Synchronise Nokia 5800 with Google (Calendar and Contacts)

Finally, I have successfully synced my Nokia 5800 contacts and calendar with Google calendar and contacts respectively.

Here are the list of steps that I followed.

  • The Mail for Exchange application should be installed in Nokia 5800 in order to sync with Google.
  • On completion of the installation, please navigate to ‘Applications‘ on the Nokia 5800 menu and choose ‘Mail for Exchange‘.
  • On the first run, the application would ask you to set up the ‘Exchange server profile‘.
  • Choose ‘Yes’ and set up the profile settings as follows:
    • Exchange server name: m.google.com
    • Secure connection: Yes
    • Port Number: 443 (should be the default one)
    • Domain: leave blank
    • Username: your-id@gmail.com
    • Password: your password
  • Please disable the Tasks and Mail, otherwise it may not work at all; also please change the settings for Contacts and Calendar so the contacts and events currently on your phone are not wiped out when you first synchronize the device.

Couple of points to remember

  • Google may not be charging you to access Google products from a mobile phone, but depending on your service plan, you may be charged by your mobile provider for text message or data network usage. Check with your provider for more information about fees associated with accessing the Internet from your mobile phone.

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English Grammar – What are ‘Parts of Speech’?

English is a extremely beautiful and flexible language. A word meaning is derived from how it is used in a sentence along with it’s spelling and pronounciation.

Several words are put together to form a sentence which has certain meaning. This sentence can be termed as a speech. Hence, the words in the sentence form the parts of the speech.

The parts of speech are classified into eight types, namely:

  1. Adjectives
  2. Adverbs
  3. Conjunctions
  4. Interjections
  5. Nouns
  6. Prepositions
  7. Pronouns
  8. Verbs

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My quest for knowledge – English Grammar

I have always liked English as a language. I have been studying English since my school days. Now, after all these years, I want to refine my knowledge of English Grammar.

I have finalized to kick-start my quest for knowledge of English Grammar with ‘Parts of Speech‘. To make sure that I do not loose track during the process of learning, I have planned to write a blog post after learning each parts of speech, starting with ‘Adjectives’.

Please wish me all the best in my quest!

Thank you.

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