste disposal department for information on properly disposing of
lithium-ion polymer batteries.
• Do not store the battery in a pocket or bag together with metallic objects such as keys, necklaces, hairpins, coins, or screws.
• Do not pierce the battery with a sharp object, such as a needle or screwdriver.
• Do not disassemble the battery or modify the battery design, including the electric circuit.
• Do not hit the battery with a heavy object. Do not step on the battery, throw it, or drop it on a hard surface.
• Do not heat any area of the battery with a heated object, such as a soldering iron.
Warnings
WARNING: This product, its packaging, and its components contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects,
or reproductive harm. This Notice is being provided in accordance with California’s Proposition 65. If you have any questions or would like
additional information, please refer to our Web site at http://www.garmin.com/prop65.
The iQue M5 has no user-serviceable parts. Should you ever encounter a problem with your unit, please take it to an authorized Garmin dealer
for repairs.
The iQue M5 is fastened shut with screws. Any attempt to open the case to change or modify the unit in any way will void your warranty and
may result in permanent damage to the equipment.
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Getting Started: Chapter 1 Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1: GETTING STARTED
Introduction ................................................... 1
Get to Know Your iQue M5........................... 2
Using the Stylus .......................................................... 3
The Today Screen ....................................................... 3
Opening Programs ...................................................... 4
Navigation Bar and Command Bar ............................ 5
Pop-up Menus ............................................................. 5
Notifications ............................................................... 5
Entering Information on Your iQue M5 ....... 6
Entering Text Using the Input Panel........................... 6
Editing Text ................................................................ 7
Entering Dates ............................................................ 8
Writing on the Screen ................................................. 8
Drawing on the Screen ............................................... 9
Recording a Message .................................................. 9
Finding Information .................................... 10
Organizing Information .............................. 10
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Getting Started: Introduction
CHAPTER 1: GETTING STARTED
Introduction
Congratulations on purchasing an iQue® M5! Using your new iQue M5, you can keep your most important business and personal
information up-to-date and close at hand. Microsoft® ActiveSync® increases the power of your device by allowing you to
synchronize the information on your desktop or laptop computer with your device. Picture yourself in the following situations:
• While you are walking with a colleague, your cell phone rings, and your manager asks if you two are free this afternoon for
an emergency meeting. While your colleague fumbles through his paper organizer, you press a button on your device and
instantly see a list of today’s appointments and meetings. You are quickly able to tell your manager your available times. For
more information on scheduling appointments and meetings, see Chapter 3.
• You are meeting your friends tonight for dinner and a movie. You download the latest movie information from the Internet
to your desktop computer and then synchronize it with your device. At dinner, you pull out your iQue M5 and review your
movie options with your friends. For more information on downloading Web pages to your device, see Chapter 7.
• A Calendar reminder alerts you that it is time to catch the bus. You grab your iQue M5 and catch the bus just in time. Because
ActiveSync keeps the information on your device up-to-date, you leisurely review your task list, make notes about the new
books and CDs you want to buy, and read and respond to e-mail messages. When you get back to the office, ActiveSync
transfers any task changes you made, your notes, and your e-mail message responses to your desktop computer. For more
information on ActiveSync, see Chapter 2.
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Getting Started: Get to Know Your iQue M5
Get to Know Your iQue M5
Your iQue M5 has easy-to-use buttons that open programs and a stylus for selecting items and entering information.
Battery Status LED
Bluetooth Status LED
Power button
Stylus
Microphone/Speaker
REC button
(on side of unit)
GPS Antenna Release
GPS Antenna
Removable battery door
Calendar button
Que button
Contacts button
Messaging button
Reset button (on bottom of unit)
Scroll button
Audio Jack
SD Card Slot
Infrared (IR) Window
Stylus
External Antenna
Connector (covered by
weather cap)
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Using the Stylus
On your device, use the stylus to select items just as you would use a mouse on your personal computer.
• Tap—Touch the screen once with the stylus to open items and select options.
• Drag—Hold the stylus on the screen and drag across the screen to select text and images. Drag the stylus in a list to select
multiple items. If you select an item by accident, drag the stylus away from the item to deselect.
• Tap and Hold—Tap and hold the stylus on an item to see a pop-up menu for that item. Before the menu appears, you
will see a blue circle of dots that indicates you are opening a menu. On the pop-up menu that appears, tap the action you
want to perform.
The Today Screen
When you turn on your device for the first time each day (or after 4 hours of inactivity), you will see the Today screen. You can also
display it by tapping Start
and then Today. On the Today screen, you can see important information for the day at a glance.
Tap to open System Status window.
Tap to view connection status.
Tap to open a program.
Tap to change volume of sounds
Tap each shortcut to open a
program.
Tap to change date and time.
Tap to view your messages.
Shows current GPS status.
Shows your next
upcoming
appointment.
Tap to view your
active tasks.
Tap to change
owner information.
Tap to create a
new item.
Tap to enable Bluetooth or
open Bluetooth software.
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Opening Programs
You can switch from one program to another by selecting it from the Start
menu. (You can customize which programs you see
on this menu. For information, see “To place programs in the Start Menu,” Chapter 10.) To access some programs, you need to tap
Start
, Programs, and then the program name.
You can also switch to some programs by pressing the program buttons on your device or by tapping the program icon in the
Shortcut bar on the Today screen.
The following table contains a partial list of programs installed on your iQue M5. You can install additional applications at
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile or from the Companion CD.
Icon
Program
What You Can Do
ActiveSync
Synchronize information between your iQue M5 and
desktop computer.
Calculator
Perform basic arithmetic and computations.
Calendar
Keep track of your appointments and create
meeting requests.
Contacts
Keep track of your friends and colleagues.
Messaging
Send and receive e-mail messages.
MSN Messenger
Send and receive instant messages with your MSN
Messenger contacts.
Notes
Create handwritten or typed notes, drawings, and recordings.
Pictures
Manage and manipulate image files.
Pocket Excel
Pocket MSN
Pocket Word
Que™
Create new workbooks or view and edit Excel workbooks
created on your desktop computer.
Browse Web and WAP sites and download new programs
and files from the Internet.
Create new documents or view and edit Word documents
created on your desktop computer.
View your current position on the map, create and save
Locations in memory, and navigate routes.
Tasks
Keep track of your tasks.
Terminal Services Client
Remotely access files and information on a Windows
NT/2000/XP Server.
Windows Media Player 10
Play multimedia content (videos and sound files).
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Navigation Bar and Command Bar
The navigation bar is located at the top of the screen. It displays the active program and current time and allows you to switch
between programs and close screens.
The Navigation Bar
Use the command bar at the bottom of the screen to perform tasks in programs. The command bar includes menu names, buttons,
and the Input Panel button . To create a new item in the current program, tap New. To open a menu or see what action a button
performs, tap and hold the stylus on the button. If you do not want to activate the button, simply tap anywhere outside the menu or
drag the stylus away from the button.
Input Panel button
The Command Bar
Pop-up Menus
Pop-up menus allow you to perform actions quickly and easily. For example, you can open a pop-up menu in the Contact list and
quickly delete a contact, make a copy of a contact, or send an e-mail message to a contact. The actions in pop-up menus vary from
program to program. To access a pop-up menu, tap and hold the stylus on any item in a list. A blue circle of dots appears to show
you where you are pressing on the screen. When the menu appears, lift the stylus and tap the action you want to perform. Tap
anywhere outside the menu to close the menu without selecting any of the options.
An example of a pop-up menu.
Notifications
Your iQue M5 helps you remember appointments, tasks, and alarms in a variety of ways. You may see or hear any of the following
notifications:
• A message box that appears on the screen.
• A sound (which you can specify). You can also set the unit to vibrate instead of playing a sound.
• A flashing light on the upper right-hand corner of the iQue M5.
See “To change notifications” in Chapter 10 to change the way your iQue M5 notifies you of upcoming events.
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Entering Information on Your iQue M5
You have several options for entering new information:
• Use the input panel to enter typed text, either by using the soft keyboard or another input method.
• Write directly on the screen.
• Draw pictures on the screen.
• Speak into your device microphone to record a message.
• Use ActiveSync to synchronize or copy information from your desktop computer to your device. For more information on
ActiveSync, see Chapter 2.
Entering Text Using the Input Panel
Use the input panel to enter information in any program on your device. You can type using the soft keyboard or write using
Letter Recognizer, Block Recognizer, or Transcriber. When using each input panel method, the characters appear as typed text on
the screen.
To show or hide the input panel, tap the Input Panel button
typing or writing.
. Tap the arrow next to the Input Panel button to choose a method for
When you use the input panel, your device anticipates the word you are typing or writing and displays it above the input panel.
When you tap the displayed word, it is inserted into your text at the blinking cursor. As you continue to use your device, it learns to
anticipate more and more words.
Tap here if this is
the right word.
With the soft keyboard, you can tap letters to enter information. Letter Recognizer allows you to write letters using the stylus just as
you would on paper. With Block Recognizer you can input character strokes with the stylus that are similar to those used on other
devices. Using Transcriber you can write anywhere on the screen with the stylus, just as you would on paper. Write a sentence or
more of information, then pause and let Transcriber change the written characters to typed characters.
To type with the soft keyboard:
1. Tap the arrow next to the Input Panel button
and then tap Keyboard.
2. On the soft keyboard that is displayed, tap the keyboard keys with your stylus.
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To write with Letter Recognizer:
1. Tap the arrow next to the Input Panel button and then tap Letter Recognizer.
2. Write letters in the box just as you would write on paper.
Letter Recognizer
To write with Block Recognizer:
1. Tap the arrow next to the Input Panel button and then tap Block Recognizer.
2. Write a letter in the box.
Block Recognizer
To write with Transcriber:
1. Tap the arrow next to the Input Panel button and then tap Transcriber.
2. Write anywhere on the screen.
Transcriber
Editing Text
If you want to edit or format typed text, you must select it first. Simply drag the stylus across the text you want to select. You can
cut, copy, and paste text by tapping and holding the selected words and then tapping the appropriate command on the pop-up menu.
You can also use the Edit menu.
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Getting Started: Entering Information on Your iQue M5
Entering Dates
Many applications ask you for a date as input, such as “June 18, 2006.” All standard Windows Mobile™-based applications use the
same form to assist in this process.
Entering a date on the calendar.
To enter dates:
1. Tap the date field you want to change.
2. Tap the left or right arrows at the top of the calendar to move between months. You can also tap the month and
choose a specific month from a menu.
3. Tap the year, and then tap the up and down arrows to change the year. You can also use the Input Panel to
enter a year.
4. Tap the day on the calendar to select the date you want. Tap Today to choose today’s date.
Writing on the Screen
In the Notes program and in the Notes tab in Calendar, Contacts, and Tasks, you can use your stylus to write directly on the screen.
Write the way you do on paper. You can edit and format what you have written and convert the information to text at a later time.
To write on the screen:
1. Tap the Pen icon
to switch to writing mode.
2. Write anywhere on the screen.
To select writing:
1. Tap and hold the stylus next to the text you want to select until the cursor appears.
2. Without lifting, drag the stylus across the text you want to select.
To convert writing to text:
1. Select the writing you want to convert to text. (This is necessary only if you wish to convert part of your writing rather
than all of it.)
2. Tap Tools and then tap Recognize.
If the conversion is incorrect, you can select different words from a list of alternates or return to the original writing.
To select alternate words:
1. Tap and hold the incorrect word (tap one word at a time).
2. From the pop-up menu, tap Alternates. A menu with a list of alternate words appears.
3. Tap the word you want to use or tap the writing at the top of the menu to return to the original writing.
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Try these tips for good recognition:
• Write neatly.
• Write on the lines and draw descenders below the line. Write the cross of the “t” and apostrophes below the top line so that
they are not confused with the word above. Write periods and commas above the line.
• For better recognition, try increasing the zoom level to 300% using the Tools menu.
• Write the letters of a word closely and leave big gaps between words so the device can easily tell where words begin and end.
• Note that hyphenated words, foreign words that use special characters such as accents, and some punctuation cannot
be converted.
• Note that you cannot change words that have already been recognized by writing over them with the stylus.
Drawing on the Screen
You can draw on the screen in the same way that you write on the screen. The difference between writing and drawing on the screen
is how you select items and how they can be edited. For example, selected drawings can be resized, whereas writing cannot.
To create a drawing, select the Pen icon
and simply cross three ruled lines on your first stroke. A drawing box appears.
Subsequent strokes inside or touching the drawing box become part of the drawing. Drawings that do not cross three ruled lines will
be treated as writing.
To edit a drawing:
1. Tap and hold the stylus on the drawing until the selection handle (looks like a “+”) appears.
2. Drag the selection handle to select the drawing.
3. Tap and drag to move the drawing.
4. Tap the Edit menu or tap and hold on the drawing to cut, copy, or paste the drawing.
Recording a Message
In any program where you can write or draw on the screen, you can also quickly capture thoughts, reminders, and phone numbers
by recording a message. In Calendar, Contacts, and Tasks, you can include a recording in the Notes tab. In the Notes program, you
can either create a stand-alone recording or include a recording in a written note. If you want to include the recording in a note,
open the note first. In Messaging, you can add a recording to an e-mail message.
Recording in Notes.
To create a recording:
1. Hold the microphone on your iQue M5 near your mouth or other source of sound.
2. Press and hold the Record hardware button on your device until you hear a beep.
3. While holding down the Record button, make your recording.
4. To stop recording, release the Record button. The new recording appears in the note list or as an embedded icon.
5. To play a recording, tap it in the list or tap the embedded recording icon
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Getting Started: Finding and Organizing Information
Finding Information
The Find feature on your device helps you quickly locate information. Use it to find files or folders, especially large files that may
be taking up needed space.
To find files, folders, or text:
1. Tap
, Programs, and then Find.
