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    This happens at random times. I'll see that I have fine reception, so I go to send an SMS message. After I'm done typing it out, I try to send and it says that it's unable to connect to the network. First of all, the reception is fine, and second of all, I lose my damn message and have to retype!

    The weird thing is, I go to Blazer and it connects just fine. Now, knowing that it can connect, I go back to try and send an SMS message, and miraculously, it works now!

    The same thing happens when I try to use AIM on my Treo. Reception looks fine, so I try to sign on, but it says connection timed out. I go to Blazer, it connects, switch to AIM, and then it connects just fine.

    How do I set it so that my phone connects whenever I wanna use SMS or AIM?
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    Originally posted by Altiman2k
    This happens at random times. I'll see that I have fine reception, so I go to send an SMS message. After I'm done typing it out, I try to send and it says that it's unable to connect to the network. First of all, the reception is fine, and second of all, I lose my damn message and have to retype!

    The weird thing is, I go to Blazer and it connects just fine. Now, knowing that it can connect, I go back to try and send an SMS message, and miraculously, it works now!

    The same thing happens when I try to use AIM on my Treo. Reception looks fine, so I try to sign on, but it says connection timed out. I go to Blazer, it connects, switch to AIM, and then it connects just fine.

    How do I set it so that my phone connects whenever I wanna use SMS or AIM?
    I feel your pain, but the reality is that you will continue to experience this problem just like you sometimes experience the "all circuits are busy" drama when attempting voice calls. Effectively, at the moment that you are attempting to connect to the net, ALL CIRCUITS ARE BUSY.

    I encourage you to use Eudora to send SMS. If you are unable to connect it saves your message so you won't have to retype.

    Kimberly
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    Originally posted by nchargreed


    I feel your pain, but the reality is that you will continue to experience this problem just like you sometimes experience the "all circuits are busy" drama when attempting voice calls. Effectively, at the moment that you are attempting to connect to the net, ALL CIRCUITS ARE BUSY.

    I encourage you to use Eudora to send SMS. If you are unable to connect it saves your message so you won't have to retype.

    Kimberly
    Is Eudora a free download for Palm OS? I'm using Treo300SMS, but it doesn't save the message which is simply frustrating
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    Originally posted by Altiman2k


    Is Eudora a free download for Palm OS? I'm using Treo300SMS, but it doesn't save the message which is simply frustrating
    Eudora is free. But it may not be what you are looking for. Eudora is simply email for your Palm. It allows you to send and retrieve mail through various POP servers. I download stuff in my Sprint mailbox straight to my phone, then I am able to respond just as you would from any email box and send, forward or reply.

    When I want to send an SMS I type the SMS address into the "to" field, compose the message and send. If, for some reason, I cannot connect the message is saved.

    Here is the link, if you want to give it a try.

    That link downloads the entire suite but before you sync it to your Treo, you will have the option of adding the components that you want.

    Kimberly

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