Sharp – Zaurus SL-5500 – User Manual

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OPERATION MANUAL
Personal mobile tool SL-5500 OPERATION MANUAL
SHARP CORPORATION
PRINTED IN JAPAN
IMPRIMÉ AU JAPON
02A T -TO(TINSE1272YCZZ)i
Table of Contents
Introduction……………………………………………………1
About this manual……………………………………………………..2
Address Book ………………………………………………..3
Overview………………………………………………………………….3
Creating a new Address Book entry …………………………….6
Modifying an Address Book entry………………………………..7
Attaching a Note ……………………………………………………….7
Deleting an Address Book entry ………………………………….8
Address Book Setup………………………………………………….8
Registering/Editing your personal information
(My Personal Details) ………………………………………………..9
Calendar ………………………………………………………11
Overview………………………………………………………………..11
Adding Events ………………………………………………………..14
Modifying a Calendar event………………………………………18
Deleting Calendar event entries ………………………………..18
Calendar Setup……………………………………………………….20
Todo List………………………………………………………21
Overview………………………………………………………………..21
Creating a new Todo List entry………………………………….23
Modifying a Todo List entry ………………………………………24
Deleting Todo task entries………………………………………..25
Other functions ……………………………………………………….26
Text Editor ……………………………………………………27
Overview………………………………………………………………..27
Creating a new Text Editor entry ……………………………….29
Modifying a Text Editor entry…………………………………….29
Deleting a Text Editor entry ………………………………………29
Renaming the Text Editor file ……………………………………30
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Media Player…………………………………………………31
Overview………………………………………………………………..31
Playing a file …………………………………………………………..36
Playing a file in the Playlist ……………………………………….37
Other functions ……………………………………………………….39
Image Viewer………………………………………………..41
Overview………………………………………………………………..41
Viewing images ………………………………………………………43
Opera Browser ……………………………………………..45
Overview………………………………………………………………..45
Browsing the Web page …………………………………………..47
EMail ……………………………………………………………53
Overview………………………………………………………………..53
E-mail accounts ………………………………………………………58
Creating an e-mail message……………………………………..61
Sending an e-mail message ……………………………………..64
Receiving e-mail messages………………………………………65
Registering the e-mail address of the sender
in the Address Book application ………………………………..66
Opening or arranging the attachment files ………………….67
Deleting e-mail messages ………………………………………..68
Searching for an e-mail message………………………………70
Using a mailbox folder in the Inbox/Outbox folder………..73
Other functions ……………………………………………………….75
Extras…………………………………………………………..77
City Time ……………………………………………………………….77
Clock……………………………………………………………………..79
Calculator ………………………………………………………………80
System Info…………………………………………………………….82
Voice Recorder (commercially available) ……………………83
Help Browser ………………………………………………………….87
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Games………………………………………………………….89
Asteroids……………………………………………………………….89
Go………………………………………………………………………..89
Mindbreaker…………………………………………………………..89
Mine Hunt ……………………………………………………………..90
Patience………………………………………………………………..90
Snake …………………………………………………………………..90
Word Game …………………………………………………………..90
Settings………………………………………………………..91
Adjusting the date and time (Date/Time) …………………….91
Add/Remove Software……………………………………………..93
Backup/Restore …………………………………………………….100
Beam Receive ………………………………………………………102
Setting the Appearance ………………………………………….106
Using the Application Key……………………………………….107
Managing power (Light & Power) …………………………….108
Adjusting the touch panel (Recalibrate)…………………….109
Security………………………………………………………………..109
Shutting down……………………………………………………….112
Internet Settings …………………………………………113
Internet Wizard ……………………………………………………..113
Network & Sync …………………………………………………….127
Proxim Configuration ……………………………………………..138
Wireless LAN Setting……………………………………………..138
Appendix ……………………………………………………141
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Introduction
Congratulations and thank you for purchasing the SL-5500 Personal Mobile Tool.
We recommend that you first read the separate Start-up Guide (which mainly covers
setup procedure, hardware operations, and common and basic software operations)
before using the SL-5500 unit. Then read this Operation Manual (which mainly
covers software operations).
Some of the accessories described in this manual may not be available at the time
you purchase this product.
Copyright
It is the intent of Sharp that this product be used in full compliance with the copyright
laws of the United States and that prior permission be obtained from copyright
owners whenever necessary.
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About this manual
The SL-5500 can be operated by either pressing keys on the keyboard or tapping
an item (buttons, etc.) on the screen using the stylus.
• This operation manual mainly describes the stylus operation. Button or key
operations are included, if they make it easier to carry out the function.
Keys
This manual represents keys with the following:
Screen Buttons and Menu Names
Screen buttons and menu names, such as “OK”, “File”, “Edit”, etc., are indicated
using quotation marks.

: HOME key
: Cancel key
: OK key
: Cursor key
: Left cursor key
: Right cursor key
: Up cursor key
: Down cursor key
SELECT key
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Address Book
The Address Book application allows you to manage contact information on friends,
colleagues, etc. covering the items shown below.
You can also add notes to help you remember contacts more easily.
Overview
The Address Book application has three major screens: Edit Address screen, Index
screen, and Detail screen.
New/Edit Address screen
1. In the Applications folder of the Home screen, tap the “Address Book”
application icon.
The Index screen appears.
2.Tap .
The New Address screen appears.
You can create a new Address Book entry.
“Notes…” button
Tap to attach a note.
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First Name First name
Last Name Last name
Category Category (Tap the drop-down list button.)
Middle Name Middle name
Job Title Title
Department Department in the office
Company Company name
Work Phone Work Phone Number
Work Fax Work Fax Number
Work Mobile Business Mobile phone number
Emails E-mail addresses
Home Phone Home phone number
Home Fax Home Fax Number
Home Mobile Personal Mobile phone number
Work Street Work Address
Work City Work City
Work State Work State
Work Zip Work zip code
Work Country Country of the office
Work Pager Work pager-number
Work Web Page Company URL
Home Street Street Address
Home City Home City
Home State Home State
Home Zip Home Zip Code
Home Country Home Country
Home Web Page Home URL
Spouse Spouse’s name
Birthday Birthday
Anniversary Anniversary
Nickname Nickname
Gender Gender (Select from the drop-down list.)