2. Tap the Find field and enter the name of the file, folder, or text you want to find.
3. Tap the Type drop-down menu and select what type of file you are searching for.
NOTE: If you are trying to find files or folders that are taking up storage space, choose “Larger than 64 KB” from the
Type menu.
4. Tap Go.
Tap here and enter the
name of the file or folder
you are looking for.
Tap to begin
searching for
files or folders.
Tap here to specify
the type of data you
are searching for.
The results of your
search appear here.
Organizing Information
You can easily move and organize files and folders with File Explorer. To open, tap
and hold to cut, copy, paste, rename, or delete files and folders.
Tap to show hierarchy.
The dot represents your
current location. Tap to
move up in the hierarchy.
, Programs, and then File Explorer. Tap
Shows all files and folders in
My Documents.
Tap to move, copy,
delete, rename, or
beam files or folders.
Tap for network sharing.
Tap to view storage card files.
Tap to open a path.
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ActiveSync: Chapter 2 Table of Contents
CHAPTER 2: ACTIVESYNC
Introduction ...................................................................................12
Choosing What Data to Synchronize ..........................................12
Choosing When to Synchronize .................................................13
Moving Files between Your Desktop Computer and iQue M5 ..13
Adding and Removing Programs ................................................14
Backing Up Files and Settings ....................................................16
Synchronizing with an Exchange Server ...................................17
Synchronizing Remotely with Infrared .......................................17
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ActiveSync: Choosing What Data to Synchronize
CHAPTER 2: ACTIVESYNC
Introduction
Using Microsoft® ActiveSync®, you can synchronize the information on your desktop computer with the information on your iQue
M5. Synchronization compares the data on your iQue M5 with your desktop computer and updates both computers with the most
recent information.
With ActiveSync, you can manage what information is stored on your iQue M5:
• Select which information types are synchronized and control how much data is synchronized.
• Control when synchronization happens.
• Copy (rather than synchronize) files between your device and desktop computer.
• Add or remove programs.
• Back up and restore data.
• Synchronize remotely or with an Exchange server.
You should have already installed ActiveSync on your desktop computer and synchronized for the first time. If you have not done
this, please refer to the Setup Guide included with the Setup CD for instructions.
Choosing What Data to Synchronize
Because your iQue M5 has a limited amount of storage space (64 MB RAM), we recommend that you limit the amount of
information you synchronize or store. For example, you can limit the number of Calendar appointments you synchronize between
your desktop and your iQue M5 to save storage space. You can change these settings on your desktop computer.
To change what types of information to synchronize:
1. Open Microsoft ActiveSync on your desktop computer.
2. Click Options.
3. Click to check the box next to each type of information you want to
share between your desktop computer and your iQue M5.
4. Click OK.
To limit how much information is synchronized:
1. From ActiveSync on your desktop computer, click Options.
2. Click to highlight Calendar from the list of programs.
3. Click Settings.
4. Check options to limit how many appointments you want to
synchronize. Click OK.
5. Repeat for each type of information you synchronize.
6. Click OK.
Customize your ActiveSync settings by clicking Options.
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ActiveSync: Choosing When to Synchronize
Choosing When to Synchronize
You may find that you want to synchronize less frequently or only at certain times. You can control how often you would like to
synchronize information by changing settings in ActiveSync on your desktop computer.
To change when synchronization happens:
1. Open Microsoft ActiveSync on your desktop computer.
2. Click Options and then the Schedule tab.
3. Click to choose how often you would like to synchronize information. If you choose “Synchronize manually,” you
must open ActiveSync and click Sync each time you want to synchronize data.
4. Click OK.
Changing when synchronization happens
Moving Files between Your Desktop Computer and iQue M5
You may want to move files or folders between your desktop and your iQue M5 without having to synchronize that information.
This works well for files you do not need to update or for files that you cannot synchronize, like pictures. Moving files and folders
onto your iQue M5 is just like moving them from one location to another on your personal computer. For more help, refer to your
desktop computer help files.
NOTE: You may have trouble transferring large files (> 50 MB) to your SD card. This is best done with a separate data
card reader, rather than transferring them directly to the card in your iQue M5.
To move files or folders:
1. Open ActiveSync on your desktop computer.
2. Click Explore. This window shows all files and folders stored on your iQue M5.
3. To move files to your iQue M5, click and drag files or folders from your desktop computer to this window. You can
also Cut, Copy, and Paste to move files.
4. To move files to your desktop computer, click and drag files or folders from this window to your desktop computer.
You can also Cut, Copy, and Paste.
NOTE: ActiveSync may ned to convert files when synchronizing between your mobile device and the desktop computer. A
converted file may not contain all the information found in the original file.
Exploring your iQue M5 on your computer
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ActiveSync: Adding and Removing Programs
Adding and Removing Programs
Programs added to your iQue M5 at the factory are stored in ROM (read-only memory). You cannot remove this software, and you
will never accidentally lose ROM contents. All other programs and data files added to your device after factory installation are
stored in RAM (random access memory), including any software you load from your iQue M5 setup CD.
You can install any program created for your iQue M5, as long as it has enough memory. The program must be compatible with an
ARM processor, or it will not work on your iQue M5. Look for programs online at http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile.
To add programs:
1. Be sure this program is compatible with your iQue M5 (ARM processor).
2. Download the program to your desktop computer (or insert the CD or disk that contains the program into your desktop computer). You may see a single *.cab, *.xip, *.exe, or *.zip file, a Setup.exe file, or several versions of files for
different device types and processors. Be sure to select the program designed for ARM devices.
3. Read any installation instructions, Read Me files, or documentation that comes with the program. Many programs
provide special installation instructions.
4. Connect your device to your desktop computer.
5. Double-click the *.exe file.
NOTE: If the file is an installer, the installation wizard will begin. Follow the directions on the screen. Once the software
has been installed on your desktop computer, the installer will automatically transfer the software to your device.
NOTE: If the file is not an installer, you will see an error message stating that the program is valid but it is designed for a
different type of computer. You will need to move this file to your device. See “Moving Files between your Desktop Computer and your iQue M5.”
6. Once installation is complete, tap Programs, and then the program icon to open.
To add programs directly from the Internet:
1. Open Pocket Internet Explorer on your iQue M5 and connect to the Internet to search for programs you want
to download.
2. Once you find a program, download it to your iQue M5. You may see a single *.xip, *.exe or *.zip file, a Setup.exe
file, or several versions of files for different device types and processors. Be sure to select the program designed for
ARM processors.
3. Read any installation instructions, Read Me files, or documentation that comes with the program. Many programs
provide special installation instructions.
4. Tap the file, such as a *.cab, *.xip or *.exe file. The installation wizard will begin. Follow the directions on the screen.
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ActiveSync: Adding and Removing Programs
To add programs to your Start menu from ActiveSync:
1. Open ActiveSync on your desktop computer.
2. Click Explore.
3. Locate the program file. Right click on the program file name and click Create Shortcut.
4. Right-click the shortcut and choose Cut. Open My Pocket PC, Windows, and the Start Menu folder. Right-click
and choose Paste.
To add programs to your Start menu from your iQue M5:
1. Tap
and then Settings.
2. Tap the System tab. Then tap Menus.
3. Tap to check the items you want to include in the
Start menu. Unchecked items appear in the Programs menu.
NOTE: This method of adding programs only works if a shortcut to the program already appears in the Programs folder.
To add programs to the Start menu that do not appear in the list, follow the instructions below.
OR
1. Tap
, Programs, and then File Explorer.
2. From the pull-down menu, select My Device to view all files and folders on your iQue M5. Locate the program file.
3. Tap and hold on the program file and choose Cut from the pop-up menu.
4. From My Device, tap the Windows folder and then the Start Menu folder. Tap and hold on a blank area inside this
folder and choose Paste from the pop-up menu.
To remove programs with ActiveSync:
1. Launch ActiveSync on your desktop computer.
2. From the Tools menu, select Add/Remove Programs.
2. Highlight the name of the program you want to remove from your iQue M5.
3. Click Remove.
4. Follow the on-screen instructions.
To remove programs on your iQue M5:
1. Tap
, Settings, the System tab, and then Remove Programs.
2. Tap to highlight the program you want to remove; then tap Remove.
NOTE: If the program does not appear in the list of installed programs, use File Explorer on your device to locate the
program, tap and hold the program, and then tap Delete on the pop-up menu.
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ActiveSync: Backing Up Files and Settings
Backing Up Files and Settings
It is important to back up your iQue M5 files and settings periodically. When you back up files with ActiveSync, you will store an
“image” of what files, folders, and settings are like on your iQue M5. Then, if you lose data for some reason, you can restore your
iQue to the last “image” you saved.
You can also back up files and settings on an SD card or in safe storage on your iQue M5. To do so, use Sprite Backup software as
described in Chapter 9.
Backing up files from your iQue M5 to your computer
To back up files and settings:
1. Open ActiveSync on your desktop computer.
2. From the Tools menu, choose Backup/Restore.
3. Choose whether you want to do a full backup (saves all information) or an incremental backup (saves any information that has changed since last backup).
4. Choose where you want to save the back up file. If you want to back up your iQue M5 each time you synchronize,
check the box next to “Automatically back up each time the device connects.”
5. Click Back Up Now.
NOTE: Do not use your iQue M5 before you are finished backing up files. If you do, the back up process may fail.
To restore your iQue M5 to the last backup state:
1. Open ActiveSync on your desktop computer.
2. From the Tools menu, choose Backup/Restore. Click the Restore tab.
3. Click Restore Now.
NOTE: Any information that has changed on your iQue M5 since your last backup will be erased by the restore process.
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ActiveSync: Synchronizing with an Exchange Server
Synchronizing with an Exchange Server
If your company has installed Microsoft Exchange Server with Exchange Server ActiveSync, you can synchronize between your
iQue M5 and a server. Note that you can only synchronize with a server or with your desktop computer, not both.
For more information on setting up and synchronizing with an Exchange server, refer to the ActiveSync help files on your desktop
(with ActiveSync open, press F1 on your keyboard or choose Microsoft ActiveSync Help from the Help menu).
Synchronizing Remotely with Infrared
If you have a desktop or laptop with an Infrared (IR) port, you can synchronize remotely with IR. Make sure IR ports on your
computer and your iQue M5 are lined up with no objects between them.
To synchronize remotely with IR:
1. Tap
and then ActiveSync on your iQue M5.
2. Tap Tools and then Connect via IR. ActiveSync will automatically make the IR connection.
Synchronizing after Restoring from Sprite Backup
When you try to synchronize your iQue M5 with your personal computer after restoring data from a Sprite Backup operation, you
may receive a message like this: “The following information type on your mobile device has items that have not been synchronized
with this computer before.” This message is expected and unavoidable, even though you have already synchronized data with
your computer in the past. Choose Combine to add the information on your PC to that on your iQue M5. Replace removes all
entries from your iQue M5 and resynchronizes everything. In most cases, we recommend that you choose Combine; if you choose
Replace, you may important delete information that you just restored from Sprite Backup.
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Pocket Outlook: Chapter 3 Table of Contents
CHAPTER 3: POCKET OUTLOOK
Calendar: Scheduling Appointments and Meetings........... 19
Using the Summary Screen ...................................................................... 21
Creating Meeting Requests....................................................................... 21
Contacts: Tracking Friends and Colleagues ....................... 22
Using the Summary Screen ...................................................................... 22
Tasks: Keeping a To Do List .................................................23
Using the Summary Screen ...................................................................... 23
Notes: Capturing Thoughts and Ideas ................................24
Messaging: Sending and Receiving E-mail ....................... 25
Using Messaging ...................................................................................... 25
Using Signatures ....................................................................................... 25
Saving vCard (.VCF) Attachments ........................................................... 26
Synchronizing E-mail Messages .............................................................. 26
Connecting Directly to an E-mail Server ................................................. 26
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Pocket Outlook: Calendar
CHAPTER 3: POCKET OUTLOOK
Microsoft Pocket Outlook includes Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Messaging, and Notes. You can use these programs individually or
together. For example, e-mail addresses stored in Contacts can be used to address e-mail messages in Inbox.
Using ActiveSync, you can synchronize information in Microsoft Outlook or Microsoft Exchange on your desktop computer
with your device. You can also synchronize this information directly with a Microsoft Exchange server. Each time you synchronize,
ActiveSync compares the changes you made on your device and desktop computer or server and updates both computers with the
latest information. For information on using ActiveSync, see Chapter 2.
You can switch to any of these programs by tapping
and then Programs (if necessary).
Calendar: Scheduling Appointments and Meetings
Use Calendar to schedule appointments, including meetings and other events. To open Calendar, press the Calendar button on the
front of your iQue M5, or tap and then Calendar. You can check your appointments in one of several views (Agenda, Day, Week,
Month, and Year) and easily switch views by pressing the buttons below:
Agenda View
Upcoming appointments appear in bold; past
appointments are not.
Day View
View your day’s schedule in one-hour blocks.
Week View
View your week’s schedule in one-hour blocks.
Month View
View which days of the month contain scheduled
apppointments.
Year View
View a year calendar.
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Pocket Outlook: Calendar
To create an appointment:
1. If you are in Day or Week view, tap the desired date and time for the appointment.
2. Tap New.
Tap to return to the
calendar (appointment is
saved automatically).
Enter a Subject, and
then tap to enter a
Location.
Tap to set a time.
Tap to select a date.
Tap to add notes or
reminders for this
appointment.
Tap to hide input panel.
3. Tap to select a field. Then enter a description and a location using the input panel.
4. If needed, tap the date and time to change them.
5. Enter other desired information. You will need to hide the input panel or use the scroll bar to see all available fields.
(Tap
to hide the input panel.)
