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Configure Corporate Exchange Email with the Samsung Galaxy S™ II Skyrocket™: AT&T How to Series

Learn how to Configure Corporate Exchange Email with the Samsung Galaxy S™ II Skyrocket™.

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Configure Corporate Exchange E-mail with the Samsung Galaxy S II™

Welcome to AT&T How To videos.

Today we will show you how to Configure Corporate Exchange E-mail with the Samsung Galaxy S II™

To begin,
– From the home screen, tap E-mail.
Please Note: To setup an additional account, access the inbox and tap Account name- Menu key – Add account.

– Then enter your E-mail address and account password, and then tap Manual setup.

– Next tap Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync.

– Here you can enter your E-mail account information and then tap Next.

• Domain\User name
• Password
• Exchange server
• Use secure connection (SSL)
• Accept all SSL certificates

– A notification will be displayed. Then tap OK to continue.

– If there is a security policy enabled, a notification will display. Tap OK.

– Then configure the account options as desired, and then tap Next.

• Peak (synchronization) schedule
• Off-peak (synchronization) schedule
• Period to sync e-mail
• E-mails retrieval size
• Period to sync calendar
• Send e-mail from this account by default (only displayed if multiple accounts are configured)
• Notify me when e-mail arrives
• Sync contacts
• Sync calendar
• Sync task
• Sync SMS

 Now enter the desired E-mail account label, and then tap Done.

• If a security policy is enabled, scroll down and review the security policies, and then tap Activate to continue.

– Select the desired security type:

• PIN (Use a numeric PIN code): Enter and re-enter the desired PIN code, and then tap OK.
• Password (Use an alpha numeric password): Enter and re-enter the desired password, and then tap OK.

– Your Email inbox will be displayed.

– Test the setup by sending yourself an Email.

If further assistance is needed feel free to contact our online Business Support Team at www.att.com/biz. If accessing the site for the first time you will need to enter your device model and click “Go”.

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iPhone Custom Mp3 Alerts for SMS & Calendar 4, 3GS, 3G

How To Create Custom System Alerts from Mp3’s on your iPhone using SMS Text and Calendar Alarm as an example!
(Complete Instructions Here↓)

1) Jailbreak your iPhone
2) Goto Cydia, download OpenSSH and Pair Your Device to your Wi-Fi connection. Download Fugu for your Mac from: http://fugu.en.softonic.com/mac
3) Choose your mp3 and goto iTunes Preferences/General Preferences
4) Click Import Setting and choose Import Using: AIFF Encoder
5) Click OK for both prefs and then select your mp3
6) Right click the mp3 and click Create AIFF Version
7) Drag the AIFF version to your Desktop
8) Launch your Audio program (I use Soundtrack Pro or you can get Audacity for Free)
9) Open the AIFF file, select the part of the clip you want to discard and press delete (the clip can be anywhere from 0 to 30 seconds max)
10) If you want to modify the tone you can Select the clip and in “Process” click Convert to Mono you can also Adjust Amplitude or EQ to your taste
11) Under File select Save As: alarm (to replace the Calendar Alert) *or sms-received6 (for Text Alerts, the sms-received file can end with any # from 1-6)
(*You can also save this file as any of the iPhone Alert files listed within the UI folder shown below as long as you name it the same as the one you are replacing)
12) Select File Type: Core Audio File
13) Bit Depth: 8-bit integer
14) Sample Rate: 44100 Hz and the click Save
15) Launch Fugu
16) Enter your IP Address (found in Settings/Wi-Fi/Network)
17) Username: root
18) Password: alpine
19) Click Authenticate then click Connect
20) Select the “/” in the Connect to: (drop down menu)

21) double click System/Library/Audio/UISounds
22) Depending on which alert you created select either the: alarm.caf file or sms-received6.caf file (or any other Alert file you are replacing)
23) Right click, select Rename and add a .bak to the end of the existing file name then press enter
(this is a backup of the original iphone tone)
24) drag your new .caf file into the iPhone window and click Overwrite
25) Reboot your iPhone
26) If you created an SMS tone goto Settings/Sounds/New Text Message and select Electronic
(which = 6 if you used sms-received6.caf)

That’s it. It will play your custom tone. If you created an alarm.caf you can hear it when your Calendar has been set and any other tone you’ve replaced will be played as it normally should.


27) Goto Cydia and download MobileTerminal and open it
28) Type: login
29) Type: root
30) Type alpine
31) Type your new password
32) Retype your new password
33) Type killall SpringBoard (with caps on the S and B)
34) Next time you Launch Fugu enter your new password.

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2.6 ” Quadband Cell Phone with TV/JAVA/WIFI Functions and QWERT Keyboard


Beautiful as well as functional, it comes with TV/JAVA/WIFI functions, KWERT keyboard, and trackball.
TV mobile function enables you to pick up your favorite TV channels freely. It just likes you take a TV set in your hand everywhere. Whenever you want to know about the latest news and information, you can open this mobile phone. With java, you can download some applications and games you are interested in, and then you will have more funs with your cell phone. With WIFI technology, you can get on internet conveniently and communicate freely with others without the involvement of an access point.
This multifunctional cell phone also comes with dual cameras with flashlight, audio and video player, Bluetooth, FM, sound recorder, and so on.
The trackball makes it very convenient for you to use this cell phone.
Come on! Enjoy your life anytime and anywhere!

■Dual card, dual standby, Quadband
■Support WIFI, JAVA, TV
■2.6 inch QVGA 260K color touch screen
■Shake control
■With QWERT keyboard and trackball
■Dual cameras with flashlight
■Audio and video player
■High definition 2.0M pixel camera
■Bluetooth, FM, sound recorder

■Primary function: GSM Quadband mobile phone with JAVA/WIFI/TV
■SIM card modes: dual card dual standby
■Network format: GSM
■Frequency: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
■Screen: 2.6 inch QVGA 260K color touch screen
■Camera Pixel: 2.0M pixel
■Memory: Support TF card and free 2GB included
■Support TV, Java, WIFI, Bluetooth, wap
■Bluetooth Profiles: Handsfree, Headset, DUN, FTP, BIP, A2DP, AVRCP, SPP, OPP
■Photo Camera
Capture Format: JPEG
Resolution: up to 1600*1200
■Video Camera
Capture Format: MPEG4
■Video Player: YES -,MP4, 3GP
■Audio Player: YES – MP3
■Sound Recorder: YES – AMR, WAV, AWB
■Languages: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnamese, Turkish, Russian, Arabic, Persian, Thai, Greek
■Built-in games
■Battery Type: Rechargeable Li-ion
■Dimension: 109*60*15mm
■Weight: 120g
■Color: Red

Product Notes
§ Phonebook: 2000 entries
§ Message: SMS, MMS, chat, email, voicemail, broadcast message
§ Multimedia: TV, camera, image viewer, video recorder, video player, audio player, sound recorder, FM radio
§ tools: calendar, tasks, alarm, calculator, unit converter, currency converter, health, stopwatch, ebook, world clock


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