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Note:
• An Address Book entry can not be saved if only the Gender field is filled out.
• You can enter multiple e-mail addresses in the Emails field by inserting a
comma between them. Each e-mail address entered can be used as an e-mail
address in the EMail application.
Index Screen
A list of existing names and contact details is displayed.
Note:
• If you have no entries in the First Name, Last Name or Middle Name field, the
entry for the Company field will be displayed in the Full Name column instead.
If there is no entry in the Company field, the first e-mail address in the Emails
field will be displayed instead.
• To find the desired entry in the Full Name column, Contact column, Company
column, press the first few characters in the each column on the hardware
keyboard. The focus moves to the matching column.
Category name Indicates the category name of the entries listed.
“Full Name” button Tap to sort the entries by full name.
“Contact” button Tap to sort the entries by contact data.
“Company” button Tap to sort the entries by company.
Data area
Displays the contents of the entry.
Full Name column displays the First Name, Last
Name and Middle Name.
Contact column displays the first entry listed under
the First Name, Last Name, and Middle Name fields.
(except for “Company” field)
Tap this field to open the Detail screen of the entry.
“Contact” button
Data area
“Full Name” button
H: Indicates Home Phone
or Home Mobile.
W: Indicates Work Phone
or Work Mobile.
“Company” button
Category name
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Detail Screen
1. On the Index screen, tap an entry to see the full address details.
Or move the focus to the entry by using and then press the SELECT key.
Note: To switch the screens between the Index and Detail screen, press the
Address Book key on the slider cover.
Creating a new Address Book entry
You can add a new address using the New Address screen.
1. On the Index or Detail screen, tap .
The New Address screen for a new entry appears.
2. Enter the contact data in the fields.
Pressing the tab key on the hardware keyboard moves the cursor to the next
entry field.
Pressing the shift-tab keys moves the cursor to the previous entry field.
Note:
• Tap the “Notes…” button to attach a note. (See page 7.)
• If you want to assign one or more category names, see the separate Start-up
Guide for details.
3. Tap to save the new entry.
The New Address screen returns to the Index screen.
If you tap , the new entry is canceled.
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Modifying an Address Book entry
1. On the Index screen, move the focus to the entry you want to modify.
Or open the Detail screen.
2. Tap .
The Edit Address screen appears.
3. Tap each field and modify the entry.
Note: Tap the “Notes…” button to attach a note. (See below.)
4. Tap to save the modification.
The Edit Address screen turns to the Index screen.
If you tap , the modification is canceled.
Attaching a Note
You can enter a note to go with the address.
1. On the New Address or Edit Address screen, tap the “Notes…” button.
The Enter Note screen appears.
2. Enter the note and tap to save it.
The Enter Note screen returns to the Edit Address screen.
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If you tap on the Enter Note screen, the attached note is canceled.
To save the entry with a note attached, tap on the New Address or Edit
Address screen.
Deleting an Address Book entry
1. On the Index screen, move the focus to the entry you want to delete.
Or open the Detail screen.
2. Tap , or tap the “Data” menu and then tap “Delete…”.
The confirmation message appears before the entry is deleted.
If you want to delete all entries from the Address Book application, tap the
“Data” menu and then tap “Delete all…”.
3. Tap “Yes” to delete the entry.
The entry will be deleted.
If you tap “No”, the deletion is canceled.
Address Book Setup
The New Address or Edit Address screen always shows the First Name and Last
Name fields at the top. You can change the order of the following fields except for
the Category and Gender fields.
1. On the Index or Detail screen, tap the “Options” menu, then tap “Field
Settings…”.
The Field Settings screen appears, and the fields following the Category field
are listed in current order.
“Up” button
“Down” button
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2. Tap the field you want to move.
3. Tap the “Up” or “Down” button (or press and hold and then press or )
to move the selected field upwards or downwards to the desired position.
4. Tap to save the setting.
The Field Settings screen returns to the previous screen.
Your setting will be displayed following the Category field on the New Address
or Edit Address screen.
If you tap , the setting is canceled.
Registering/Editing your personal
information (My Personal Details)
1. On the Index screen, tap the “Data” menu and then tap “My Personal Details…”.
My Personal Details screen appears.
2. Tap and then enter your information on Edit My Personal Details screen that
appears.
Note: On the Personal Detail screen, you cannot enter the category name.
3. Tap to save the setting.
My Personal Details screen appears listing your information.
4. Tap the “Data” menu and then tap “My Personal Details…”.
The display returns to the Index screen.
Note: Your personal information registered after FULL reset will be displayed
on the My Personal Detail screen of step 1 above. (See the separate
Start-up Guide, “Registering your personal information”.)
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Calendar
The Calendar application is used to store events you are keeping track of and to set
alarms. For this application to work properly, the built-in clock must be set to the
correct time and date.
Overview
You can view one day, one week or one month at a time. Tap the “View” menu, then
select “Day”, “Week” or “Month”.
There are also toolbar icons, (day), (week) and (month), for switching
views.
By selecting “Today” from the View menu, you can display the Day screen for today.
Day screen
1. In the Applications folder of the Home screen, tap the “Calendar” application
icon.
Day icon Displays the Day screen.
Week icon Displays the Week screen.
Month icon Displays the Month screen.
Previous button Moves to the previous date.
Date button
Opens/closes the Calendar screen to select
the date.
Day icon
Month icon
Previous button
Day of week buttons
Next button
Week icon
Date button
Time indication
Event indication
(Focused status)
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Week screen
Day of week buttons Switches the day of the week.
Next button Moves to the next date.
