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5. On the Account Settings page of the Add New Outlook Mobile Service Account dialog box, shown in Figure 45-2, enter your service provider information. If you don t have a provider set up yet or don t know the appropriate settings, click the link to Microsoft Of ce Online to browse to a Web page where you can select and con gure a provider. The resulting Web pages will guide you through the setup process.
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Microsoft offers a service called SMS Link for Microsoft Of ce Outlook 2007 that supports (at the time of the initial Outlook 2007 release) Alltel, Nextel, Sprint PCS, and Verizon Wireless. If you use a different service, browse to the Microsoft Of ce Online site from the link on the Account Settings page to determine current support status for your provider.
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Figure 45-2. Use the Account Settings page to con gure your Outlook Mobile Service account.
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6. If you want to test the service, click Test Account Settings. Outlook 2007 tests the settings and gives you the option of sending a test message to your mobile phone. 7. Click More Settings to open the Outlook Mobile Service Information and Settings dialog box, shown in Figure 45-3. Here you can change the account name to something other than your mobile device number (such as My Mobile Account) and also change your phone number. Click OK when you ve nished. 8. Click OK, click Close, and then click Finish to apply the change. Restart Outlook 2007 to access the new mobile features.
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Figure 45-3. Use the Con gure Service Options page to con gure additional options for your Outlook Mobile Service account.
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Using the Mobile Address Book
Outlook 2007 automatically adds the Mobile Address Book to your pro le when you add Outlook Mobile Service to the pro le. The Mobile Address Book is not a separate physical address book where contacts are stored. Instead, the Mobile Address Book hooks into your existing Contacts folder to retrieve contacts that have mobile device numbers. To use the Mobile Address Book, click the Address Book icon on the Outlook 2007 toolbar, or click To, Cc, or Bcc in a message form. Either action displays the Address Book dialog box. In the Address Book drop-down list, select Contacts (Mobile) under the Mobile Address Book group. Outlook 2007 then displays all contacts from your Contacts folder that have a mobile number assigned, as shown in Figure 45-4.
Figure 45-4. Use the Mobile Address Book to quickly access contacts mobile device numbers.
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Because the Mobile Address Book looks up contacts in your Contacts folder, it isn t necessary to add contacts speci cally to the Mobile Address Book. Instead, simply make sure that you specify a device number in the Mobile eld of each contact as needed when you create the contacts.
Sending Messages to Mobile Users
Sending a message to a mobile device is essentially the same as sending a message to an e-mail address. The only difference is that you select the contact in the Mobile Address Book rather than the Contacts folder, GAL, or other address book. To do so, follow these steps: 1. Start a new e-mail message. 2. Click To, Cc, or Bcc to open the Address Book. 3. Select Contacts (Mobile) in the Address Book drop-down list. 4. Select one or more mobile recipients, and then click To, Cc, or Bcc as needed to add the addresses to the appropriate eld. 5. If you need to send the message to e-mail recipients as well, select the appropriate address book in the Address Book drop-down list, and then add addresses to the To, Cc, and Bcc elds as needed. 6. Click OK to close the Address Book. 7. Add subject, message body, and other information as needed, and then click Send.
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Forwarding Messages to Mobile Devices
Depending on your mobile account type, you can forward messages as either text messages or multimedia messages. To forward a message as a text message to a mobile recipient, select the message in Outlook 2007, and then choose Actions, Forward As Text Message. To forward as a multimedia message, choose Actions, Forward As Multimedia Message. In both cases, Outlook 2007 opens a standard message form. Click To, Cc, or Bcc; open the Mobile Address Book; select recipients; and then send the message.
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