[access-uk] Re: Palm Notebook or Whatever It Is!

Ar, brilliant! Thanks for the help!

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "James Scholes" <james@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Chris Hallsworth" <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, February 21, 2009 6:25 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Palm Notebook or Whatever It Is!


Hi Chris,

Its very clear once you have the WiFi enabled phone. You go into the wizard, 
select the wireless network, hit options (key1) and choose define access 
point'. Talks will then guide Hannah through the prompts. The only thing she 
will need to do is enter the passkey for the network if it has one, 
otherwise it will define the AP, then test the connection. She can then exit 
the wizard, and use the defined access point in any application that can 
connect to the internet.

James Scholes
http://www.jls-radio.com

Chris Hallsworth wrote:

So what would Hannah have to do then when she gets her E65? I know she needs
to use the wizard, but should she then start the web browser and allow it to
automatically define the access point, or should she define it herself?
Also, will Talks guide her through the process? As I don't have a
wireless-enabled phone I can't exactly test this, and even if I did I don't
have any wireless connections to use here, so that's why I'm asking. So
sorry for the questions and thanks in advance for the help.

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "James Scholes" <james@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Chris Hallsworth" <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, February 21, 2009 6:15 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Palm Notebook or Whatever It Is!


Hi Chris,

The WLAN wizard shows all wireless networks in range and allows you to
define an access point for them. Then whenever you use an application that
can use the internet, your phone will detect if the wireless network is in
range or not and then choose weather to show the access point in the access
point list or not. You can also choose the 'search for WLAN' option in the
access point list, however I haven't found this to be the best method. The
WLAN wizard is much better. HTH

James Scholes
http://www.jls-radio.com

Chris Hallsworth wrote:

I see the E65 comes with a wireless lan wizard. Did you use that to set up
the wireless?

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Carol Pearson" <carol.pearson29@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, February 21, 2009 6:04 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Palm Notebook or Whatever It Is!


Eleanor,

I haven't done it yet myself because I'm not using the phone for email, but,
as I understand it, you make a new access point and fill in all the
information required.  Did you make a new one with a new name?

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Carol
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On Saturday, February 21, 2009 5:47 PM (UK time), Eleanor Burke at
eleanorburke@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx said:

> I do too for e-mails Barbra since talking to you and sorting it out.
> However I am a little unstuck at present as I cannot remember how to
> set up Define Access Point and to enter my key.  I have no problem
> going to define access point but for some reason it does not seem to
> be taking my key. Perhaps you would refresh my memory.  I need to do
> this on the phone which crashed on me and I lost settings like this.

> Eleanor
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Carol Pearson" <carol.pearson29@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Saturday, February 21, 2009 11:13 AM
> Subject: [access-uk] Re: Palm Notebook or Whatever It Is!


>> I am still thinking of doing this too but have not done so yet as I
>> don't really see I have a big enough need.  Why should I use my
>> phone instead of my PC in my home, for example?  Anyway, it's a good
>> learning curve and I intend to do it in the coming weeks when things
>> quieten down a little. Various of you has kindly given me
>> information on how to do it so I should, eventually anyway, manage
>> to get there! I would be interested though to hear from any one who cares
>> to tell
>> me just why this is such an enhancement.

>> --
>> Carol
>> carol.pearson29@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx



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>> On Saturday, February 21, 2009 8:00 AM (UK time), Barbara Wilson at
>> barkingbabs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx said:

>>> Agreed James, I use mine all the time both within my own home
>>> wireless network and out and about either in hotspots or using my
>>> contract WAP. It's just like using any other program, if you can
>>> use the up and down arrow then there's nothing to be afraid of.

>>> Barbara Wilson
>>> M: 07285685682
>>> E: barkingbabs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>> IM: creativeeyes@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> From: "James Scholes" <james@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>>> To: "Edward Green" <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>>> Sent: Saturday, February 21, 2009 12:03 AM
>>> Subject: [access-uk] Re: Palm Notebook or Whatever It Is!


>>>> Hi,

>>>> What do you mean by you are not confident enough to use the
>>>> internet on your N95? I don't really understand. I, and millions
>>>> of others use the internet on our phones everyday. If you chose to
>>>> try out the internet on your device, I'm sure you would find it,
>>>> in time, an invaluable tool. Just my thoughts.

>>>> James Scholes
>>>> http://www.jls-radio.com

>>>> Edward Green wrote:

>>>> Hi Eleanor,



>>>> There is another class of devices called Ultra Mobile PC's.  They
>>>> run fully
>>>> fledged versions of Windows and can run JAWS, so are more powerful
>>>> than the
>>>> PDAs running Windows Mobile.  They are probably of a similar size
>>>> depending
>>>> on model.



>>>> While they are very small, you probably need an external keyboard
>>>> to use them effectively.  I think a netbook is a better solution.



>>>> Ed



>>>> From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
>>>> Behalf Of
>>>> Eleanor Burke
>>>> Sent: 20 February 2009 22:09
>>>> To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>>> Subject: [access-uk] Re: Palm Notebook or Whatever It Is!



>>>> That is what I was thinking Barbra.  My friend was just trying to
>>>> convince me that it would be good to have but like I say with the
>>>> NC10 and the N95. I never use the Internet on my N95 though because
>>>> I have no confidence to do
>>>> this even though my accouont gives me Internet Access.



>>>> Eleanor

>>>> ----- Original Message -----

>>>> From: Barbara Wilson <mailto:barkingbabs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

>>>> To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

>>>> Sent: Friday, February 20, 2009 9:42 PM

>>>> Subject: [access-uk] Re: Palm Notebook or Whatever It Is!



>>>> Elearnor, with your N95 and netbook, there's nothing else a PDA
>>>> would do for
>>>> you to be honest. Had one once with MSP and hated it.





>>>> Barbara Wilson
>>>> M: 07285685682
>>>> E: barkingbabs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>>> IM: creativeeyes@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

>>>> ----- Original Message -----

>>>> From: Amro Bilal <mailto:amro_bilal@xxxxxxx>

>>>> To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

>>>> Sent: Friday, February 20, 2009 7:33 PM

>>>> Subject: [access-uk] Re: Palm Notebook or Whatever It Is!



>>>> Eleanor, Palm is an operating system for PDA's devices (Personal
>>>> Digital Assistant). As far as I know no assistive technology works
>>>> with these devices. But don't despair! There're other PDA's run on
>>>> Windows Mobile operating system. Mobile Speak screen reader works
>>>> with these devices. So if
>>>> you really want a PDA there're options that are available for us
>>>> VIP's! Check out Code Factory website at



>>>> ----- Original Message -----

>>>> From: Eleanor Burke <mailto:eleanorburke@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

>>>> To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx ; bcab@xxxxxxxxxxxxx ;
>>>> dolphinusers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

>>>> Sent: Friday, February 20, 2009 7:01 PM

>>>> Subject: [access-uk] Palm Notebook or Whatever It Is!



>>>> I have a friend who has something called a Palm.  I have seen it
>>>> and it is bigger than a mobile phone and smaller than a Netbook. She
>>>> tells me that its operating system is Windows but she is not
>>>> very technical.  Anyone got one and could I run even Jaws on it? guess
>>>> I could not run Supernova on it
>>>> but given that I am totally dependent on speech on my mobile I
>>>> could cope with speech only on the Palm if that was possible.



>>>> Eleanor



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