Time indication
Displays the time.
Tap or drag this field and tap to open the
New Event screen with the Start and End time
entered.
Event indication
(Focused status)
Displays the registered events.
: Events with Alarm setting
: Repeating events
Press or to move the focus.
Then press the SELECT key or to open
the Detail screen.
Year spinbox
Select the year.
Tap to move to the next year, and tap
to move to the previous year.
Week spinbox
Select the week.
T ap to move to the next week, and tap
to move to the previous week.
Date indication
Displays the start and end date of the selected
week.
Time column Displays the time.
Day of week buttons
Tap to open the Day screen of the selected
day.
Year spinbox
Week spinbox
Time column
Day of week buttons
The currently focused
initial is displayed in
blue.
Date indication
Event indication
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Month screen
Event indication
Tap to display the detailed contents of the
event.
Green bar: All day event
Red bar: Event with an Alarm setting
Blue bar: Event with Start and End time
setting
Press or to move the focus between
days of the week. Then press or the
SELECT key to open the Day screen.
To January button Moves to January of the selected year.
Previous button Moves to the previous month.
Month drop-down list
button
Select the desired month.
Year spinbox
Select the year.
Tap to move to the next year, and tap
to move to the previous year.
Next button Moves to the next month.
To December button Moves to December of the selected year.
Date cell
Tap to open the Day screen of the date.
Colored events mean:
Red box: Event with an Alarm setting
Blue box: Event with Start and End time
setting
: Repeating event
: All day event
Focus frame
Press to move the focus. Then press
or the SELECT key to open the Day
screen.
To January button
Previous button
Year spinbox
Next button
Month drop-down
list button
To December button
Date cell
Focus frame
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Detail Screen
Adding Events
1. In any view mode screen of the Calendar application, tap .
The New Event screen appears.
2. Select/Enter the event contents.
• For Description and Location, you can either select from the list, or enter your
own.
• Select the desired category from the drop-down list. (“Unfiled” is the default) You
can add more category names. See the separate Start-up Guide for details.
• You can change the time zone by tapping the City Time button. (See page 77, “To
change to other cities”)
• You can set an event alarm. (See page 15, “To set an alarm”)
Detailed information
Tap or press
to close the Detail
screen.
The display returns to the
Day screen.
Alarm sound on/off
drop-down list button
Repeat button
Notes field
All day checkbox
Start/End date buttons
Time zone drop-down
list button
Alarm checkbox
Start/End time comboboxes
City Time button
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• You can make a repeating event. (See below, “To repeat an event”)
• You can enter a note in the Notes field.
3. Tap to save the new event entry.
The New Event screen turns to the previous screen.
If you tap , the new event is canceled.
Note: No event will be saved, if no items are entered in the Description,
Location, or Notes field.
To set the Start and End date/time
1. On the New Event screen, tap the Start date or End date button.
The Calendar screen appears.
2. Tap the desired date.
3. Tap the Start time or End time combobox.
4. Select the desired time, or change it by using the keyboard.
You can mark an event as taking “All day” by tapping the All day checkbox.
To set an alarm
1. On the New Event screen, check the Alarm checkbox.
2. Set the amount of time prior to the event when you would like the alarm to ring.
3. Tap the alarm sound on/off drop-down list button, and select “Silent” or “Loud”.
• The alarm will ring and the Alarm screen will appear at the set time, even if the
SL-5500 is off. (Tap “OK” to close the Alarm screen.)
• The alarm will not ring with the following settings:
• The alarm setting is “Silent”.
• The Mute checkbox is checked, or the Alarms checkbox is unchecked. (Tap
the Sound volume icon on the taskbar.)
To repeat an event
1. On the New Event screen, tap the Repeat button.
The Repeating Event screen appears.
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2. Tap the appropriate repetition button for the event, i.e. “Day”, “Week”, “Month”,
or “Year”.
If you do not want to repeat the event, tap the “None” button.
3. Enter the necessary information. (See page 16 and 17 for details.)
4. Tap to save the repeat setting.
The Repeating Event screen returns to the New Event screen.
If you tap , the repeat setting is canceled.
Daily Events
1. Tap the Every spinbox to set how many days between each repeat.
2. If the event has an end date, uncheck the No End Date checkbox, then tap the
End Date button, and choose an end date from the calendar that pops up.
Weekly Events
1. Tap the Every spinbox to set how many weeks between each repeat.
Repeating Event screen
(Day)
Every spinbox
No End Date checkbox End Date button
Repeating Event screen
(Week)
Repeat On buttons
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2. If the event has an end date, uncheck the No End Date checkbox, then tap the
End Date button, and choose an end date from the calendar that pops up.
3. To choose which day(s) of the week the event should repeat, tap the relevant
Repeat On button(s).
Monthly Events
1. Tap the Every spinbox to set how many months between each repeat.
2. If the event has an end date, uncheck the No End Date checkbox, then tap the
End Date button, and choose an end date from the calendar that pops up.
3. If the event repeats by day of week (i.e. every first Thursday), tap the Repeat By
“Day” button. If the event repeats by date (i.e. every 6th), tap the Repeat By
“Date” button.
Annual Events
1. Tap the Every spinbox to set how many years between each repeat.
2. If the event has an end date, uncheck the No End Date checkbox, then tap the
End Date button, and choose an end date from the calendar that pops up.
Repeating Event screen
(Month)
Repeat By buttons
Repeating Event screen
(Year)
No End Date checkbox
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Modifying a Calendar event
1. On the Day screen, tap and hold the entry you want to modify.
The popup menu appears.
2. Select “Edit event”.
Or on the Detail screen, tap instead of performing steps 1 and 2.
The Edit Event screen appears.
3. Modify the event.
4. Tap to save the modification.
The Edit Event screen turns to the previous screen.
If you tap , the modification is canceled.
Note: If you modify a repeating event, all of other occurrences of this repeating
event are modified accordingly.