6. If this appointment occurs more than once, tap the Occurs field and select among the drop-down options.
7. To add notes, tap the Notes tab from the Edit Appointment screen. See “Notes: Capturing Thoughts and Ideas” for
more information.
8. Tap “Remind Me” to turn on/off the appointment Reminder. Tap to change the time when the reminder will appear.
9. When finished, tap OK to return to the calendar.
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Pocket Outlook: Calendar
Using the Summary Screen
When you tap an appointment in Calendar, a summary screen appears. To change the appointment, tap Edit. To beam an
appointment, tap and hold on the appointment and then select Beam Appointment. You can also tap the appointment and then tap
Tools and Beam Appointment.
Appointment Summary Screen
Creating Meeting Requests
You can use Calendar to set up meetings with users of Outlook or Pocket Outlook. The meeting request is created automatically and
sent either when you synchronize your Inbox or when you connect to your e-mail server. Indicate how you want to send meeting
requests by tapping Tools and then Options.
To schedule a meeting:
1. Create an appointment.
2. In the appointment details, hide the input panel
or use the scrollbar and then tap the Attendees field.
3. From the list of e-mail addresses you have entered in Contacts, select the meeting attendees. Then tap ok. The
meeting notice is created automatically and placed in the Outbox folder of your Inbox. See “Messaging: Sending
and Receiving E-mail” for more information.
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Pocket Outlook: Contacts
Contacts: Tracking Friends and Colleagues
Contacts maintains a list of your friends and colleagues so that you can easily find the information you’re looking for, whether
you’re at home or on the road. Using your iQue M5 infrared (IR) port, you can quickly share Contacts information with other
device users. You can also integrate your Contacts list with your Locations list in the Que applications (for more information, refer
to the Que Applications Guide). To open Contacts, press the Contacts button on your iQue M5, or tap and then Contacts.
To create a contact:
1. Tap New.
2. Using the input panel, enter a name and other contact information. Scroll down to see all available fields.
3. To assign the contact to a category, tap Categories and select a category from the list.
4. To add notes, tap the Notes tab. You can enter text, draw, or create a recording. See “Notes: Capturing Thoughts
and Ideas.”
5. When finished, tap OK to return to the contact list.
Tap to return to the contact
list (contacts are saved
automatically).
Scroll to see more fields.
Tap each field to enter information.
To find a contact:
1. From the Contacts page, enter all or part of a contact name in the Find a name field.
2. Tap a contact in the list to view information. To show all contacts again, clear the text from the Find a name field or
tap the button to the right of the field.
Finding a contact.
Using the Summary Screen
When you tap a contact in the contact list, a summary screen is displayed. To change the contact information, tap Edit. To beam a
contact, select Tools and then Beam Contact, or tap and hold on the file name and select Beam File from the drop-down menu.
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Pocket Outlook: Tasks
Tasks: Keeping a To Do List
Use Tasks to keep track of what you have to do. To open Tasks, tap
, Programs, and then Tasks.
To create a task:
1. Tap New.
2. Using the input panel, enter a description.
3. You can enter a start date and due date or enter other information by first tapping the field. If the input panel is
open, hide it or use the scrollbar to see all available fields.
4. To assign the task to a category, tap Categories and select a category from the list.
5. To add notes, tap the Notes tab. You can enter text, draw, or create a recording. For more information on creating
notes, see “Notes: Capturing Thoughts and Ideas” later in this chapter.
6. When finished, tap ok to return to the task list.
To create a task with only a subject line:
1. Make sure Entry Bar is checked on the Tools menu.
2. To make this task high priority, tap
. To make this task low priority, tap
the task list) and enter a title for your new task.
. Then tap the entry bar (the field above
2. Tap the Enter key on the keyboard to add the task to your task list.
Tap to return to Tasks
list (tasks are saved
automatically).
Tap to set a due
date for the task.
Tap each field to enter task information.
Using the Summary Screen
When you tap a task in the task list, a summary screen appears. To change the task, tap Edit.
To beam a task:
1. Select Tools and then Beam Task, or tap and hold on the file name and select Beam File from the
drop-down menu.
2. Select a device and tap ok.
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Pocket Outlook: Notes
Notes: Capturing Thoughts and Ideas
Quickly capture thoughts, reminders, ideas, drawings, and phone numbers with Notes. You can create a written note or a recording.
You can also include a recording in a note. If a note is open when you create the recording, it will be included in the note as an icon.
If the note list is displayed, it will be created as a stand-alone recording. To open Notes, tap the Notes icon on the Shortcuts bar,
located on the Today screen. You can also tap , Programs, and then Notes.
To create a note:
1. Tap New.
2. Add text to your note using one of the input methods.
3. If you wish, add drawing or handwriting to your note with the drawing button on the toolbar.
4. Add voice recording to your note by tapping the Record button on the toolbar.
5. Tap ok. The note is saved automatically.
Tap to return to the
Notes list (notes are
saved automatically).
Creating a new note.
To beam a note:
1. Tap Tools and then Beam Note, or tap and hold on the file name and select Beam File from the drop-down menu.
2. Select a destination device and tap ok.
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Pocket Outlook: Messaging
Messaging: Sending and Receiving E-mail
Use Messaging to send and receive e-mail in either of these ways:
• Synchronize e-mail messages with Microsoft Exchange or Microsoft Outlook on your desktop computer.
• Send and receive e-mail messages by connecting directly to an e-mail server through an Internet service provider (ISP) or a
network.
To open Messaging, press the Messaging button on the front of your iQue M5, or tap
and then Messaging.
Using Messaging
From the main Messaging screen, compose a new message by tapping New. Tap the Inbox drop-down menu to see a tree browser of
your Messaging folders. Here you can find messages waiting to be sent, messages you have already sent, and deleted messages.
Note: It’s a good idea to clear your Deleted Items folder manually from time to time to save storage space. Open your
Deleted Items folder, tap and hold on each message, and choose Delete from the pop-up menu.
Tap the Sort by drop-down menu (located to the right of the Inbox drop-down menu) to change the listed order of your messages.
Tap each message to view the message. Tap and hold each message to reply, forward, delete, or move the message.
Using Signatures
A signature is a few lines of text that is automatically included at the bottom of each e-mail you send. Each account can have its
own signature.
To create a signature:
1. Tap Accounts and then Accounts....
2. Tap the Signatures button.
3. Choose an account from the Select an account drop-down menu that you want to apply the signature to.
4. Check the box next to Use signature with this account. Check the box if you want to include the signature when
you reply or forward a message.
5. Enter signature text.
6. Choose another account from the drop-down menu if you want to create multiple signatures.
7. Tap ok.
Creating a new signature.
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Pocket Outlook: Messaging
Saving vCard (.VCF) Attachments
vCards are electronic business cards—a powerful new means of Personal Data Interchange (PDI) and a way to automate the
traditional business card. Using vCards with Pocket PC is easy: when you receive these files as e-mail attachments, simply save
them to your Contacts database.
To save vCards as Contacts:
1. Open an email with a vCard attachment (.vcf) and tap the attachment.
2. Tap Yes to save the contact to your Contacts database.
Synchronizing E-mail Messages
E-mail messages can be synchronized as part of the general synchronization process. You need to enable Inbox synchronization in
ActiveSync. For information on enabling Inbox synchronization, see “Choosing What Data to Synchronize,” Chapter 2.
During synchronization, messages are copied from the mail folders of Exchange or Outlook on your desktop computer to the
ActiveSync folder in Inbox on your device. By default, you will receive messages from the past three days only, the first 100
lines of each message, and file attachments of less than 100 KB in size. E-mail messages in the Outbox folder on your device
are transferred to Exchange or Outlook, and then sent from those programs. E-mail messages in subfolders must be selected in
ActiveSync on your desktop computer in order to be transferred.
Connecting Directly to an E-mail Server
In addition to synchronizing e-mail messages with your desktop computer, you can send and receive e-mail messages by connecting
to an e-mail server. To connect, you must set up a remote connection to a network or an ISP. For more information, see “Getting
Connected,” Chapter 6.
When you connect to the e-mail server, new messages are downloaded to your Inbox folder, messages in the device Outbox folder
are sent, and messages that have been deleted from the e-mail server are removed from your Inbox folder.
Messages that you receive directly from an e-mail server are linked to your e-mail server rather than your desktop computer. When
you delete a message on your iQue M5, it will also be deleted from the e-mail server the next time you synchronize. See ActiveSync
to customize synchronization.
You can connect to one e-mail server or several. Before you connect, specify which server you want to connect to.
To connect directly to an e-mail server:
1. Tap Accounts and then New Account....
2. Enter your e-mail address and tap Next. Messaging tries to configure your e-mail settings automatically based on
your e-mail address.
3. Enter your name, account user name and account password. Check Save Password if you want this password to
be saved for future connections. Tap Next.
4. Choose whether this account is POP3 or IMAP4 (IMAP4 should be used for standard IMAP and Exchange Server
accounts). Enter a name for this account. Tap Next.
5. Enter your incoming and outgoing mail servers and the domain name if applicable. Consult your IT department for
this information. Tap Options to customize your account settings.
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Pocket Outlook: Messaging
To configure existing e-mail accounts:
1. Tap Accounts and then Accounts....
2. Tap an account from the list of existing accounts. The account wizard opens.
3. Make changes (if you wish) and tap Next until you reach the mail servers page. Tap Options.
4. Choose how often you want to connect to your server and download new messages. Choose whether you want to
use your Internet profile or your Work profile to connect. Tap Next. For more information on connecting, see “Getting Connected,” Chapter 6.
5. Choose whether your outgoing mail server requires authentication, whether you want to use secure connections,
and how many messages you want to display. Tap Next.
6. Choose how many of your mail messages you want to download. Tap Finish.
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Pocket Office: Chapter 4 Table of Contents
CHAPTER 4: POCKET OFFICE
Pocket Word ................................................ 29
Using Pocket Word ................................................... 29
Input Modes in Word ................................................ 30
Pocket Excel ............................................... 31
Working with Pocket Excel ...................................... 31
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Pocket Office: Pocket Word
CHAPTER 4: POCKET OFFICE
Pocket Office on your iQue M5 includes Pocket Word and Pocket Excel. Both programs allow you to create and store different
types of documents. To open Pocket Word or Pocket Excel, tap , Programs, and then Pocket Word or Pocket Excel.
NOTE: For more help with Pocket Office, refer to the help menus by tapping
and then Help from within each program.
Pocket Word
Pocket Word works with Microsoft Word on your desktop computer to give you easy access to your documents. With
ActiveSync, you can synchronize documents between your desktop computer and your iQue M5 so both have the most
up-to-date document versions.
Using Pocket Word
You can create new documents in Pocket Word or open existing documents that you have transferred from your desktop computer.
Pocket Word automatically saves each document when you tap ok to close it. You can also save a document by any name by tapping
Tools, File, and then Save Document As.
To create a new Pocket Word document:
1. Open Pocket Word by tapping
, Programs, and then Pocket Word.
2. If a blank document does not automatically appear, tap New.
You can open only one document at a time. When you open a second document, you are asked to save the first. You can save the
document in a variety of formats, including Word (.doc), Pocket Word (.psw), Rich Text Format (.rtf), and Plain Text (.txt).
You can change the zoom magnification by tapping View, Zoom, and then selecting the percentage you want. Select a higher
percentage to enter text and a lower one to see more of your document. If you are opening a Word document created on a desktop
computer, select Wrap to Window on the View menu so that you can see the entire document without having to scroll from left
to right.
Zooming in Pocket Word.
On the main screen (no documents open), Pocket Word contains a list of the Pocket Word files stored on your iQue M5. Tap a file in
the list to open it. To delete, copy, rename, move, send by email, or beam a file, tap and hold on a file name in the list. Then select
the appropriate action from the pop-up menu.
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Pocket Office: Pocket Word
Input Modes in Word
When you are working with a document, the View menu allows you to switch between input modes. You have a choice of writing,
drawing, typing, and recording modes. To change modes, tap View and then tap one of the four modes. For more information on
entering information, see “Entering Information on Your iQue M5.”
Typing Mode
In Typing mode, use the input panel to enter typed text into the document. To format existing text and to edit text, first select the
text. You can select text as you do in a Word document, using your stylus instead of the mouse to drag through the text you want to
select. You can search for text in a document by tapping Edit and then Find/Replace.
Typing Mode
Writing Mode
In Writing mode, use your stylus to write directly on the screen. Ruled lines are displayed as guides, and the zoom magnification is
greater than in typing mode to allow you to write more easily.
Remember, if you cross three ruled lines in a single stylus stroke, the writing becomes a drawing, which can be edited
and manipulated.
Writing Mode
Drawing Mode
In Drawing mode, use your stylus to draw on the screen. Gridlines appear as a guide. When you lift your stylus off the screen after
the first stroke, a drawing box appears indicating the boundaries of the drawing. Every stroke within or touching the drawing box
becomes part of the drawing.
Drawing Mode
Recording Mode
In Recording mode, embed a recording into your document. Recordings are saved as .wav files and appear as icons embedded in
your document.
Recording Mode
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Pocket Office: Pocket Excel
Pocket Excel
Pocket Excel works with Microsoft Excel on your desktop computer to give you easy access to copies of your workbooks. With
ActiveSync, you can synchronize workbooks between your desktop computer and your device so that you have the most up-to-date
content in both locations.
Working with Pocket Excel
Use Pocket Excel to create spreadsheets, such as expense reports or mileage logs. Pocket Excel automatically saves each document
when you tap ok to close it. You can also save a document by any name by tapping Tools, File, and then Save Workbook As.
To create a new Pocket Excel file:
1. Open Pocket Excel by tapping
, Programs, and then Pocket Excel.
