The messaging application

This page has been updated on the 10 June 2010.

What is this document about?

This page will explain the basic features of Mobile Devices Messaging application.
With this service, you can send several kinds of messages such as SMS, mail or message to the server using the Mobile Devices messageGate.

Server

Requirements

- The messageGate component must be activated on the device
- The device must be connected to the GPRS network.
- To check messages on the server, you need an account on the g8way, this should have been provided by Mobile Devices.

The interface and the use

  • New message: By choosing “New message”, you directly access the keyboard to compose a new message. To send the message just validate the text you have just entered.
  • Server inbox: You will find here all the messages received on the device.
  • Server sent: You will find here all the messages sent.
  • Server wait: You will find here messages left in the outbox because of the lack of signal.

SMS

Requirements

To send SMS, you just need to have a device connected to the GSM/GPRS network.

The interface and the use

In the SMS menu, you have several possibilities

  • New message: By choosing “New message”, you directly access the keyboard to compose a text message. Once your message is finished, dial the number of the recipient or use the phone book.

  • SMS inbox: You will find here all the SMS received on the device.
  • SMS sent: You will find here all the SMS sent..
  • SMS wait: You will find here SMS left in the outbox because of the lack of signal.

eMail

Requirements

- The messageGate component must be activated on the device
- The device must be connected to the GPRS network.
- To check messages on the server, you need an account on the g8way, this should have been provided by Mobile Devices.

The interface and the use

  • New message: By choosing “New message”, you will access the keyboard to compose your email. First you need to enter the e-mail address of the recipient, then you enter the subject of your messages and finally you can type the content of your message. Then validate your email and it will be send if the GPRS network is available.
  • eMail inbox: You will find here all the eMails received on the device
  • eMail sent: You will find here all the eMails sent..
  • eMail wait: You will find here emails left in the outbox because of the lack of signal.
  • eMail deleted: You will find here all the mails that you have deleted.
  • eMail settings: This section lets you connect your device to your mailbox by setting the smtp and pop server.