Deleting Calendar event entries
Deleting a Calendar event entry
1. On the Day screen, tap and hold the entry you want to delete.
The pop-up menu appears.
2. Select “Delete”.
Or on the Detail screen, tap instead of performing steps 1 and 2.
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The confirmation message appears before the entry is deleted.
3. Tap “Yes” to delete the entry.
The entry will be deleted.
If you tap “No”, the deletion is canceled.
Note: If you delete a repeating event, all of other occurrences of this repeating
event are deleted accordingly. A single repeating event cannot be
deleted.
Deleting the Daily, Weekly, or Monthly events
You can delete the daily, weekly, or monthly events (except for repeating events) at
a time.
1. Open the view mode screen (Daily, Weekly, or Monthly) on which you want to
delete events.
2. Tap the “Data” menu and then tap “Delete period…”.
3. On the screen that appears, tap the drop-down list button and then tap the
specified item as follows:
For the daily events, tap “Events in selected day”.
For the weekly events, tap “Events in selected week”.
For the monthly events, tap “Events in selected month”.
4. Tap “Yes”.
The confirmation message appears before the entry is deleted.
5. Tap “Yes” to delete the entry.
The entry will be deleted.
If you tap “No”, the deletion is canceled.
Deleting all Calendar event entries
1. In any view mode of the Calendar application, tap the “Data” menu and then tap
“Delete all…”.
The confirmation message appears before the entry is deleted.
2. Tap “Yes” to delete all entries.
All entries will be deleted.
If you tap “No”, the deletion is canceled.
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Calendar Setup
You can change the starting time on the Day screen and Week screen, and the
Alarm setting.
1. On the view mode screen (Daily, Weekly, or Monthly), tap the “Options” menu,
then tap “Alarm and Start Time…”.
The Alarm and Start Time screen appears.
2. Tap the Start Time spinbox to set the earliest time you want the Day Screen/
Weekly screen to show times.
3. Check the Alarm Preset checkbox to set the Alarm Preset time.
4. Tap the Alarm Preset spinbox to change the preset time.
If you set the preset time to “5 minutes”, for example, the alarm sounds five
minutes before the event.
This setting will be the default alarm setting on the New Event screen.
5. Tap to save the setting.
The Preferences screen turns to the previous screen.
If you tap , the setting is canceled.
Start Time spinbox
Alarm Preset spinbox Alarm Preset checkbox
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Todo List
The Todo List application allows you to manage tasks you should not forget and
reminds you to complete them before the due date.
You can list them in the order of the checked status, the priority or description, and
confirm them easily.
Overview
On the Todo List Index screen, you can view a list of Todo entries.
Index screen
1. In the Applications folder of the Home screen, tap the “Todo List” application
icon.
Note: The past-due uncompleted entries will be displayed in red.
Checked status button Tap to sort the entries by checked status
(completed or uncompleted).
Completed checkbox When unchecked, the task is not completed
and when checked, the task is completed.
Priority button Tap to sort the entries by priority.
Description button Tap to sort the entries by description.
Due Date button Tap to sort the entries by due date.
Checked status button
Description button
Completed checkbox
Priority button
Due Date button
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Detail screen
1. On the Index screen, tap the desired entry.
Edit screen
Detailed information
Tap to close the
Detail screen.
The display returns to
the Index screen.
Priority drop-down list button
Due date checkbox
Due Date button
Displays the due date
if the Due date
checkbox is checked.
Tap to open the
Calendar screen.
Category drop-down
list button
Text field
Completed checkbox
Edit Categories button
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Creating a new Todo List entry
1. On the Index or Detail screen, tap .
The New Task screen appears.
2. Tap the Priority drop-down list button and select the priority.
3. Tap the Category drop-down list button to set the task’s category. You can also
enter a desired category name. For details, see the separate Start-up Guide.
4. If the task has a due date, check the Due date checkbox.
5. Tap the Due Date button and then tap the due date from the pop-up Calendar
screen.
6. Tap the text field and enter the task, etc.
7. Tap to save the new entry.
The New Task screen turns to the Index screen.
If you tap , the new entry is canceled.
Priority drop down list
button
Tap to display the candidate of the properties and then
tap your choice.
Category drop-down
list button
Tap to display the candidate of the properties and then
tap your choice.
If you want other category name, tap the Edit
Categories button. (For details, see the separate Start-
up Guide.)
Edit Categories button Tap to display the Edit Categories screen where you
can edit categories or assign multiple categories to an
event. (See the separate Start-up Guide for more
details.)
Completed checkbox Check if the task has been completed.
Due date checkbox Check it off if the task is due to be completed on a
specified date, and then tap the Due date button next
to the checkbox.
Due date button Tap this button to specify the due date if the Due date
checkbox has checked.
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Modifying a Todo List entry
1. On the Index screen, tap and hold the Description field of the entry you want to
modify.
The pop-up menu appears.
2. Select “Edit task”.
Or move the focus to the entry you want to edit and tap instead of performing
steps 1 and 2.
The Edit Task screen appears.
3. Modify the entry.
Check the Completed checkbox if the task is completed.
4. Tap to save the modification.
The Edit Task screen turns to the Index screen.
If you tap , the modification is canceled.
Note: The Task status and priority can also be changed on the Index screen.
(See below.)
Completed checkbox
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Deleting Todo task entries
Deleting a Todo task entry
1. On the Index screen, tap and hold the Description field of the entry you want to
delete.
The pop-up menu appears.
2. Select “Delete”.
The confirmation message appears before the entry is deleted.
Or move the focus to the entry you want to delete and tap instead of performing
steps 1 and 2.
3. Tap “Yes” to delete the entry.
The entry will be deleted.
If you tap “No”, the deletion is canceled.
Deleting all Todo task entries
1. On the Index or Detail screen, tap the “Data” menu and then tap “Delete all…”.
The confirmation message appears before the entry is deleted.