2. Tap New to open a blank spreadsheet.
You can open only one file at a time. When you open a second file, you will be asked to save the first. You can save a spreadsheet
you create or edit in a variety of formats, including Pocket Excel (.pxl) and Excel (.xls).
Pocket Excel provides fundamental spreadsheet tools, such as formulas, functions, sorting, and filtering. To display the toolbar, tap
or tap View and then Toolbar.
For more information on using Pocket Excel, refer to the Microsoft Excel Help file on your desktop computer, or to the help file on
your iQue M5 (tap and then Help to access).
Toolbar
Working with Pocket Excel.
Tap to show or
hide the Toolbar.
On the main screen (no documents open), Pocket Excel contains a list of the Pocket Excel files stored on your iQue M5. Tap a file
in the list to open it. To delete, copy, rename, move, send by email, or beam a file, tap and hold on a file name in the list. Then select
the appropriate action from the pop-up menu.
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Pocket Accessories: MSN Messenger
CHAPTER 5: POCKET ACCESSORIES
MSN Messenger .......................................... 33
Working with MSN Messenger Contacts ................. 34
Using My Text .......................................................... 34
Chatting Tips ............................................................ 34
Windows Media Player for Pocket PC ...... 35
Media Playback ........................................................ 35
Pictures ....................................................... 35
Working with Images................................................ 35
Terminal Services Client ............................ 36
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Pocket Accessories: MSN Messenger
CHAPTER 5: POCKET ACCESSORIES
The software accessories include Microsoft® MSN Messenger, Microsoft® Windows Media Player 10, Microsoft® Terminal
Services, and Pictures.
MSN Messenger
MSN® Messenger on your mobile device is an instant messaging program that lets you:
• See who is online.
• Send and receive instant messages.
• Have instant message conversations with groups of contacts.
To use MSN Messenger, you must have a Microsoft Passport™ account or a Microsoft Exchange e-mail account. You must have
a Passport to use MSN Messenger Service. If you have a Hotmail® or MSN account, you already have a Passport. Sign up for a
Microsoft Passport account at http://www.passport.com. Get a free Microsoft Hotmail e-mail address at http://www.hotmail.com.
Once you have obtained either a Microsoft Passport or a Microsoft Exchange account, you are ready to use MSN Messenger. To
open MSN Messenger, tap , Programs, and then MSN Messenger.
To set up an account and sign in:
1. Launch MSN Messenger. Make sure you are connected to the Internet (see “Getting Connected,” Chapter 6, for
details).
2. Select Tools > Options and select the Account tab.
3. In the Accounts tab, enter your Passport or Exchange account information. Be sure to indicate which service you
wish to connect with.
4. To sign in, tap the sign-in screen and enter your e-mail address and password.
Signing in to MSN Messenger.
NOTE: In future connections, your information will be already entered in the MSN login screen.
At any time, you can select Tools > Sign Out to disconnect your session. To sign in when disconnected, you can tap the screen or
you can tap Tools and then Sign In.
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Working with MSN Messenger Contacts
The MSN Messenger window shows all of your messenger contacts at a glance, divided into Online and Not Online categories.
From this view, you can chat, send an e-mail, block the contact from chatting with you, or delete contacts from your list using the
pop-up menu.
To add a contact:
1. Tap Tools and then Add a Contact.
2. Enter the name of the user you want to add and tap Next.
To chat with a contact:
1. Tap a contact name to open a chat window.
2. Enter your message in the text entry area at the bottom of the screen, and tap Send.
NOTE: To switch back to the main window without closing a chat, tap
and select the person with whom you were chatting.
. To revert back to your chat window, tap Chats
Using My Text
When you are using MSN Messenger, you can use My Text to insert frequently-used words or phrases into the text entry area. To
insert a message, tap My Text and tap a message. You can add text after inserting a My Text message before sending it.
To edit a My Text message, tap Tools and then Edit My Text. Select the message you wish to edit and make desired changes. Click
ok to save changes.
Chatting Tips
Keep these tips in mind when you are chatting with contacts:
• To know if the contact you are chatting with is responding, look for the message under the text entry area.
• If the other chat participants are not entering text, the date and time of the last message received appears at the bottom
of the screen.
• To change how you appear to other users, from either the main Messenger window or a chat window, select Tools > My
Status. These same choices appear in MSN/Windows Messenger.
• To jump to chats you have active with other users, select Chats and highlight the appropriate contact’s name.
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Pocket Accessories: Windows Media Player and Pictures
Windows Media Player for Pocket PC
Use Microsoft Windows Media Player for Pocket PC to play digital audio and video files, including any Windows Media or MP3
file formats (.asf, .wma, .wmv, .mp3). To open Windows Media Player for Pocket PC, tap the Windows Media icon in the Shortcut
bar on the Today screen, or tap , Programs, and then Windows Media.
Media Playback
Once you have loaded a media file, you can play, pause, stop, song advance/reverse, mute sound, or adjust volume. Tap the fullscreen mode button to hide the toolbars and show the media in landscape mode. (To return to normal play mode, tap the screen
again.)
Progress indicator
Volume indicator
Tap to open Pocket
Internet Explorer.
Windows Media Player
Pictures
Use Pictures to view JPEG pictures stored on your device or in a storage card, send pictures to others, view a slideshow of your
pictures, or set a picture as the background on the Today screen. You can even set Pictures to launch itself when a digital camera
storage card is inserted into your device.
To open, tap , Programs, and then Pictures. By tapping and holding on a picture file, you can copy, delete, beam, rename, or
send the file via e-mail.
To open Pictures when an SD card is inserted:
1. From within Pictures, tap Tools and then Options.
2. Check the box next to “Detect digital camera storage cards.”
Working with Images
When you open Pictures, a list of all image files in the My Pictures folder of your iQue M5 appears. You can view files on an SD
card or in Safe Storage by tapping the My Pictures drop-down menu. To view a picture, tap the thumbnail of the picture. Then you
can rotate, crop, zoom, share, or change brightness and contrast levels of the picture.
When making changes, you can tap Edit > Undo or Edit > Redo to undo or redo the last change made. To undo many changes at
once, tap Tools and then Revert to Saved; this step discards all changes since the last save. After you are finished making changes,
tap Save Picture As in the Tools menu. Keep in mind that the quality of the image may decrease after saving.
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Pocket Accessories: Terminal Services Client
You can use a picture to replace the current background, or wallpaper, on the Today screen.
To set an image as Today wallpaper:
1. Tap Tools and then Set as Today Wallpaper. Pictures automatically crops and resizes the picture to fit the
Today screen.
2. Select a transparency level. If you have trouble reading text on your Today screen, make the image more transparent (set the transparency to a larger percentage).
NOTE: An improperly sized image appears distorted when applied as wallpaper on the Today screen.
To view images in a slideshow:
1. From the main Pictures window, tap the Slideshow icon
.
3. To advance the slideshow, tap anywhere on the screen.
4. To change from vertical to horizontal viewing mode, tap the Flip view icon
.
NOTE: You can change the slideshow settings by tapping Tools, Options, and then the Slide Show tab.
Terminal Services Client
Using the Terminal Services Client (TSC), you can log onto a desktop computer running Terminal Services (pre-Windows XP)
or Remote Desktop (Windows XP and later) and use all of the programs available on that computer from your iQue M5. Before
attempting a Terminal Services connection, you must have authorized access to a desktop or server that supports this service.
To connect to and use Terminal Services Client:
1. Tap
, Programs, and then Terminal Services Client.
2. Enter the IP address or host name of a valid TS server. Check Limit size of server… to compress the remote desktop screen and minimize scrolling. Tap Connect to start connection.
3. Log in with your username and password.
4. If server desktop size is not in optimized mode, use the “directional” buttons at the bottom of the screen to jump to
different positions on the screen. You can also tap and hold on the screen to move using a pop-up menu.
5. Use the remote server as you would use your personal computer.
NOTE: You must use Keyboard, Block Recognizer, or Letter recognizer to input data when using Terminal Services Client.
You cannot use Transcriber.
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Getting Connected: Chapter 6 Table of Contents
CHAPTER 6: GETTING CONNECTED
The Connectivity Icons .............................. 38
Connecting to the Internet from a Modem 38
Connecting to your ISP............................................. 40
Establishing Dialing Rules for Modems................... 40
Connecting to a Network ........................... 42
Setting up a VPN ...................................................... 42
Connecting to a VPN Server .................................... 42
Setting up a Proxy Server ......................................... 43
Setting up a Wireless Ethernet Connection .............. 43
Exceptions for Work URLs ...................................... 44
Exchanging Data with Mobile Devices .................... 45
Beaming Data with IR .............................................. 45
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Getting Connected: Connecting to the Internet from a Modem
CHAPTER 6: GETTING CONNECTED
You can use your iQue M5 to exchange information with the Internet, with a network, or with other mobile devices. You have the
following connection options:
• Connect to the Internet through your Internet service provider (ISP). Once connected, you can send and receive e-mail
messages by using Inbox and view Web or WAP pages by using Microsoft® Pocket Internet Explorer. See “Connecting to the
Internet from a Modem.”
• Connect to the network at your company or organization where you work. Once connected, you can send and receive e-mail
messages by using Inbox, view Web or WAP by using Pocket Internet Explorer, and synchronize with your desktop computer.
See “Connecting to a Network.”
• Connect using Infrared (IR) to any other device that uses these technologies. See “Exchanging Data with Mobile Devices.”
• Connect using Bluetooth to any other Bluetooth-enabled device. See Chapter 8, “Using Bluetooth.”
For information on how to connect and exchange information with your desktop computer, see Chapter 2, “ActiveSync.”
The Connectivity Icons
You can determine the status of your connection from the connectivity icons, which appear in the notification area. Note that some
of these icons are animated.
Status Icon
Meaning
Connected
or
Transferring Data
Not Connected
Synchronizing
Zero–Configuration Internet (The Internet connection has not been configured yet.)
Connecting to the Internet from a Modem
To set up a connection to your ISP, you need to install a modem card or use a NULL modem cable and appropriate adapters to
connect an external modem to your device through the serial port. You also need the following information:
• ISP dial-up access telephone number.
• User name. Some ISPs require information in front of the user name, such as “MSN/username.”
• Password.
• TCP/IP settings.
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Getting Connected: Connecting to the Internet from a Modem
To set up a modem connection to an ISP:
1. Tap
and then Settings.
2. In the Connections tab, tap the Connections icon.
3. Under My ISP, tap Add a new modem connection.
4. Enter a name for the connection, such as “My ISP.”
5. In the Select a modem list, select your modem type. If your modem type does not appear, try re-inserting the modem card. If you are using an external modem that is connected to your device with a cable, select Hayes Compatible on COM1. Tap Next.
Name the connection and select the
appropriate modem from the list.
6. Enter the number that should be dialed to connect to your ISP. Include any special digits such as “*” or “#”. See
“Establishing Dialing Rules for Modems” for more information.
7. Enter your ISP username and password, and your Domain, if necessary.
8. To change connection speed or other connection options, tap Advanced.
NOTE: You should not need to change any of the settings on the Advanced screen.
9. Tap Finish to complete this wizard.
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To set up a work modem connection:
1. Tap
and then Settings,
2. Tap the Connections tab and then the Connections icon.
2. Under My Work Network, tap Add a new modem connection.
3. Complete the setup as described above in “To set up a modem connection to an ISP.”
Connecting to your ISP
Open Inbox, Pocket Internet Explorer, or MSN Messenger. Your iQue M5 automatically begins connecting. Once connected, you
can send and receive e-mail, browse Web pages, and send and receive instant messages.
To connect manually to your ISP:
1. Tap
, Settings, the Connections tab, and the Connections icon.
2. Under My ISP or My Work Network, tap Manage Existing Connections.
3. Tap and hold on the applicable dial-up settings and select Connect. To delete the connection, tap Delete.
Establishing Dialing Rules for Modems
To create dialing rules for your modem connection:
1. Tap
, Settings, the Connections tab, and then Connections.
2. Tap the Advanced tab and then tap Dialing Rules.
3. To enable dialing rules, tap to check the box next to Use dialing rules. Then tap OK to acknowledge the message
that appears.
4. Tap to select Home or Work (the dialing rules apply to your ISP or your Work connection, respectively).
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5. Tap Edit to configure your dialing rules.
6. Enter a name for the dialing profile (if necessary), the country code, and the area code. Tap to disable call waiting. If
you have a pulse phone, tap Pulse dialing (most phones have tone dialing).
7. Tap Dialing Patterns to change how dialing occurs.
8. Enter how local, long distance, and international calls should be dialed. You can use the following abbreviations:
E/e represents country code, F/f represents area code, G/g represents a seven-digit phone number. Tap OK to save
your changes.
Setting up dialing patterns.
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Getting Connected: Connecting to a Network
Connecting to a Network
Use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) or a network card to connect to any private network, such as a corporate network that you use
at work. You can also connect to a network through Bluetooth; see Chapter 8, “Using Bluetooth,” for more information.
Setting up a VPN
A VPN connection helps you securely connect to a server, such as a corporate network, via the Internet. Ask your network
administrator for your user name, password, domain name, TCP/IP settings, and host name or IP address of the VPN server.
To set up a VPN connection:
1. Tap
, Settings, the Connections tab, and the Connections icon.
2. Under the My Work Network heading, tap Add a new VPN server connection.
3. Enter a name for the connection, a host name or IP address, and the VPN type. Then tap Next.
Enter a Host name or IP address.
4. Tap to select whether you want to use a pre-installed certificate or a pre-shared key. Tap Next.
5. Enter your username and password. If necessary, tap Advanced to enter TCP/IP settings and Server DNS/WINS
information.
6. Tap Finish.
Connecting to a VPN Server
Open Inbox, Pocket Internet Explorer, or MSN Messenger. Your iQue M5 automatically begins connecting to the Internet.
