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Casio Cassiopeia E-10/11 Internet/Modem FAQ
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As a service to the Windows CE community, Pocket PC FAQ is offering these files provided by Casio. No affiliation exists between Pocket PC FAQ and Casio USA, Inc.

Q. I only receive part of my E-mail messages- what's happening?

A. If you receive only part of your Internet mail message, your Cassiopeia may be set to limit the size of downloaded messages. To check the line limit, while still in the mail service, tap Properties on the Service menu. Tap Next until the transfer limit is displayed.


Q. How can I insert a pause in the dialing string?

A. Insert a comma where you need the delay. Each comma adds ~2 seconds.


Q. Why can't I log onto The Microsoft Network, even though all the parameters seem to be correct?

A. When preparing to dial, in the User box, enter MSN/ followed by your username. Example: Your username is smith. You would enter MSN/smith.


Q. Why can't I send or receive mail on Microsoft Network (MSN) with Inbox?

A. Although you can use MSN as your ISP for browsing the Web, you cannot receive MSN mail using Inbox, which requires a POP3/SMTP mail server. MSN currently uses a proprietary mail server and cannot be configured with Inbox.


Q. How do I connect to America Online?

A. This is not possible, because America Online does not allow you to make a PPP connection.


Q. How do I determine the connection speed of my Remote Networking connection?

A. Windows CE does not report the connection speed when you use AutoDial with Remote Networking. When you use manual dial, you can enter the modem dial command in a terminal window (usually ATDTxxxx for touch-tone dial, or ATDPxxxx for pulse dial, where xxxx is the telephone number) and the connection speed should appear after you connect.

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