2. Tap “Yes” to delete all entries.
All entries will be deleted.
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Other functions
Checking a completed entry on the Index screen
When you have completed a Todo task, check the Completed checkbox on the
Index screen. If you do not check the box, the Todo List entry is recognized as
uncompleted.
1. On the Index screen, tap the Completed checkbox of the completed entry.
To remove the check, tap the Completed checkbox again.
Changing the priority on the Index screen
You can change the priority on the Index screen.
1. Tap the Priority field you want to change.
The Priority drop-down list button appears.
2. Tap the Priority drop-down list button and select the priority.
To view only the uncompleted entries
1. On the Index screen, tap the “Options” menu and then tap “View”.
2. Tap “Hide completed tasks”.
Only uncompleted entries will be displayed.
To toggle between completed and uncompleted tasks, tap the “Options” menu
and then tap “View”.
Then tap “Show completed tasks” or “Hide completed tasks”.
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Text Editor
The Text Editor application allows you to create a simple text file and open a file in
a text format and edit it. The text files are displayed in the “Documents” folder of the
Home screen.
Overview
The Text Editor application has two main screens: Text Editor Index screen and Edit
Text screen.
Index screen
1. In the Applications folder of the Home screen, tap the “Text Editor” application
icon.
The Text Edit Index screen appears.
The Text Editor Index screen displays a list of text files you can open.
Note: To find the desired text file, press the first few characters of the file name
on the hardware keyboard. The focus moves to the matching file.
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Edit screen
1. Tap to create a new entry.
The New Text screen will be displayed.
The created file will be automatically named with the first character(s) (up to 40)
entered before the first space.
File menu
Save Saves the current file.
Edit menu
Undo Undoes the last operation.
Redo Cancels the Undo operation to restore the status before the Undo
operation is done.
Cut Cuts selected text to the clipboard.
Copy Copies selected text to the clipboard.
Paste Pastes text within clipboard to cursor position.
View menu
Zoom in Makes the display font size larger.
Zoom out Makes the display font size smaller.
Bold Changes the character type to bold.
Italic Changes the character type to italic.
Wrap lines The carriage return is inserted into the text according to the width
of the screen.
Edit area
Edit menu
Edit area
File menu
View menu
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Creating a new Text Editor entry
1. Tap to create a new entry.
Or tap the “File” menu and then tap “New”.
The New Text screen will be displayed.
2. Enter text using one of the Input Methods.
3. Tap to save the new file.
If you tap , saving the file is canceled.
Modifying a Text Editor entry
1. On the Text Editor Index screen, tap the file you want to edit.
Or tap the text file icon you want to edit in the Documents folder of the Home
screen.
The Edit screen will be displayed
2. Edit the file.
3. Tap to save the modification.
If you tap , the modification is canceled.
The display returns to the Text Editor Index screen.
Deleting a Text Editor entry
1. On the Index screen, move the focus to the file you want to delete.
2. Tap the “File” menu and then tap “Delete…”.
The confirmation message appears before the file is deleted.
3. Tap “Yes” to delete the file.
The file will be deleted.
If you tap “No”, the deletion is canceled.
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Renaming the Text Editor file
1. On the Index screen, move the focus to the entry you want to rename.
2. Tap the “File” menu and then tap “Rename…”.
The Rename screen appears.
3. Modify the current file name.
4. Tap to save the new name.
If you tap , the modification is canceled.
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Media Player
The Media Player application allows you to play MPEG1 video files and MP3 music
files. You can also transfer files from a PC using PC link software.
Note:
• Use a headphone connected to the stereo headphone jack of the unit to listen
to the media sound.
• Some files (such as MP3 music files of MPEG2.5 format) can not be played
back with this application.
• The Media Player application may close automatically if multiple applications
are running simultaneously.
• The media image may be distorted and the sound may be interrupted during
playback if other programs are running simultaneously.
• Do not insert or remove the memory card during playback.
• For detailed information on how to attach and remove the memory card, see
the separate Start-up Guide.
Overview
The Media Player application has three folders on the Index screen: Video, Music,
Playlist.
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Index screen
The Media Player application has three folders on the Index screen: Video, Music,
Playlist.
1. In the Applications folder of the Home screen, tap the “Media Player” application
icon.
The Index screen appears.
Video folder Tap to display only the video files.
Music folder Tap to display only the music files.
Playlist folder Tap to display the files registered in the playlist.
File List area Displays the files (mpg, mpeg, mp3) which are registered
in the Documents folder of the Home screen and on the
memory cards inserted into the slots.
Play button Tap to start playback.
“Add to playlist”
button
Adds a file to a Playlist folder.
Up button Moves up the selected file in the playlist.
Down button Moves down the selected file in the playlist.
“Remove from
playlist” button
Removes a file from a Playlist folder.
Video tab
Music tab
Size button
Media button
Title button
Play button
Remove from
playlist button
Playlist tab
File List area
Add to playlist button
Up button
(for Playlist)
Down button
(for Playlist)
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Note:
• To find the desired file, press the first few characters of the file name on the
hardware keyboard. The focus moves to the matching file.
• You can copy files stored on a memory card to the Documents folder by using
the Copy function on the Documents Details screen (see the separate Start-
up Guide).
Playback screens
The Playback screen varies depending on the type of file being played.
1. On the Index screen, tap the file you want to play and then tap , or press
or the SELECT key.
• To close the playback screen, press or the SELECT key again.
• To close the application, tap , or press .
Title button Tap to sort files by title.
Media button Tap to sort files by storage media (CF, SD, RAM)
Size button Tap to sort files by size.
File menu
Play Plays the file in the Video, Music, or Playlist folder.
Info… Displays the file information.
Add to playlist Adds a file to the Playlist folder.
Up Moves up the selected file in the playlist.
Down Moves down the selected file in the playlist.
Remove from
playlist
Removes a file from the Playlist folder.
View menu (used to play video files)
Fullscreen Switches the screen mode, full screen, or normal screen.
