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  1.    #1  
    Okay - I'm new to PalmOS, but this doesn't seem obvious. When I get an alert (an asterisk in the upper left corner) how do I get to the "Alert Manager" WITHOUT using the stylus? There has to be a way but the user manual says nothing about it...

    Thx!
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    Your alerts are accessible by using the hard button with then envelope icon. The one next to your navigation "joystick"

    Kimberly
  3.    #3  
    That explains it - I have SnapperMail mapped to that button!
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    I believe you can also click the asterisk.
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    Originally posted by ksmith80209
    That explains it - I have SnapperMail mapped to that button!
    Remap option envelope to SMS.

    Prefs->buttons
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    Actually - that seems to work (going to SMS) if the alert is due to a message, but what if it is due to an appointment reminder? I have the asterisk, but nothing in the SMS mailbox...
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    I've got my envelope button mapped to two different e-mail programs already. Is that the only way to access the built-in Alert Manager? I've never seen an asterisk or anything resembling what is described in this thread and am very curious.
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    So do you have to tap the "*" with the stylus to get to the missed message area??? I was hoping there was some sort of shortcut way to get there with the keyboard...

    Thanks!
    Keith
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    That's what I was hoping for as well - a way to get to alarms (like snoozed meeting reminders) using the keyboard instead of tapping. Seems like a waste to be able to do everything EXCEPT that stylus-free...
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    Well just as an interesting note I sent the developer of Hi-Launcher an email asking if getting to the alert screen could be a Hi-Launcher special option and he said that he would add it in for verison 1.1 or 1.2 which should be out in December. So I guess if it is possible I will be using that new feature!

    Keith
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    Can you give me more details on "Hi-Launcher"? I've never heard of it before.

    Thx!
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    Hi-Launcher is basically a way to add a totally customizable menu system (resembling the start menu of windows) to a palmOS device. It works really well and the upcoming version is going to be fully 5-way navigation compatible. You can find more info or the trial by searching treocentral, palmgear.com, or going to http://www.hilauncher.com/

    keith

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