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Nokia E52, connect via bluetooth to calendar and contacts in my pc?

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Or do I have to use the cable?

Thanks,
JP
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I have a Nokia E52 and connect my phone to my laptop via bluetooth...so what's your question?
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I can have all the functions that I have with the cable...don't need it if my laptop supports bluetooth.
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There are some people complaining that they can connect their computers with the Nokia E52 by Bluetooth. Here's a serie of posts about this problem:

http://discussions.europe.nokia.com/t5/Eseries-and-Communicators/Bluetooth-Problems-E52/td-p/525441

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Hi Jppinto:

I am able to synchronize the E52 to the laptop via bluetooth.  The issue is that in the set up I believe I chose to having to manually accept the incoming message from laptop wanting to connect.  How do I make that automatic?

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I'm not sure that you can make it automatic...I don't have my laptop here to test now.
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Could you try tomorrow?
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OK
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Hi Jppinto:

Could you try tomorrow?

Thanks,
JP
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I already tryed and wasn't able to automatic connect to my phone! I'd to do it manually.

Sorry for not posting before...
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