Scale Makes the image fit the screen.
Options menu
Repeat Repeats playback of the file in the Video, Music, or Playlist
folder.
Random Plays files in the Playlist folder at random.
Help… Opens the on-line Help screen.
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For movie files
• If you tap on the screen, the display turns to the Index screen.
Press When pressed after 2 seconds after a file begins, the current
file will be played again from the top. When pressed within 2
seconds, the previous file will start playback.
When only one file or the first file in the list is being played in
the once mode, stops the playback, and returns to the Index
screen.
Press Moves to the next file.
When only one file or the last file in the list is being played in
the once mode, stops the playback, and returns to the Index
screen.
Press Tap and hold to turn the volume up step by step.
Press Tap and hold to turn the volume down step by step.
Normal mode
Fullscreen mode
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For music files

Note: The volume control in the Media Player application also affects the
volume setting of the SL-5500.
(Play) Plays the current file from the top or resumes playback if
paused. When tapped during playback, restarts playback
from the top of the current file.
(Stop) Stops playback.
(Pause) Pauses playback.
Tap again to resume the playback.
(Open) Stops playback, and returns to the Index screen.
(Repeat) Switches the playback mode (Repeat or Once).
If you have selected the Repeat mode from the Options menu
on the Index screen, this button will already have been
pressed.
(Previous)
(Press )
When tapped (pressed) after 2 seconds after a file begins, the
current file will be played again from the top. When tapped
(pressed) within 2 seconds, the previous file will start
playback.
When only one file or the first file in the list is being played in
the Once mode, stops the playback, and returns to the Index
screen.
(Next)
(Press )
Moves to the next file if the music file is being played.
When only one file or the last file in the list is being played in
the Once mode, stops the playback and returns to the Index
screen.
(Volume Up)
(Press )
Tap and hold to turn the volume up step by step.
(Volume Down)
(Press )
Tap and hold to turn the volume down step by step.
Playback control buttons
Current playback time/
total playback time
File information
File name,
artist name,
sampling rate,
etc.
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Playing a file
This section describes an example of playing files stored on a memory card. Before
playing files, insert the memory card into the appropriate card slot of the SL-5500.
To start playback
1. On the Index screen, tap the Video or Music tab.
All files stored in the SL-5500 and memory card will be displayed according to
the file type to be played.
2. Tap the desired file in the list.
And then tap or press or the SELECT key.
The selected file will be played.
The playback screen varies according to the file type to be played.
To stop playback
1. Press or the SELECT key, the playback will be stopped and the screen
will return to the Index screen.
Or while the music file is being played, tap .
Setting the Repeat mode
1. On the Index screen, tap the “Options” menu and then tap “Repeat”.
The file will be played repeatedly. The files in the Playlist folder will be all played
repeatedly.
To cancel the Repeat mode, repeat step 1.
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Playing a file in the Playlist
By registering the video or music files in the Playlist, you can play them in the
registered order or in random sequence.
This section describes an example of playing files stored on a memory card. Before
playing files, insert the memory card into the appropriate card slot of the SL-5500.
Adding files to the Playlist
1. On the Index screen, tap the Video or Music tab.
All files stored in the SL-5500 and memory card will be displayed according to
the file type to be played.
2. Tap the desired file in the list.
3. Tap the Add to playlist button ( ).
Or tap the “File” menu and then tap “Add to playlist”.
The same file name of the selected file will be registered to the Playlist folder.
Tapping the Playlist tab allows you to confirm it.
4. Repeat steps 1 to 3 above, if necessary, to register multiple files.
Arranging the file order in the Playlist
Once you have registered files in the Playlist, you can change the file order
(playback order).
1. Tap the Playlist tab.
2. Tap the file you want to move.
3.Tap or .
The selected file will move upwards or downwards.
Deleting files from the Playlist
1. Tap the Playlist tab.
2. Tap the file you want to delete.
3. Tap the Remove from playlist button ( ).
Or tap the “File” menu and then tap “Remove from playlist”.
The selected file will be deleted immediately.
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To playback files in the Playlist folder
1. Tap the Playlist tab.
2. Tap or press or the SELECT key.
All files in the Playlist folder will be played once from the top of the list, and
playback will stop automatically.
Note: If the Repeat mode is selected in the Options menu, all files in the
Playlist folder will be played repeatedly.
To stop playback
1. Press or the SELECT key, the playback will be stopped and the screen
will return to the Index screen.
Or while the music file is being played, tap .
To playback at random
1. Tap the Playlist tab.
2. Tap the “Options” menu and then tap “Random”.
All files in the Playlist folder will be played at random.
To cancel the Random mode, repeat step 2.
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Other functions
Displaying the file information
1. Tap the “File” menu and then tap “Info…”.
The file information screen will be displayed.
The following appears depending on the file type (video or music)
• Picture size, Frame rate, etc. (video)
• Sampling rate, Channel, etc. (music)
2. Tap or to close the slip.
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Image Viewer
The Image Viewer application allows you to see image files such as JPEG, GIF,
BMP, PNG, XBM, and XPM.
You can transfer files from a PC using PC link software.
Note:
• Large image files will not be able to be viewed due to memory constraints.
• Some files can not be viewed with this application.
• For detailed information on how to attach and remove the expansion memory
card, see the separate Start-up Guide.
Overview
The Image Viewer opens with a list of images (Index screen).
Index screen
1. In the Applications folder of the Home screen, tap the “Image Viewer”
application icon.
File menu
Options menu
File List area
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Note:
• To find to the desired file, press the first few characters of the file name on the
hardware keyboard. The focus moves to the matching file.
• You can copy files stored on a memory card to the Documents folder by using
the Copy function on the Documents Details screen (see the separate Start-
up Guide).
Image view screen
1. On the Index screen, tap the image file you want to view.
The selected image appears on the screen.
File menu
Open… Opens the image file.
Options menu
Slideshow Slideshows all entries.
