I currently have a WM6 smartphone that uses Microsoft Activesync to get my email whilst out and about. I use the MS Webmail server address and all works well. Does anyone know if i can do the same with the Nokia E51 and MS Activesync?
@Kalin72, thanks... that sounds fine for me and is around my expectations. The E50 with an 1150 mAh BL-6C battery is also around 4 days. And these 3-4 days moderate usage battery life for the E51 are just fine to me. May be this 1070 mAh BP-6MT battery with a new generation phone is around the same like E50 with a little powerful battery. Thanks for the answer.
[Offtopic] Huh... would be better to communicate on bulgarian language, but anyway... this is Internet... :-))))))
Now I'll see where in Sofia will be better store to buy an E51 :-)
The battery life is about 3-4 days moderate use.
I was able to setup VoIP with VoIPBusterPro, here are the settings (the example is with voipdiscount, so change it to VoIPBusterPro):
Profile name: Voipdiscount
Service Profile: IETF
Default Access point: *your access point identifier*
Public user name: sip:*user email@example.com
Use compression: No
Registration: Always On
Use security: No
--Proxy server address: *leave empty*
--Realm: *leave empty*
--User name: *leave empty*
--Password: *leave empty*
--Allow loose routing: Yes
--Transport Type: UDP
--Registrat serv. addr.: sip:sip.voipbuster.com
--User name: * user name*
--Transport Type: UDP
Of course, you need to setup your router to open port 5060, and your phone to have static IP (at least this combination worked for me).
@ dennis i have already called hello @ galleria
not yet available. pls give correct infos thanks
@ dennis thanks for the info. do you have contact # in hello store?? did you check on the price??under nokia warranty??
@,nhas i didn't say nokia galeria, i said Hello. it's a shop over at galeria. just go there and check it out
Every smartphone supports GPS via Bluetooth connection. I've an E50 phone and it working just fine with my Holux GPSlim236 bluetooth GPS receiver (tried with TomTom and Route66 software). And thus - there is no reason that GPS will not working on E51 (or any other smartphone).
Now I'm looking for the upgrade to my E50 and E51 looks like a perfect candidate with all that I liked on my E50 plus WiFi and faster processor :-)
Just one thing bothers to me... the battery life (and because that, I changet the battery on my E50 with more powerfull one, but on E51 specifications I didn't see an alternative battery). What is the actual battery life for the E51?
Been with the E51 for a week now. Absolutely fabulous phone. It just connects everywhere!! Nice design too except for the steel which takes lots of forensic evidence!
in the Hello branch in robinsons galleria they already have the e51 in stock
Somebody has any experiance hot to set up VoIPs, for example Freecall, VoIPWise, etc.? =/
E51 and 6500?? it's different.... depend on what you need..
6500 slice more stylely, less performance..
I prefer E51..
E51 is the best phone that ever made by nokia..
if u need 2 edit office document, there is no way beside upgrade quick office on ur e51, there is additional cost of course. If u dont want 2 pay, find ilegal one, or another software, office suite. U dont have 2 pay it and still can edit word & excel document but with some annoying things, 2 remove that annoying things, u need 2 buy full version of office suite. Hope it will work.
I have heard that Gizmo is supposed to work well on the E51, but I have never tried it myself.
I am using the settings for an ordinary SIP-account that I signed up for with one of the IP-Telephone providers on the market. The SIP-account gives me an ordinary telephone number to use that looks local. I have a modest WLAN at home provided by a simple D-link modem.
Once I had the correct settings I configured the SIP-profile on the phone and then started using VoIP by dialing an ordinary number. It was as easy as that. The calls I have made have been suprisingly clear and of good quality, so I decided to give up my landline today. :-)