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Old 11-29-2005, 12:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I just moved from a 7230 to the 7105t and have come across a couple of oddities that I can't seem to manage through any set-up.

The first is that when there is an incoming phone call, the number is displayed in some micro-font, like 3 point or something. On the 7230 with the software upgrade the numbers were nice and big. Is there any way to make the numbers big only for the incoming phone number? I have the standard font set to 7 point BTW.

I am reading in 3 e-mail accounts. Two of them will not allow me to go into e-mail reconciliation to change the "Delete on" option. It is really annoying because I can't avoid the Delete on Handheld/Delete on Handheld and Mailbox question. I had no problems like this on the 7230.

Any ideas?

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The tiny font issue is discussed in the below post - the battery needs to be removed and re-seated.


Caller ID font tiny on 7100t incoming call display
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On the device not allowing me to go into E-mail reconciliation on two accounts, the accounts were pre-existing when I changed from my 7230 to 7105, and they had to be deleted and re-established to fix the problem. Re-sending service books did not help.
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