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Old 04-14-2006, 09:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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So i just got my 8700 G. Luv it but have a few questions about the interface. I had 4.1 on my 7105T but htis is doing something different:

1. I have 3 mailboxes; on inbox, and then also an inbox for each imap account. I never had this before. Is this a setting somewhere?

2. The convenience keys: neither of my convenience keys will let me assign the address book to them

3. Call waiting: not working for me. When i place a call, it just says "call forwarding conditional" and if i try and enable call waqiting, it says service not available (though i think that's a TMO thing and requires a call to them...)

Other than that love the phone! Sounds 1000 times better than my 7105 and is more solid than the 8700C i had briefly...
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I'm having the same problem with my convenience keys too! I want my address book on the side one! No option for it.
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1. That's how it is, just 'hide' the other ones...

2. you can't set the address book on a convenience key. If you need to get to it quickly, just press and hold the send key (green)...

3. Have T-Mobile set it at their end...

ps: do you have calls from another number being diverted to your present mobile number? If no, why do you get the message, 'call forwarding conditional'?
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