Nokia C2-01

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Basic use

Use Gmail

Gmail is a free email service provided by Google. You can send and receive Gmail messages using your phone's browser. Follow these instructions to use Gmail.
To use Gmail, you need a Gmail account. If you don't have an account, you can create one at

You need to set up your phone for internet to use this function. Click here for information on how to set up your phone for internet.

If you don't want to use Gmail using your phone's browser, you can set up your phone for Gmail using your phone's email client. Click here for information on how to the set up your phone for web-based email.

Just so you know...

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Connect to Gmail
Press the Navigation key.
Scroll to Internet and press the Navigation key.
Scroll to Browser and press the Navigation key.
The browser opens.
Press the Navigation key and key in
Press the Navigation key.
If you have bookmarked Gmail already, scroll to Bookmarks instead of keying in the address. Click here for information on how to add a web page to your bookmarks.
Log on
If it's the first time you use the application, you need to log on.
If you set your phone to save your logon details, you don't need to log on the next time.
Use Gmail
You can now use the application.
Please note that Gmail isn't part of the original application package and therefore only a general description is given here.
You have a number of options, such as:
Send email messages
Retrieve and read email messages
Reply to email messages
View list of contacts
Select application settings
Create a new Gmail account
Press Disconnect to return to standby mode.
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