To connect manually to a VPN server:
1. From the Connections main window, select Edit My VPN Servers.
2. Tap and hold on your server name and then select Connect. You can also delete your VPN server connection from
this menu.
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Setting up a Proxy Server
If you are connected to your work connection during synchronization, your mobile device should download proper proxy settings
during synchronization from your PC. If these settings are not on your PC or need to be changed, ask your ISP or network
administrator for the proxy sever name, server type, port, type of Socks protocol used, and your user name and password.
To set up a proxy server connection:
1. Tap
, Settings, the Connections tab, and the Connections icon.
2. To create a new connection, under the My Work Network heading, tap Add a new proxy server.
3. Select This network connects to the Internet and This network uses a proxy server.
Enter the name of your Proxy server in the field
above. Tap Advanced to enter more settings.
4. In the Proxy server box, enter the proxy server name. For advanced options, select the Advanced button from the
Proxy Settings tab. You should get this information from your company’s network administrator.
To change existing proxy server settings:
1. Tap
, Settings, the Connections tab, and the Connections icon.
2. Under My Work Network, tap Edit my proxy server and make any necessary changes.
Setting up a Wireless Ethernet Connection
To set up a wireless Ethernet connection, you can use a wireless Ethernet card that is compatible with the iQue M5. You can also
connect to a network wirelessly by using Bluetooth. See Chapter 8, “Using Bluetooth.”
To set up a wireless Ethernet connection:
1. Insert the wireless Ethernet card into your device. For instructions on inserting and using the Ethernet card, see the
owner’s manual for the card. When properly inserted, a pop-up message appears.
2. Choose whether the installed network card should be used to connect to The Internet or Work. If you tap OK, you
automatically accept the default settings for the card and can proceed to step 9 (most home networks allow you to
get online immediately, without further configuration). If you need to enter a proxy server, tap Settings and enter the
proxy server information as described above.
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3. To configure the Network Card, tap
, Settings, the Connections tab, and the Connections
4. If the network requires a WEP key, a message appears asking you to enter the key.
5. From the IP Address tab, choose to use a server-assigned IP address or a specific IP address. Enter the IP
address if necessary.
6. Tap the Name Servers tab and enter DNS and WINS settings, if necessary. Then tap ok.
NOTE: You must remove and reinsert your network card for these settings to take effect.
6. To view your wireless network connection, tap the Connectivity icon in the notification area. Once your network
card has been configured, you will connect immediately.
To turn your wireless network connection on or off:
1. Tap the Connectivity icon and then tap Turn off flight mode to turn on your network card.
2. Tap Turn on flight mode to turn off your network card.
Exceptions for Work URLs
Some companies use periods in their intranet URLs (for example, intranet.companyname.com). If you attempt to connect to one
of these URLs, Pocket Internet Explorer searches for the Web site in the Internet rather than the company’s intranet. To connect to
such intranet URLs, they need to be entered as Work URL exceptions.
To create an exception for a work URL:
1. Tap
, Settings, the Connections tab, and the Connections icon.
2. From the Advanced tab, tap Exceptions.
3. Tap Add new URL... to add a new exception. Enter a text string and tap OK.
Enter the URL in the field and tap OK.
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Exchanging Data with Mobile Devices
Your iQue M5 can connect to other handheld devices using Infrared (IR) or Bluetooth technology. Once connected, you can “beam”
your contact files, appointments, notes, and many other types of files easily, without cords and cables. Beaming means sending
data electronically from one device to another. For more information on using Bluetooth technology, refer to Chapter 8, “Using
Bluetooth.”
Beaming Data with IR
Using IR, you can send files from Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, File Explorer, Pocket Word, and Pocket Excel. From within any of
these applications, you can simply tap Tools and then Beam to beam a file to another device. You can also tap and hold on a file
name and select Beam from the drop-down menu. Make sure that the Infrared ports are lined up and that there are no objects
between them.
Infrared (IR) Window
Your iQue M5 automatically receives all incoming Infrared (IR) and Bluetooth beams and asks you whether you wish to accept
those beams, with the exception of some older devices. To receive beams from older devices, such as a Pocket PC 2000 or H/PC
device, you must tell your iQue M5 to scan for incoming beams.
To change beam settings:
1. Tap
, Settings, the Connections tab, and Beam.
2. Uncheck the Receive all incoming beams checkbox if you never want to receive incoming beams.
To receive beams from older devices (Pocket PC 2000 or H/PC):
1. Tap
, Settings, the Connections tab, and then Beam.
2. Tap the Receive an infrared beam link at the bottom of the page.
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Pocket Internet Explorer: Chapter 7 Table of Contents
CHAPTER 7: POCKET INTERNET EXPLORER
Browsing the Internet ................................. 47
Displaying Images .................................................... 48
Configuring Pocket Internet Explorer....................... 48
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Pocket Internet Explorer: Browsing the Internet
CHAPTER 7: POCKET INTERNET EXPLORER
Browsing the Internet
You can use Pocket Internet Explorer to browse mobile favorites and channels that have been stored on your iQue M5 without
connecting to the Internet. You can also connect to the Internet through an ISP or a network connection and browse the Internet.
To store mobile favorites or channels on your iQue M5:
1. From ActiveSync on your desktop computer, click Options.
2. Check the box next to Favorites to automatically synchronize mobile favorites.
3. In Internet Explorer on your desktop computer, browse to a page you want to view on your iQue M5.
4. From the Tools menu, click Create Mobile Favorite.
5. Synchronize your iQue M5 with your desktop computer.
To view mobile favorites and channels:
1. On your iQue M5, tap the Internet Explorer icon
2. Tap Favorites
in the Shortcut bar.
to display the list of favorites you have downloaded.
3. Tap the page you want to view. If a page in the list appears dimmed, it has not been downloaded to your iQue M5.
You must synchronize with your desktop to download this page. You can also connect to the Internet directly.
To browse the Internet:
1. Set up a connection to your ISP or corporate network. See Chapter 6, “Getting Connected.”
2. Tap the Internet Explorer icon
3. Tap Favorites
in the QuickLaunch bar or tap
, Programs, Internet Explorer.
, and then tap the favorite you want to view.
OR
Tap View and then Address Bar. In the address bar that appears at the top of the screen, enter the Web address
you want to visit and then tap the Go icon . Tap the down arrow to choose from previously entered addresses.
Web address
Favorites
Home
Refresh
Back
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Pocket Internet Explorer: Browsing the Internet
To create favorites directly from the Internet:
1. Open Internet Explorer and then open the page you want to save as a favorite.
2. Tap Favorites and then the Add/Delete tab.
3. Tap New Folder to create a new folder for your favorite. Enter the name and then tap Add.
4. Tap the folder where you want to add your favorite and tap Add.
5. Accept the suggested favorite name and URL or create your own. Tap Add.
6. Tap ok.
Displaying Images
By default, Web pages appear with images loaded. It is a good idea to turn off images when connected over a wireless Internet
connection if you pay for each megabyte transferred—large images can be expensive to download. To turn off images, tap View and
then Show Images.
When a Web site is loaded but with images hidden, image placeholders appear. To show individual images, tap and hold on the
image and choose Show Picture.
Configuring Pocket Internet Explorer
Tap Tools and then Options to change the default home page by using the currently loaded page or the device default. Tap the
Memory tab to choose how many days of history you want to save. Tap Clear History to remove past history information. On
this tab, tap Delete Files to remove temporary cached files (such as Web pages and images) to free space on your device. Tap the
Security tab to turn off cookies, clear cookies, and warn when changing to an insecure page.
NOTE: Some Web sites may not render properly if cookies have been disabled.
Tap Tools and then Options to
configure Pocket Internet Explorer.
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Using Bluetooth: Chapter 8 Table of Contents
CHAPTER 8: USING BLUETOOTH
What is Bluetooth? ..................................................... 50
About BTExplorer ....................................................................... 50
Enabling Bluetooth ..................................................... 50
Creating a New Connection in Wizard Mode............ 51
Paring with Another Bluetooth Device........................................ 53
Setting a PIN Code ...................................................................... 54
Connecting to ActiveSync® with Bluetooth................................. 54
Connecting to the Internet ........................................................... 55
Browsing, Sending, or Exchanging Files .................................... 55
Sending Contacts, Appointments, and Tasks via Bluetooth ........ 57
Connecting to a Serial Port .......................................................... 57
Connecting to a Personal Area Network...................................... 57
Changing Views in Wizard Mode............................... 58
Using Explorer Mode .................................................. 59
Using Tree View .......................................................................... 59
Changing Views in Explorer Mode ............................................. 60
Using List View ........................................................................... 60
Changing BTExplorer Settings ................................. 61
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Using Bluetooth: Enabling Bluetooth
CHAPTER 8: USING BLUETOOTH
What is Bluetooth?
Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communications technology. Bluetooth uses radio signals to send and receive information
quickly and securely from many different types of devices: computers, phones, printers, or any other device that uses Bluetooth
technology. Using Bluetooth, you can synchronize your iQue M5 with your personal computer, exchange or print files, connect to a
network, browse the Internet, or listen to music on a Bluetooth headset. To communicate, Bluetooth devices do not have to be in the
same room, but they must be within 30 feet (10 meters) of each other.
About BTExplorer
BTExplorer is the software on your iQue M5 that helps you connect to other Bluetooth devices. BTExplorer has two modes: Wizard
mode (the default setting) and Standard mode. Both modes allow you to create and maintain connections with other Bluetooth
devices, but Wizard mode is designed to simplify this process.
Using either mode, you can view and connect to “services” on other Bluetooth devices. (A service is a type of Bluetooth connection,
like a serial port connection or a network connection.) Once you create a connection, you can save it as a Favorite, much like you
would save favorites in your Web browser. Then you can use your Favorites to connect to devices quickly and easily.
NOTE: You can only connect to other Bluetooth devices that offer services compatible with your iQue M5. If a Bluetooth
devices does not offer a service that your iQue M5 can connect to, the devices will not connect to each other.
Enabling Bluetooth
Before you can use Bluetooth, you must turn on the Bluetooth transmitter. You can do this easily from the Bluetooth icon on the
Today screen.
To enable Bluetooth:
1. Tap and hold on the Bluetooth icon
at the bottom right of the screen. A menu appears.
2. Tap Enable Bluetooth. The Bluetooth icon changes from
begins to blink.
to
and the blue LED light at the top of your iQue M5
Tap Enable Bluetooth on the menu that appears.
To open BTExplorer:
1. Tap the Bluetooth icon
.
2. Tap Show BTExplorer.
NOTE: When you open BTExplorer, you also automatically enable Bluetooth.
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Using Bluetooth: Creating a New Connection in Wizard Mode
Creating a New Connection in Wizard Mode
When you open BTExplorer for the first time, the program appears in Wizard mode. Use the New Connection Wizard to set up
connections with other Bluetooth devices and save connections as Favorites. Each time you open BTExplorer, your Favorites are
listed on this opening screen, and you can use them to reconnect quickly to Bluetooth devices.
BTExplorer, shown in Wizard Mode. Once you
establish connections with Bluetooth devices,
shortcuts to those connections are saved on this
screen as “Favorites.”
To connect to a Bluetooth device, both devices must be turned on, must be within 30 feet (10 meters) of each other, and must be
“discoverable” (able to receive connections; see “Changing BTExplorer Settings”).
To create a new connection, tap the New Connection icon , or tap File and then New Connection. Then follow the instructions
given by the Bluetooth Wizard. Use the Wizard to explore services on other devices if you are not sure what type of connection you
want to create. Exploring services allows you to view all the Bluetooth devices in the area and what services they offer.
To explore services and create a new connection:
1. From BTExplorer, tap the New Connection icon
.
2. Make sure “Explore Services on Remote Device” appears in the drop-down menu. Then tap Next.
“Explore Services on Remote Device”
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Using Bluetooth: Creating a New Connection in Wizard Mode
3. BTExplorer searches for Bluetooth devices in the area and attempts to discover the names of the devices.
If nothing happens, or if you want to search again, tap and hold anywhere in the All Devices field and choose
Discover Devices. You can also select Refresh to delete old Bluetooth devices and search for new devices.
NOTE: To choose a name for your iQue M5, see “Changing BTExplorer Settings.” The name you choose appears when
other devices try to connect to your iQue.
BTExplorer searches for devices and for device names.
A list of all Bluetooth devices in the
area appears in the All Devices field.
If no devices appear, tap and hold,
then choose Discover Devices.
4. Tap to highlight the device you want to connect to and then tap Next.
5. Choose the type of connection you want to create from the list of services that appears. For more information on
individual connections, refer to the information about each connection type later in this chapter.
Tap the service you want to connect
to and then tap Next.
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Using Bluetooth: Creating a New Connection in Wizard Mode
6. Make sure the box is checked next to Save as Favorite if you want to create a favorite from this connection. If you
want to change the name of the connection, tap the Favorite Name field and enter a new name. Then tap Next.
Make sure the box is checked if you want to
save this connection as a Favorite. Rename the
Favorite, if you wish.
7. Tap Connect to connect to this Bluetooth device.
For more details and instructions on connecting to specific services, refer to the information that follows for each connection type.
Paring with Another Bluetooth Device
“Paring” means establishing a special relationship with another Bluetooth device. To pair with another device, you must exchange
a PIN code. After you enter the correct code, your iQue M5 creates a Link Key that establishes that device as a “trusted” device. In
the future, you can connect to this device automatically, without reentering a PIN code.
To pair with another device:
1. Tap the New Connection icon
.
2. Choose “Pair with a Remote Device” from the drop-down menu. Then tap Next.
3. Tap the device you want to pair with and then tap Next.
4. Enter a PIN code in the PIN Code field on your iQue M5. Then enter that same PIN code into the other
Bluetooth device.
5. Tap Finish.
A PIN code request.
