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    I badly want to access T-Zones Pro on my Treo 600 so that I can have access to my email (which runs on an Exchange server).

    For those who don't know, using T-Zones Pro (which I originally configured for my Nokia 6250) it is possible to get "native" access to an exchange server. That is, you have direct access to your inbox, contacts and schedule. It isn't Pop3. You can see all of your inbox, if you delete a message it goes to your "deleted" file in the exchange server, and if you send a message it sends a copy to your "sent messages" box. More importantly, it doesn't require any cooperation from our IT department.

    Now, having bored everyone with a long explanation, can it be done? T-Mobile support has tried to help. They say it is a wap application tied to voicestream.com. The Blazer browser doesn't support WAP so I got jBrowser. But I can't figure out how to configure it (even though T-Zones now appears, without my intervention, as one of the "connection" options in jBrowser).
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    I will only bump one time, just in case someone who knows the answers happens to see this.
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    You need GoodLink for that. See links below.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbrower
    I badly want to access T-Zones Pro on my Treo 600 so that I can have access to my email (which runs on an Exchange server).

    For those who don't know, using T-Zones Pro (which I originally configured for my Nokia 6250) it is possible to get "native" access to an exchange server. That is, you have direct access to your inbox, contacts and schedule. It isn't Pop3. You can see all of your inbox, if you delete a message it goes to your "deleted" file in the exchange server, and if you send a message it sends a copy to your "sent messages" box. More importantly, it doesn't require any cooperation from our IT department.

    Now, having bored everyone with a long explanation, can it be done? T-Mobile support has tried to help. They say it is a wap application tied to voicestream.com. The Blazer browser doesn't support WAP so I got jBrowser. But I can't figure out how to configure it (even though T-Zones now appears, without my intervention, as one of the "connection" options in jBrowser).
    I was able to do it with my T600 but I had unlimited internet. I used Blazer without any issues, it just takes too long to display since I get a lot of emails.
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    I am also paying for the unlimited internet option. So this isn't a matter of trying to save money. The issue I was hoping to handle was that T-Zones Pro is a wap application (wap.myvoicestream.com) which fits your email into an appropriate sized window. If I navigate to the email screen using Blazer there is a lot of extraneous junk,isn't there? And I get lots of email, so I was hoping to make the wap application work. The problem with Good____ (the link referred to above) is that they require cooperation from our administrator (and money). T-Zones Pro already has native access to our exchange server.

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