Preferences… Opens a preference screen for slideshow setting.
Help… Opens the on-line Help screen.
Title button Tap to sort files by name.
Type button Tap to sort files by file type.
Date button Tap to sort files by date.
File List area Displays the files that are registered in the Documents folder
of the Home screen, and on the memory cards inserted into
the slots. Tap a file to view the image file.
Rotate 180 icon Rotates the image by 180°.
Rotate 90 icon Rotates the image by 90° counterclockwise.
Image information
Rotate 180 icon
Rotate 90 icon
Full screen icon View menu
Options menu
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• Tapping returns to the Index screen.
Viewing images
Viewing a single image
1. On the Index screen, tap the image you want to view.
The selected image will be displayed.
• Press to display the next screen, or press to display the previous
screen.
• Tap on the image or press the SELECT key or to switch the screen
mode between Full screen and Normal screen.
2. Tap or press to return to the Index screen.
Slideshowing the file
1. Tap the “Options” menu and then tap “Slideshow”.
All files will be opened once from the top of the list in the Full screen mode.
When the slideshow is finished, the display returns to the Index screen.
Full screen icon Displays the image on the full screen with no Menu bar or
taskbar on it. T apping the display or pressing the SELECT
key or returns to the Normal screen.
Image Information Displays the original image pixels, display image pixels,
color information (and transparent colored file
information, if available)
View menu
Horizontal flip Flips the image horizontally.
Vertical flip Flips the image vertically.
Rotate 180 Rotates the image by 180 °.
Rotate 90 Rotates the image by 90 ° counterclockwise.
Fullscreen Displays the image on the full screen with no Menu bar or
taskbar on it. T apping the display or pressing the SELECT
key or returns to the Normal screen.
Options menu
Slideshow Slideshows all entries.
Preferences… Opens a preferences screen for slideshow setting
Help… Opens the on-line Help screen.
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• If the Auto-play option is unchecked, the first file on top of the list will be
opened. (For information on the Auto-play option and others, see below.)
• If you press with the Auto-play option unchecked, the next file will be
opened. If you press , the previous file will be opened.
• The View menu settings (Rotate, etc.) will not be effective for the Slideshow
command.
To stop the slideshow, press . The display returns to the Index screen.
To set up the slideshow preferences
1. Tap the “Options” menu and then tap “Preferences…”.
2. Set up the desired preferences.
3. Tap to save the setting.
Slideshow setting
Auto-play
checkbox
If checked, files will be automatically opened.
Repeat checkbox If checked, files will be automatically opened repeatedly.
Delay time slider If the Auto-play option is checked, move the slider to adjust
the delay time with which the next file will start.
Delay time slider
Repeat checkbox
Auto-play checkbox
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Opera Browser
The Opera Browser application allows you to browse the Internet.
To browse the Internet, you must set up the communication method (modem card,
LAN card, etc.) and network preferences.
Note:
• The Opera Browser application has no capability to save pages and
embedded images.
• Exiting the application clears the cache without saving it in a file.
• Some Web pages (including font setting, etc.) can not be displayed or not
displayed correctly in this application.
• Some graphical images of larger size may not be displayed.
• While browsing the Web pages, you can check incoming e-mail messages.
Overview
Browsing screen
1. In the Applications folder of the Home screen, tap the “Opera Browser”
application icon.

Back icon
Reload icon
Forward icon
Security Status icon
Zoom icon
Web page address icon
Bookmark list icon
Help icon
Preferences icon
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Security Status
icon
Displays security information.
If the page you access uses the SSL protocol, etc., the
Security Status icon changes to the locked state with a set
security level. Tap the icon to display the security level
description.
Back icon Returns to the previous page. Tap and hold to list recently
displayed pages (tap again to close) and then tap any list item
to display the page.
Reload icon Displays the latest update of the page. When the page data is
being downloaded, the Stop icon is displayed instead.
Forward icon Re-displays the page displayed before you tapped the “Back”
icon. T ap and hold to list recently displayed pages (tap again to
close) and then tap any list item to display the page.
Preferences icon Displays the screen to set up the homepage to be displayed at
startup, together with security level.
Bookmark list icon Displays the Bookmark list screen. T ap again to close.
Web page
address icon
Displays a Web page address screen for entering a URL,
adding to bookmarks, or searching for a Web page. Tap again
to close.
Zoom icon Displays a menu to specify the setting of the display (tap again
to close). Choices: Tiny, Small, Medium, Large, Huge
Help icon Displays a help screen.
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Browsing the Web page
Operations on the Web page including frames
If the Web page you opened includes a frame, use the “Use top” or “Use bottom”
button.
Opening the specified Web page
1. Tap the Web page address icon ( ).
The Web page address screen will be displayed.
Use top button Tap to fit the upper frame in window.
Use bottom button Tap to fit the lower frame in window.
Frame
Use top button
Frame
Use bottom button
Web page address field
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2. Enter the desired Web page address beginning with “http://”.
3. Tap “Go”.
The specified Web page will be displayed.
Registering the Web page address in the bookmark list
1. Display the desired Web page.
2. Tap the Web page address icon ( ).
The Web page address screen will be displayed.
3. Tap “Add to bookmarks”.
The Edit Bookmark screen will be displayed.
Usually, Web page address field will contain the address of the latest
successfully loaded Web page.
4. Modify the bookmark name and the Web page address, if necessary, and then
tap “OK”.
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Using the Search function
Search allows you to find the specific character strings using the search engine you
select.
1. Tap the Web page address icon ( ).
The Web page address screen will be displayed.
2. Tap the Search engine drop-down list button and then tap the desired search
engine.
3. Enter the string you want to search for in the Search field displayed below the
button.
4. Tap “Search” or press .
The search result will be displayed.
Using the bookmarks
1. Tap the Bookmark list icon ( ).
The Bookmark list screen will be displayed.