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Setting a PIN Code
You can set a PIN code for your iQue M5 to ensure that all Bluetooth connections are secure. Anyone who tries to pair with your
iQue M5 must enter the correct PIN code to establish a connection.
To set a PIN code for incoming connections:
1. In Wizard mode or Standard mode, tap Tools and then Settings.
2. Tap the Security tab.
3. Check the box nect to Use PIN Code (Incoming Connections). Then tap the PIN Code field and enter a PIN code.
4. If you want to encrypt outgoing connections (connections you originate), check the box next to Encrypt Link on All
Outgoing Connections.
5. Tap OK.
Connecting to ActiveSync® with Bluetooth
You can set up a Bluetooth connection between your iQue M5 and your Bluetooth-enabled personal computer to synchronize
wirelessly—no Sync cradle needed. To synchronize wirelessly with your personal computer, you must have already set up a
Partnership between your iQue M5 and your personal computer, and you must have already synchronized using your Sync cradle.
Your personal computer must also offer a Bluetooth Serial Port as a connection service.
To set up ActiveSync for Bluetooth synchronization:
1. Make sure your iQue M5 is not currently connected to your personal computer.
2. Make sure your personal computer offers a Serial Port Bluetooth service. Then determine what serial port the service is set to use (for help, refer to the Owner’s Manual for your personal computer or Bluetooth device).
2. Open ActiveSync on your computer.
3. Click File and then Connection Settings.
4. Check the box next to “Allow serial cable or infrared connection to this COM port.” Then choose the COM port used
by your personal computer’s Bluetooth service (see Step 2).
5. Click OK.
To set up a Bluetooth ActiveSync connection:
1. On your iQue M5, open BTExplorer and then tap the New Connection icon
.
2. Choose “ActiveSync via Bluetooth” from the drop-down menu. Then tap Next.
3. Choose your personal computer from the list of devices and then tap Next.
4. BTExplorer automatically selects the appropriate service. If a list of services appears for a device, choose Bluetooth Serial Port and then tap Next.
5. If you want to rename the favorite, tap the Favorite Name field and enter a new name. Then tap Next.
6. Tap Connect. Your iQue M5 should automatically begin synchronizing with your computer.
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Connecting to the Internet
You can connect to the Internet on your iQue M5 through any Bluetooth device that has Internet access—a personal computer, a
network, or even a Bluetooth phone. Determine how the Bluetooth device connects to the Internet, whether through a network or
through a modem. Then create a connection to the device.
To connect to the Internet using an access point:
1. In BTExplorer, tap the New Connection icon
.
2. Choose “Connect to Internet using Access Point.”
3. Choose the access point or computer you want to connect to and then tap Next.
4. BTExplorer automatically selects the appropriate service. If a list of services appears for a device, choose the service you want to connect to and then tap Next.
NOTE: You may see more than one service with the same name, such as Network Access. To choose the correct service,
you may want to change views. See “Changing Views in Wizard Mode.”
5. If you want to rename the Favorite, tap the Favorite Name field and enter a new name. Then tap Next.
6. Tap Connect. To connect to the Internet, you need to enter network information or proxy server settings. See Chapter 6, “Connecting to a Network” for more information.
To connect to the Interneting using a phone/modem:
1. In BTExplorer, tap the New Connection icon
.
2. Choose “Connect to Internet using Phone/Modem.” Then tap Next.
3. Choose the computer or phone you want to connect to and then tap Next.
4. BTExplorer automatically selects the appropriate service. If a list of services appears for a device, choose the service you want to connect to and then tap Next.
5. If you want to rename the Favorite, tap the Favorite Name field and enter a new name. Then tap Next.
6. Tap Connect. To connect to the Internet, you need to enter modem information. See Chapter 6, “Connecting to the
Internet from a Modem” for more information.
Browsing, Sending, or Exchanging Files
If you want to browse or exchange files with another device, you can use the Object Push, PIM Item Transfer, or File Transfer
services. Object Push and PIM Item Transfer allow you to exchange Contacts or pictures with another device; File Transfer
allows you to send or receive all types of files.
To browse, send, or exchange files:
1. Tap the New Connection icon
.
2. Choose “Send or Exchange Objects” to use the Object Push or PIM Item Transfer services. Choose “Browse Files
on Remote Device” to use the File Transfer service.
3. Choose the device you want to connect to from the list and then tap Next.
4. BTExplorer automatically selects the appropriate service. If a list of services appears for a device, choose the service you want to connect to and then tap Next.
5. If you want to rename the Favorite, tap the Favorite Name field and enter a new name. Then tap Next.
6. Tap Connect.
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Using Bluetooth: Creating a New Connection in Wizard Mode
To use the Object Push or PIM Item Transfer services:
1. From the page that appears, tap the Action drop-down menu and select an action. Then tap
an object.
to choose
2. Tap OK. If you receive a contact from another device, that contact is automatically saved in your Contacts list.
Choose a contact to send and then tap OK.
To browse or receive files with the File Transfer service:
1. From the page that appears, browse the root directory of the Bluetooth device you are connected to.
2. To save a file from the device to your iQue M5, tap to highlight the file you want to receive.
3. Tap Actions and then Get File, or tap and hold on the file and choose Get File.
4. Browse to the folder where you want to save the file on your iQue M5. Rename the file if you wish. Then tap Save.
NOTE: If you have another active Bluetooth connection, you may not be able to receive a file. Disconnect from your other
Bluetooth device and then try again.
Receiving a file with the File Transfer service. You can rename the file
and save it anywhere on your iQue M5.
To send a file with the File Transfer service:
1. Tap Actions and then Put File.
2. Browse to a file on your iQue M5. Tap to highlight the file.
3. Tap Open.
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Sending Contacts, Appointments, and Tasks via Bluetooth
You can send Contacts, appointments, and tasks to another handheld or personal computer from within Contacts, Calendar, or
Tasks. BTExplorer opens automatically and connects to the handheld or computer you want to send information to.
To send a contact, appointment, or task via Bluetooth:
1. Tap
and then Contacts, Calendar, or Tasks.
2. Tap and hold on a Contact, appointment, or task and select Send over Bluetooth.
3. BTExplorer opens. Select the device you want to send information to and tap Next. (The device you want to send
information to must support the PIM Item Transfer service.)
4. Wait while your iQue M5 sends the information to the Bluetooth device. Then tap Finish.
Connecting to a Serial Port
You can establish a serial port connection to another Bluetooth device. The wireless serial connection behaves just like a physical
cable connection between the two devices.
If you are initiating a serial port connection with another device, your iQue M5 uses the virtual serial port COM 8. If another device
initiates a serial port connection with your iQue M5, it uses the virtual serial port COM 5.
To connect to a serial port:
1. From Wizard mode, tap File and then New Connection.
2. Choose “Connect Serial Port” from the drop-down menu. Then tap Next.
3. Choose the device you want to connect to from the list and then tap Next.
4. BTExplorer automatically selects the appropriate service. If a list of services appears for a device, choose Bluetooth Serial Port and then tap Next.
5. If you want to rename the favorite, tap the Favorite Name field and enter a new name. Then tap Next.
6. Tap Connect.
Connecting to a Personal Area Network
Create a connection to a Personal Area Network (PAN, also called a piconet) to share information with other electronic devices in
the network. Using this connection, you can communicate directly with other devices or use the PAN to connect to a higher-level
network or the Internet.
To connect to a PAN:
1. From Wizard mode, tap File and then New Connection.
2. Choose “Connect to Personal Area Network” from the drop-down menu. Then tap Next.
3. Choose the device you want to connect to from the list and then tap Next.
4. BTExplorer automatically selects the appropriate service. If a list of services appears for a device, choose Network
Access (PAN) you want to connect to and then tap Next.
5. If you want to rename the favorite, tap the Favorite Name field and enter a new name. Then tap Next.
6. Tap Connect.
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Using Bluetooth: Changing Views in Wizard Mode
Changing Views in Wizard Mode
When working in Wizard mode, you can view Bluetooth Favorites and connections in three different ways: Large icons (default),
on the toolbar at the bottom of the screen. You can also view active
List, and Details. To change views, tap the Views icon
connections, trusted devices, and local device properties.
Large Icons View
List View
Details View
To view your active connections:
1. In Wizard mode, tap Tools and then Active Connections. A list of your active Bluetooth connections appears.
2. To stop an active connection, tap and hold on a connection in the list and choose Disconnect.
To view your trusted devices:
1. In Wizard mode, tap Tools and then Trusted Devices. A list of devices you have paired with appears.
2. To delete the trusted device, delete all trusted devices, or view device properties, tap and hold on a device and
choose the appropriate action from the menu that appears.
To view your iQue M5 Bluetooth properties:
In Wizard mode, tap Tools and then Local Device Properties.
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Using Bluetooth: Using Explorer Mode
Using Explorer Mode
In Standard mode, Bluetooth devices, connections, and Favorites appear in ‘‘tree view” (default) or “list view.” Tree view displays
Bluetooth devices and services in a hierarchy. To view services, connect to Bluetooth devices, or create favorites simply tap and
hold on a Bluetooth device in the list and choose the appropriate action from the menu.
Tap
to expand.
Your Favorite connections
are listed here.
Services offered by your
iQue M5 appear here.
Remote devices are
categorized as Trusted
(paired) or Untrusted.
In Tree view, devices appear in hierarchical
lists. To expand a list tap the [+].
Tree view, expanded
Using Tree View
In Tree view, you can create connections and save favorites just as you would in Wizard mode. Once you connect to a Bluetooth
device, the name of the active connection appears bold and highlighted in dark green by default. (You can change the way active
connections appear; see “To change how active connections appear.”)
To switch from Wizard mode to Explorer mode:
1. Tap View and then Standard Mode.
2. Tap Yes when the pop-up message appears. Note that any active connections are disconnected when you switch
from one mode to the other.
To discover devices:
Tap and hold on Remote Devices and choose Discover Devices. The iQue M5 searches for Bluetooth devices
and displays them under the list of Untrusted Devices.
To discover names:
Tap and hold on Remote Devices and choose Discover Names. Or, tap and hold on a device listed under Untrusted Devices and choose Retrieve Device Name.
To pair with a device:
Tap and hold on an Untrusted Device and choose Pair.
To connect to a service:
1. Under Untrusted Devices, tap a device to view the services it offers, or tap and hold and choose Explore.
2. Tap a service to connect to it, or tap and hold and then choose Connect.
To disconnect from a service:
Tap and hold on an active connection and choose Disconnect.
To create a favorite:
Tap and hold on an active connection and choose Add to Favorites.
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Using Bluetooth: Using Explorer Mode
Changing Views in Explorer Mode
As mentioned previously, you can view Explorer mode in Tree view or List view. You can also display both views at the same time.
To change views in Standard mode:
Tap the Explorer Display icon
at the bottom of the screen to change to Tree View, List View, or Both.
When you choose Both from the Explorer
Display icon, Tree view appears on the top
and List view appears on the bottom.
Using List View
In List view, Bluetooth devices, services, and Favorites are displayed as icons in a hierarchy similar to that used in File Explorer. To
move down in the hierarchy (for example, to view Favorites), simply tap an icon. To move up in a hierarchy, tap the Up One Level
icon . To move up several levels, tap the drop-down menu at the top of the screen and then tap the level you want to view. In List
view, you can also take advantage of the views available in Wizard mode—List and Details views. To switch to these views, tap the
Views icon
at the bottom of the screen.
To navigate in List view, tap an icon.
Tap the drop-down menu to select a
different level.
To connect to Bluetooth devices in List mode, tap the device. To disconnect, tap and hold on the device and choose Disconnect. To
add a connection to Favorites, tap and hold on an active connection and choose Add to Favorites.
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Using Bluetooth: Changing BTExplorer Settings
Changing BTExplorer Settings
You may want to change Bluetooth settings on your iQue M5. You can change the name that appears to other devices, make
incoming connections secure, change what services you offer to other devices, and more. To set a PIN code or encrypt outgoing
connections, see “Setting a PIN Code.”
To change how you discover devices:
1. In Wizard mode or Explorer mode, tap Tools and then Settings.
2. Tap the Discovery tab. From the Inquiry Length drop-down menu, choose how long you want to search
for devices.
3. From the Name Discovery Mode drop-down menu, choose whether you want to discover names automatically
or manually.
4. To delete all discovered devices, tap Delete Devices.
5. To delete all trusted devices, tap Delete Link Keys.
To change your device name:
1. In Wizard mode or Explorer mode, tap Tools and then Settings.
2. Tap the Device Info tab. Then tap the Device Name field and enter a name for your iQue M5.
To prevent devices from discovering and connecting to your iQue M5:
1. In Wizard mode or Explorer mode, tap Tools and then Settings.
2. Tap the Device Info tab.
3. Choose Non Discoverable from the Discoverable Mode drop-down menu. Choose Non Connectable from the
Connectable Mode drop-down menu.
4. Tap OK.
To change what services you offer to others:
1. In Wizard mode or Explorer mode, tap Tools and then Settings.
2. Tap the Services tab.
3. To add a service, tap Add and choose a service from the list.
4. To delete a service, tap the service in the list and then tap Delete.
5. To view properties for a service, tap the service in the list and then tap Properties.
To change how active connections appear:
1. In Wizard mode or Explorer mode, tap Tools and then Settings.
2. Tap the Miscellaneous tab. (You may need to tap the tab arrows to see Miscellaneous.)
3. From the Highlight Connections drop-down menu, choose whether you want to highlight active connections
or not.
4. Under Highlight Attributes, choose a text style and text color to highlight active connections.
To view BTExplorer software information:
From Wizard or Explorer mode, tap File and then About. Tap OK to exit.
