Using Sify Bb On Pocketpc

skinnylizard

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Jul 20, 2006
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hi,i am new to the forum here. i am from Bombay and a Sify BB user. i have been using a wifi router from Netgear for about two years now. i just purchased a new mobile which has wifi built in. i wish to use it to log on and check my mail so i dont have to use my laptop each time i wish to go online. i was wondering if it was possible somehow to log on, sign in and browse directly from the pocket pc? thanks guys.-skinny.
 

skinnylizard

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Jul 20, 2006
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QUOTE(cancer10 @ Jul 20 2006, 11:47 AM) [snapback]56237[/snapback]
So y posting in Sify Broadband forum?
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because i want to use it with Sify.
 


kuldeep

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Mar 13, 2006
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add an email acc in the email client on ur pocket pc. if u r using sify then use sify's pop server and smtp i m not sure abt that. whether it will be sify or ur gsm prvider. if any problem revert back
 

skinnylizard

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Jul 20, 2006
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ill try that out tonight. however i dont know if tht will work or simulate the actions of the sify broadband client. which is essentially what i need to log on from the pocketpc phone. right?ideally what i want to do is long on to sify broadband using my pocketpc phone which connects to my netgear router which is connected to Sify Broadband
 


kuldeep

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hmmmm..i also wanted to do that but i don't think sify works with wireless router i mean u have to connect it through PC. its not adsl otherwise u could have done that. i mean in adsl u can use as many devices and PCs connected to router. because in adsl bb router stays connected all the time. but with cable i don't think so that router can connect automatically. so u'll have to connect it with computer.. no option bro sorry. :D
 

skinnylizard

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Jul 20, 2006
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u dont think there is an alternative way of signing in? cant we connect to some kind of sign in URL?
 

GSV13

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I think you should Call sify for these kind of solutions. They would definately be having something for the automated dialing.
 

skinnylizard

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QUOTE(gavnitsingh @ Aug 3 2006, 12:55 PM) [snapback]57446[/snapback]
I think you should Call sify for these kind of solutions. They would definately be having something for the automated dialing.
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man i tried. they refuse to even understand what i am trying to say.

at best they kept saying i cant use mroe than one laptops or MAC' addresses. so i shouldnt even bother.

idiots.