Search field
Search engine drop-down list
button
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Displaying the bookmarked page using bookmarks
1. On the Bookmark list screen, tap the “Go” radio button and tap the desired
bookmark.
The selected Web page will be displayed.
Deleting the bookmark
1. On the Bookmark list screen, tap the “Del” radio button and then tap the desired
bookmark.
A confirmation message appears.
2. Tap “Yes” to delete the bookmark.
If you tap “No”, the deletion is canceled.
Editing bookmarks
1. On the Bookmark list screen, tap the “Edit” radio button and then tap the desired
bookmark you want to edit.
Go radio button Displays the page selected in the bookmark list.
Del radio button Deletes the bookmark selected in the bookmark list.
Edit radio button Displays the Edit Bookmark screen.
Move radio button Allows you to change the order by dragging the item in the
Bookmark list.
Bookmark list Lists all the addresses you have registered (bookmarked).
Go radio button
Del radio button
Edit radio button
Bookmark list
Move radio button
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The Edit Bookmark screen will be displayed.
2. Edit the Web page address and Web page name, as you want.
3. Tap “OK” to save the modification.
If you tap “Cancel”, the modification is canceled.
Changing the bookmark order
1. On the Bookmark list screen, tap the “Move” radio button.
2. Drag the desired bookmark in the Bookmark list to change the order.
Setting up the Opera Browser preferences
1. Tap the Preferences icon ( ).
The Preferences screen will be displayed.
Web page address field
Page Name field
Home page field
Cookies checkbox
Security checkbox
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2. Tap “OK” to save the settings.
Home page field Enter the address of the homepage that will be
displayed every time you launch the Opera Browser
application.
Cookies checkbox When checked, only the information you entered or
selected on the Web page will be saved to disk. The
cookie will be sent back the next time when the SL-
5500 browses the same Web page.
Security checkbox (Protects the page displayed with the SSL technology.)
Enable SSL v2 Tap to enable the SSL v2 option.
Enable SSL v3 Tap to enable the SSL v3 option.
Enable TLS 1.0 Tap to enable the TLS 1.0 option.
Issue security
warnings
Tap to display a warning message when you move
between the safe and unsafe Web site
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EMail
Overview
The EMail application allows you to send and receive e-mail messages.
The EMail application features:
• POP3/SMTP/IMAP4 protocols
• Multiple e-mail accounts
• Converts attachment files using the MIME format
• The Mail light (LED) flashes for an e-mail receipt
• Refers to the Address Book application to import e-mail addresses, and registers
the e-mail addresses of the e-mail you received in the Address Book application.
• Sorts the e-mail messages by queries you create
• Groups e-mail messages by mailboxes you create
To send and receive e-mail messages, you must:
• Set up the communication method (modem card, LAN card) and network
preferences
• Set up an e-mail account in the EMail application
Index screen
1. In the Applications folder of the Home screen, tap the “EMail” application icon.
Caution: Be sure to check that enough memory storage space (the text size of
the created message plus 10 Kbyte or more) is secured before
exiting the EMail application because the EMail application needs to
save the data being edited in the work area.
Note: The EMail application may have a delayed launch depending on the
saved quantity of data.
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The EMail Index screen has four folders.
Folders folder Browses the Inbox, Outbox, and Sent folders in the tree
format.
Inbox folder Displays the received e-mail messages.
Unread messages will be displayed in blue. Messages that have
been read will be displayed in black. Messages whose titles only
have been downloaded will be displayed in red. (See page 65.)
Outbox folder Displays the e-mail messages you have created. The unsent
e-mail messages are displayed in red.
Sent folder Displays the sent mail logs. (The original messages will be
saved in the Outbox folder.)
Folders
Mail menu
Options menu
Outbox Sent
Delete icon
Sort by
query
button
Edit mail icon
Reply to
mail icon
Send mail icon
Get all mail icon
New mail icon
Inbox
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Send mail icon Sends all unsent e-mail messages in the Outbox.
Get all mail icon Receives all e-mail messages that are saved in the mail
server.
New mail icon Opens a screen to create a new e-mail message.
Reply to mail icon Opens a reply mail screen for the sender only.
Sort by query
button
Tap to sort e-mail messages by query you create. (See page
71.)
Delete icon Delete the selected e-mail message.
Mail menu
Send all mail Sends all unsent e-mail messages in the Outbox.
Get all mail Receives all e-mail messages that are saved in the mail
server.
Get mail in Receives the e-mail messages in the selected account.
Cancel transfer Cancels e-mail transfer.
New mail Opens a screen to create a new e-mail message.
Edit mail Opens an existing e-mail message to be edited.
Reply to mail Opens a reply mail screen for the sender only.
Reply to all Opens a reply mail screen for all senders and receivers.
Forward mail Opens a screen to forward the received e-mail message.
Delete mail Deletes the selected e-mail message.
Delete selected Deletes the e-mail message displayed on the Examine
screen, when checked. (See page 68.)
Options
New account Opens the New account screen. (See page 58.)
Edit account Opens the Edit account screen displayed in the submenu.
Delete account Deletes the selected account displayed in the submenu.
Font Changes the display font size.
New query Opens the New query screen. (See page 70.)
Edit query Opens the Edit query screen.
Delete query Deletes the selected query.
New mailbox Creates a new mailbox. (See page 73.)
Rename mailbox Renames the mailbox.
Delete mailbox Deletes the mailbox.
Move to Moves the e-mail messages to the folder displayed in the
submenu.
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Note: To move the focus to the desired entry on the Folders, Inbox, Outbox or
Sent screen, press the first few characters of the e-mail message or
folder name using the hardware keyboard.
Examine (Detail) screen
1. On the Index screen, tap an e-mail message.
Select for delete
checkbox
Deletes the e-mail massage displayed on the Examine
screen, when you select “Delete selected” from the Mail
menu.
Previous icon Displays the previous message.
Next icon Displays the next message.
Send mail icon
(Outbo

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