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Using Sprite Backup: Chapter 9 Table of Contents
CHAPTER 9: USING SPRITE BACKUP
About Sprite Backup .................................................. 63
Backing Up Data in Basic Mode ................................ 63
Restoring Data in Basic Mode ................................... 64
Tips for Using Basic Mode......................................... 64
Synchronizing after Restoring Data ........................................... 64
Backing Up Data in Advanced Mode ........................ 65
Setting Options for Backup ......................................................... 66
Restoring Data in Advanced Mode ........................... 67
Setting Restore Options ............................................................... 68
Scheduling Automatic Backups ................................ 69
Monitoring Your Battery ............................................. 69
Backing Up and Restoring PIM Data Automatically 70
Viewing Backup History ............................................. 70
Disclaimer ................................................................... 70
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CHAPTER 9: USING SPRITE BACKUP
Sprite Backup helps you protect the data on your iQue M5 from loss due to hardware failure, drained battery, or accidental deletion.
Use Sprite Backup to save a backup copy of your data in a safe location. Then if you erase or overwrite data or lose all battery
power, you can easily restore the data from your backup copy.
Use Sprite Backup to protect your data in the following ways:
• Back up and restore all data on your iQue M5.
• Back up and restore selected files, folders, mail items, and databases.
• Back up data automatically when your battery is running low.
• Schedule automatic regular backups.
About Sprite Backup
Sprite Backup can operate in two different modes: Basic Mode and Advanced Mode. Basic Mode, the default mode, has a straightforward interface that displays the date and time of your last backup and allows you to back up and restore all data on your iQue
M5 with a single tap. Advanced Mode is designed for users with specific backup requirements. Advanced Mode allows you to select
items to exclude from backups, enable encryption and compression, and maintain existing backup files automatically.
To switch from Basic Mode to Advanced Mode:
Tap Options and then Switch to Advanced Mode.
Backing Up Data in Basic Mode
As mentioned previously, Basic Mode allows you to back up all data on your iQue M5 with a single tap. The backup process may
take several minutes, depending on how much data is stored on your iQue. Once the backup operation begins, do not remove any
storage cards or attempt to use any other programs until the operation is complete.
To back up data in Basic Mode:
1. Tap Backup Now on the Sprite Backup main screen.
2. Wait while Sprite Backup saves data. When the “Operation Completed” message appears, tap OK. Tap View Report to view the backup report (see “Viewing Backup History”).
3. Tap OK when the pop-up message appears to restart your iQue M5.
Backing up data in Basic Mode.
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Restoring Data in Basic Mode
Basic Mode also allows you to restore all data quickly and easily. Restoring data may take several minutes, depending on how much
data is stored in the backup file. Once the restore operation begins, do not remove any storage cards or attempt to use any other
programs until the operation is complete.
To restore data in Basic Mode:
1. Tap Restore Now on the Sprite Backup main screen.
2. Wait while Sprite Backup restores data. When the “Operation Completed” message appears, tap OK.
3. Tap OK when the pop-up message appears to restart your iQue M5.
Restoring data in Basic Mode.
Tips for Using Basic Mode
Keep the following tips in mind when using Basic Mode:
• Basic Mode automatically uses any options you set in Advanced mode, such as compression and encryption settings. If you
want to reset Sprite Backup settings, tap Options and then Reset Sprite Backup Settings. Note that this action does not
cancel any scheduled backups or deactivate battery monitoring.
• If you want to restore data using a backup file other than the default file, you must switch to Advanced Mode. See “Backing
Up Data in Advanced Mode.”
• Basic Mode automatically determines where to store backup files. The file is saved on a storage card if present, in Safe
storage, or in main memory. If you want to save the backup file in a different location, you must switch to Advanced Mode.
See “Backing Up Data in Advanced Mode.”
Synchronizing after Restoring Data
When you try to synchronize your iQue M5 with your computer after restoring data from a Sprite Backup operation, you may
receive a message like this: “The following information type on your mobile device has items that have not been synchronized
with this computer before.” This message is expected and unavoidable, even though you have already synchronized data with
your computer in the past. Choose Combine to add the information on your PC to that on your iQue M5. Replace removes all
entries from your iQue M5 and resynchronizes everything. In most cases, we recommend that you choose Combine; if you choose
Replace, you may important delete information that you just restored from Sprite Backup.
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Backing Up Data in Advanced Mode
In Advanced Mode, the backup page is separated into two sections. The top section contains a list of all the files you can include in
your backup file. The bottom section displays the name of your last backup file and the location where it is saved.
Remember, once you have begun the back up process, do not remove any storage cards or attempt to use any other programs until
the operation is complete.
To back up files in Advanced Mode:
1. Select which items you want to include in your backup file by tapping each item to remove or add a red checkmark.
To expand the file list, tap the [+] next to each item.
• A red checkmark means all items and sub-items in a list are included in the backup file.
• A gray checkmark means some sub-items are not included in the backup file.
• No checkmark means the item and sub-items are not included in the backup file.
2. Tap the Browse icon . Then tap the Name field and enter a name for the backup file, if you wish. Tap the Location drop-down menu and choose a location where you want to save the backup file.
3. Tap the Backup File Description field and enter a description for the backup file, if you wish. Then tap OK.
4. Tap Backup.
Backing up data in Advanced Mode.
5. Review the settings you have selected. Then tap Start.
6. Wait while Sprite Backup backs up data. When the “Operation Completed” message appears, tap OK. Tap View
Report to view the backup report (see “Viewing Backup History”).
7. Tap OK when the pop-up message appears to restart your iQue M5.
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Setting Options for Backup
Set specific backup options to further customize the way Sprite Backup saves your files. You can compress, encrypt, automatically
name and maintain backup files, and configure many other backup options.
Compress Backup—Compresses all new backup files so that they take up less storage space. Backup operations take longer when
you choose this option, especially if you are backing up files that are already compressed, such as image or music files.
Encrypt Backup—Encrypts and password-protects all new backup files. When you create an encrypted backup file, you must enter
a password that is alphanumeric and between six and fifteen characters long. When you restore the backup file, you must reenter the
password. Note that encryption only applies to manual backup operations (not scheduled or automatic backups).
Stop Processes Before Backup—Causes Sprite Backup to close all applications that are open before beginning a backup operation.
It is a good idea to leave this option checked because it ensures that Sprite Backup can back up all necessary files.
Exclude Specific file types—Excludes all files of the type you specify from all backup operations.
Name Backup Files Automatically—Automatically creates a name for each backup file based on the current date.
Maintain prior backup files—Manages the amount of space taken up by existing backup files. This option prevents saved backup
files from taking up large amounts of space.
Create self-restoring Backup Files—Creates all new backup files as self-restoring files, which means you can restore files on a
Pocket PC without having Sprite Backup installed. These files run automatically from File Explorer and are larger than ordinary
backup files.
To set backup options in Advanced Mode:
1. Tap Options and then Backup Options.
2. Change settings as necessary.
3. To restore default settings, tap Default.
4. Tap OK.
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To exclude file types from backup operations:
1. Tap Options and then Backup Options.
2. Tap Edit Exclusion List....
3. Tap to check or uncheck items you want to exclude from backups.
4. To exclude more specific file types or files, tap the Custom field and type a file type or folder name. Then tap Add.
• Enter a folder name to exclude all items in that folder (example: \Temp excludes all files and folders in the
Temp folder).
• Enter a folder name with a wildcard specifier to exclude all items in that folder but include all items in any subfolders (example: \Windows\*.*).
• Enter a folder name with a wildcard plus extension to exclude all files of that type in the folder (example: \Windows\*.dll excludes all .dll files in the Windows folder).
• Enter a wildcard plus extension name to exclude all files of that type in all folders (example: *.msg).
5. To delete custom files, tap to highlight the file name and then tap Delete.
6. To restore default settings, tap Default.
7. Tap OK.
To set maintenance options for backup files:
1. Tap Options and then Backup Options.
2. Check the box next to Maintain prior backup files. Then tap Options....
3. Check or uncheck boxes for maximum amount of space and maximum number of backup files. Then, if necessary,
specify the maximum amount of space and the maximum number of files.
• Check “Maximum amount of space to use in the destination folder...” to limit the amount of space taken up by
backup files to the amount you specify. Sprite Backup deletes old backup files (oldest first) if necessary to create space for new backup files.
• Check “Maximum number of backup files to keep...” to limit the number of files that Sprite Backup saves in the
destination folder. Sprite backup deletes old backup files (oldest first) to ensure that there are no more than the
specified number of files present.
4. Tap OK.
Restoring Data in Advanced Mode
In Advanced Mode, the restore page allows you to choose the backup file you want to use to restore files and settings. You can view
a description for the backup file if you entered one previously. You can also view a list of all files included in the backup file and use
the list to restore files selectively.
To restore all data in Advanced mode:
1. Tap the Restore tab.
2. Tap the Browse icon
tap Open.
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3. Tap Restore. Review your settings at the top of the page. Then tap Start.
Restoring files in Advanced Mode.
4. Wait while Sprite Backup restores data.
5. Tap OK when the pop-up message appears to restart your iQue M5.
To restore specific files:
1. Tap the Restore tab.
2. Tap the Browse icon
tap Open.
to choose the backup file you want to use to restore data. Tap to highlight the file and then
3. Tap to uncheck all items in the list on the Restore page. To expand the file list, tap the [+] next to each item. Then
use the list to browse to the files you want to restore and check the boxes next to those files.
4. Tap Restore. Review your restore settings, and then tap Start.
5. Tap OK when the pop-up message appears to restart your iQue M5.
Setting Restore Options
Set restore options to customize the way Sprite Backup restores your data. By default, both restore options are enabled:
Stop Process Before Restore—Causes Sprite Backup to close all applications that are open before beginning a restore operation. It
is a good idea to leave this option checked because it ensures that Sprite Backup can restore and overwrite files (if necessary).
Automatic Menu Handling—Allows Sprite Backup to automatically correct any problems that may arise when restoring the Start
Menu. Specifically, Sprite Backup prevents unmovable duplicate menu items from appearing in the Start Menu after restoring data.
Deselect this option only if you want to restore individual Start Menu items rather than the entire Start Menu.
To set restore options in Advanced mode:
1. Tap Options and then Restore Options.
2. Tap to check or uncheck the options you want.
3. To restore default settings, tap Default.
4. Tap OK.
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Using Sprite Backup: Scheduling Automatic Backups
Scheduling Automatic Backups
You can schedule Sprite Backup to perform a backup of your data automatically on a specific date and time (can be recurring). Note
that the backup file includes all data on your iQue M5 except those files you have excluded in Backup Options. Also note that any
automatic backups are not encrypted. See “Setting Backup Options” for more information.
To schedule automatic backups:
1. Tap Options and then Scheduled Backup.
2. Tap to check Enabled Scheduled Backup.
3. Tap to select a frequency for the backup.
4. Tap the arrow to the right of the date to select a date from the calendar.
5. Tap the hour and minute numbers in the Time field and then tap the up and down arrows to change the time.
6. Tap the Browse icon
to choose the location and folder where you want to save the backup file.
7. Tap to check the box if you want to restart your iQue M5 when the backup is complete.
8. Tap OK.
NOTE: The location you select for the backup file must be available for backup operations to proceed. If the selected location is not available (not enough storage space), then the automatic backup will be cancelled.
Scheduling an automatic backup.
Monitoring Your Battery
Sprite Backup can monitor your battery level and automatically notify you when the remaining battery life drops below a certain
level. The battery notification is similar to notifications that appear for upcoming appointments. You can dismiss the notification,
snooze, or tap Run to back up your data. You can also choose to back up your data automatically without notification if the battery
life drops below a certain level. Note that the backup file includes all data on your iQue M5 except those files you have excluded in
Backup Options. Also note that any automatic backups are not encrypted. See “Setting Options for Backup.”
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To enable battery monitoring:
1. Tap Options and then Battery Monitoring.
2. Tap to check the box next to Monitor the battery life of this device.
3. Tap to back up automatically or receive a backup prompt (notification).
4. Choose the battery life level at which you want to back up data or display a backup prompt. The level you choose
must be between 10 and 90 percent.
5. Tap the Browse icon
to choose the location and folder where you want to save the backup file.
6. Tap OK.
Backing Up and Restoring PIM Data Automatically
Sprite Backup can back up PIM (Personal Information Manager) data to safe storage automatically, so that any changes to your
Calendar and Contacts are saved and cannot be erased by power loss or hard reset. When you hard-reset your iQue M5, your
Calendar and Contacts are automatically restored.
To enable automatic backup and restore of PIM data:
1. Tap Options and then PIM Mirroring.
2. Tap to check the box next to Enable PIM Mirroring.
Viewing Backup History
The Backup History page displays the date and time of the thirty most recent backup files created. You can also view a detailed
backup history, called a backup report, which contains details about each backup operation.
To view backup history:
1. Tap Options and then View Backup History.
2. Tap a date and time to view the backup report for that specific backup operation.
Disclaimer
Regardless of whether any remedy set forth herein fails of its essential purpose, in no event will Sprite Software be liable to you for
any special consequential, indirect or similar damages, including any lost profits or lost data arising out of the use or inability to use
the software even if Sprite Software has been advised of the possibility of such damages.
Some states do not allow the limitation or exclusion of liability for incidental or consequential damages so the above limitation or
exclusion may not apply to you.
In no case shall Sprite Software’s Liability exceed the purchase price for the software. The disclaimers and limitations set forth
above will apply regardless of whether you accept the software.
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Changing Personal Settings ........................... 72
Viewing iQue M5 Information ......................... 75
Configuring Backlight and Power Settings ... 76
Changing System Settings ............................. 77
Configuring Regional Settings ....................................... 78
Removing Programs ....................................................... 78
Changing Screen Settings ............................................... 79
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You can customize your iQue M5 by adjusting personal settings and system settings. Personal settings allow you to change things
like sounds, passwords, and menus. System settings allow you to adjust backlight and power settings, change system time, change
memory settings, and more. Choosing the correct system settings can also help save battery power.
Changing Personal Settings
To customize Buttons:
1. Tap
, Settings, and the Buttons icon.
2. Tap the button in the list you want to change. Then choose the program from the Assign a program drop-down
menu that you want to open when you press that button.
3. Tap the Up/Down Control tab to change the way your Up and Down buttons (Scroll button on the front of your
iQue M5) operate.
4. Tap the Advanced tab to change the way the Que button operates. For more information, refer to the Que
Applications Guide.
Changing Button settings.
To customize the Input Panel:
1. Tap
, Settings, and the Input icon.
2. Choose an input method from the drop-down menu. Then tap Options, or tap to configure settings (for the
Keyboard).
3. Tap the Word Completion tab to turn word completion on or off and configure settings.
4. Tap the Options tab to change more settings including voice recording format and zoom options.
Changing Input Panel settings.
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To place programs in the Start Menu:
1. Tap
, Settings, and the Menus icon.
2. Tap to place a checkmark next to the programs you want to appear in your Start menu. If you do not want a
, Programs.
program to appear, uncheck the box. Unchecked programs appear under
3. Tap the New Menu tab and then check the box next to Turn on New button menu to activate the New menu
(found on the Today page at the lower left corner of the screen). Tap to check or uncheck programs you want to appear in this menu.
Changing Start menu and New menu settings.
To set Owner Information:
1. Tap
, Settings, and the Owner Information icon.
2. Tap each field and enter your personal information.
3. Tap the Notes tab and enter any notes you want to display.
3. Tap the Options tab and check the boxes if you want to display your personal information or notes each time you
turn on your iQue M5.
Entering Owner Information.
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To set a password:
1. Tap
, Settings, and the Password icon.
2. To activate a password, tap to check the box next to Prompt if device unused for. Then, from the drop-down list,
select how long you want your iQue M5 to sit idle before it asks for a password.
3. Choose a password type from the Password type drop-down menu.
4. Enter the password. If you chose Simple 4 digit as the password type, you must enter a four-digit number. If you
chose Strong alphanumeric, reenter the password in the Confirm field.
5. Tap the Hint tab and enter a hint to help you remember your password.
5. Tap ok. Then tap Yes to confirm your changes.
A simple password, a strong password, and a password hint.
To change or delete a password:
1. Tap
, Settings, and the Password icon.
2. Enter your password.
3. Change your password to a new password. To stop using a password, uncheck the box next to Prompt if device
unused for.
To change sounds:
1. Tap
, Settings, and the Sounds & Notifications icon.
2. Tap to check boxes for the sounds you want to hear and uncheck boxes for the sounds you want to silence.
NOTE: You can adjust the volume from the Today page by tapping
and dragging the slider bar up or down.
To change notifications:
1. Tap
, Settings, and the Sounds & Notifications icon. Then tap the Notifications tab.
2. Tap the Event drop-down menu to choose an event.
3. Tap to check or uncheck the Play sound box. Tap to check or uncheck other notification settings as needed.
The Sounds tab.
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To change the Today screen theme:
1. Tap
, Settings, and the Today icon.
2. Select a theme from the list that appears. To use a picture as the background, check the box next to Use this picture
as the background. Then tap Browse to select a picture on your iQue M5.
3. Tap the Items tab and check or uncheck boxes to choose what appears on the Today screen. Tap an item and then
tap Move Up or Move Down to change the order in which items appear.
4. Tap Intellidate, QuickLaunch, GPS Info, Calendar, or Tasks and then tap Options to specify how these items appear
on the Today screen.
5. If you want the iQue M5 to display the Today screen when turned on, tap Today timeout. Then choose a time from
the drop-down menu (the Today screen appears when the iQue M5 is turned on after sitting idle for this amount
of time).
Changing the appearance of the Today screen.
Viewing iQue M5 Information
You can view detailed information about your iQue M5 from two system settings programs: About and Assets. About shows you
information about the Windows Mobile™ software and copyrights on your iQue M5 and allows you to change the device name for
use with ActiveSync. Assets displays detailed information about the iQue M5 hardware and included Garmin software.
To view About or Assets:
1. Tap
, Settings, and the System tab.
2. Tap About or Assets. To view information in About, tap each tab. To view information within Assets, expand each
topic by tapping .
To change the device name:
1. Tap
, Settings, and the System tab.
2. Tap About and then the Device ID tab. Then enter a new name in the Device name field and tap ok.
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You can also view information about device Certificates from system settings. A certificate is a file that helps you identify yourself
to secure networks (personal certificates) or helps you identify servers you may connect to (root certificates).
To view certificates:
1. Tap
, Settings, and the System tab.
2. Tap the Certificates icon. View your personal certificates. Tap the Root tab to view root certificates.
3. To delete a certificate, tap and hold on a certificate in the list and choose Delete.
Configuring Backlight and Power Settings
Changing Backlight and Power settings properly can help you save battery life! If you keep the backlight or your iQue M5 on for
long periods of time, you will use up battery power very quickly. Remember to turn off the backlight and your iQue M5 when you
are not using them to save battery power.
To change Backlight settings:
1. Tap
, Settings, the System tab, and the Backlight icon.
2. From the Battery Power tab, tap the drop down menu to select how much time should pass before the backlight
turns off when using battery power.
3. Tap the External Power tab. Tap to check the box if you want the backlight to turn off when the device is run by
external power (like your automotive cradle or your desk cradle). Tap to select how much time you want to elapse
before the backlight turns off.
4. Tap the Brightness tab. Choose the brightness level you want the backlight to have.
Changing Backlight settings.
To change Power settings:
1. From the Backlight screen, tap the blue power link at the bottom of the screen.
OR
Tap
, Settings, the System tab, and then the Power icon.
2. View the current battery power remaining.
3. Tap the Wireless tab to turn wireless signals on or off.
4. Tap the Advanced tab to turn off the device if idle. Choose a time from the drop-down menu. After the iQue M5 is
idle for this amount of time, the unit will turn off automatically.
5. Tap the Sleep tab to wake up the device by pressing buttons or to enable GPS Standby mode.
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Changing System Settings
To change bass boost settings:
1. Tap
, Settings, and the System tab.
2. Tap the Audio icon. Drag the slider to adjust bass boost settings.
To change microphone settings:
1. Tap
, Settings, the System tab and then the Audio icon.
2. Tap the Microphone tab. Then tap to configure the microphone gain for various situations. If you choose a custom
gain setting, drag the slider at the bottom of the screen to adjust the gain.
To change the time:
1. Tap
, Settings, the System tab, and the Clock & Alarms icon.
2. Tap to choose whether you want to set Home time or Visiting time.
3. Choose a time zone from the drop-down menu.
3. To change the time, tap to highlight the hour showing in the Time field. Tap the up arrow or down arrow to change
the hour. Tap to change minutes, seconds, and AM or PM in the same way.
4. Tap the arrow next to the date to choose a date from the calendar. Or tap each number in the date and enter new
information using the Input Panel.
5. Tap ok.
NOTE: You can also change the time by tapping the Date and Time displayed on the Today screen.
Changing the time.
To set an alarm:
1. Tap
, Settings, the System tab, and the Clock & Alarms icon.
2. Tap the Alarms tab.
3. Tap to check the first box to set an alarm. Next to the box, tap < Description > and enter a name for the alarm.
4. To select a day of the week for the alarm to go off, tap a letter underneath the alarm name. Tap multiple letters to
select multiple days. Tap a selected letter to remove that day.
5. Tap the time to set the time you want the alarm to go off. Tap the bell to customize the way the alarm goes off.
6. Repeat steps 3-6 for each new alarm you want to set.
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Tap to change how
the alarm goes off.
Setting an alarm.
To view memory available and change how memory is allocated:
1. Tap
, Settings, the System tab, and the Memory icon.
2. Drag the slider to adjust how much memory is allocated to Storage and Programs.
3. Tap the Storage Card tab to view how much memory is free in Safe Storage and on your Secure Digital (SD) card.
4. Tap the Running Programs tab to view what programs are running. Tap a program and then tap Activate to view
the program or tap Stop to close the program. Tap Stop All to close all running programs.
Configuring Regional Settings
This control panel allows you to change how data appears on your iQue M5, such as currency, times, dates, and numbers. Pocket
PC comes pre-installed with many international regional setting profiles, but all can be configured to your needs.
To change Regional Settings:
1. Tap
, Settings, the System tab, and the Regional Settings icon.
2. Tap the drop down menu to select the language you want to appear on your iQue M5.
NOTE: This language setting does not affect icon or program names; it only changes dates, numbers, and other data
you enter.
3. Tap the Number, Currency, Time, and Date tabs to change the way these things appear on your iQue M5. You may
need to reset your iQue M5 for these settings to take effect.
Removing Programs
Use Remove Programs to uninstall programs from your iQue M5 that you have installed into storage memory. Note that you cannot
uninstall programs that came included with your iQue M5.
To remove programs:
1. Tap
, Settings, the System tab, and the Remove Programs icon.
2. Tap the program in the list that you want to remove. Then tap Remove.
Tap Yes when the warning message appears.
Tap Yes to begin removing a program.
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Changing Screen Settings
Occasionally, your touch display might not respond correctly to stylus or finger taps. If this happens, try aligning the screen.
To align the screen:
1. Tap
, Settings, the System tab, and the Screen icon.
2. Tap the Align Screen button.
3. Follow the instructions on the screen.
Aligning the screen.
You can change the screen orientation on your iQue M5 from portrait mode (default) to landscape mode.
To change screen orientation:
1. Tap
, Settings, the System tab and the Screen icon.
2. Tap to change the screen to Landscape (left or right-handed) or Portrait mode.
NOTE: Some programs work best in Portrait mode. If you have trouble using a program, try switching to Portrait mode.
Enable ClearType if you want to control how fonts appear on your iQue M5 screen. You can also adjust ClearType with the
ClearType Tuner.
To enable ClearType:
1. Tap
, Settings, the System tab, and the Screen icon.
2. Tap the ClearType tab. Then check the box to enable ClearType.
To use the ClearType tuner:
1. Tap
, Settings, the System tab, and the ClearType Tuner icon.
2. Drag the slider until the text looks clear. Then tap ok.
To change screen text size:
1. Tap
, Settings, the System tab and the Screen icon.
2. Tap the Text Size tab. Then drag the slider to increase or decrease the text size that appears in most programs.
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Index
A
C
K
About Your iQue M5 75
ActiveSync 12–17
backing up files 16
moving files and folders 13
restoring files 16
Alarms
setting 77
Appointments 19
creating 20
meeting requests 21
Assets 75
Audio Settings 77
Calendar 19
meeting requests 21
recording a message 9
Changing Settings 72
Command Bar 5
Connecting to an ISP 39
Contacts 22
creating 22
finding 22
recording a message 9
Currency
changing 78
Customizing Your iQue M5 72
Keyboard 6
B
Backing Up Files 16
Backlight 76
Bass Boost 77
Battery iii
Beaming with Infrared 45
Block Recognizer 7
Bluetooth 50–61
and ActiveSync 54
changing device name 61
changing modes 59
changing views 58
connecting to Internet 55
enabling 50
exchanging files 55
explorer mode 59
exploring services 51
file transfer service 56
new connection 51
pairing 53
personal area network 57
PIN code 54
serial port connection 57
synchronizing with 54
BTExplorer 50
changing settings 61
opening 50
Buttons 2
customizing 72
Index
D
Date
changing format 78
Dates 8
Device Name
changing 75
Device name
Bluetooth name 61
Drawing 9
F
File Explorer 10
Find Files and Folders 10
I
Infrared 45
Input Panel 6
customizing 72
Internet
and Bluetooth 55
browsing 47
connecting by modem 38
connecting by network 42
dialing rules 40
favorites 47
VPN 42
wireless ethernet connection 43
work URL exceptions 44
L
Language
changing 78
Letter Recognizer 7
License Agreement b
M
Meetings
scheduling 21
Memory 78
Messaging 25
configuring e-mail accounts 27
connecting to an e-mail server 26
signatures 25
vCards 26
Microphone 9
Microphone Settings 77
MSN Messenger 33
messenger contacts 34
my text 34
signing in and out 33
N
Navigation Bar 5
Network
connecting 42
connecting to a VPN 42
proxy server settings 43
wireless ethernet 43
Notes 8, 24
beaming 24
creating 24
recording a message 9
Notifications
changing 74
Numbers
changing 78
O
Owner Information 73
80
Index
P
Password
changing 74
deleting 74
setting 74
Pictures 35
slideshow 36
Pocket Excel 31
Pocket Internet Explorer 47–48
Pocket Word 29–30
Pop-up Menus 5
Power Settings 76
Programs
adding 14
opening 4
removing 14
R
Recording Messages 9
Regional Settings 78
Removing Programs 78
Restoring Files 16
S
Security
setting a password 74
Signatures 25
Sounds
bass boost 77
microphone 77
Sprite Backup 63
backing up data 63, 65, 70
backup history 70
backup options 66
changing modes 63
monitoring your battery 69
restore options 68
restoring data 64, 67, 70
scheduling automatic backups 69
Start Menu
adding programs 15, 73
Stylus 3
Synchronizing 12
e-mail messages 26
Index
limiting 12
scheduling 13
with exchange server 17
with infrared 17
System Status Window 3
T
Tap and Hold 3
Tasks 23
beaming 23
creating 23
recording a message 9
Terminal Services Client 36
Time
changing 77
changing format 78
Today Screen 3
changing wallpaper 36
Today screen
changing 75
Transcriber 7
W
Warranty ii
Windows Media Player for Pocket
PC 35
Writing on the Screen 8
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