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iContact 0.6 update + source code

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5th July 2008, 12:00 PM   |  #211  
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Under HKLM\Software\Microsoft\RAI\:MSCONTACT

Change the open to ":MSPOUTLOOK" and the parameters to "Contacts" Then, wait a bit and restart your device.
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try this...

Under [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Shell\Rai\:M SCONTACTS]

change value for
1= \windows\poutlook.exe Contacts
String 1 = :MSPOUTLOOK

then restart your device. Good Luck!
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hi all, i'm a new PPC user and not familar with all this stuff.
So i put the icontact.exe in my device folder and try to install it, but when i click it, it just open the program.

So if i wanna open icontact i have to go to file explorer and click the exe file to launch the program. Is there something im doing wrong here?is there any other way to open the program faster?

I'm using htc kaiser/tilt btw. Thank you.
21st July 2008, 03:42 AM   |  #214  
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You could use some 3rd party file explorer (total commander is highly recommended) to create a shortcut to the icontact.exe and put the shortcut in the \windows\start menu\programs folder. This way when you click the start menu you'll find icontact in the programs folder.

Frankly you ought to look at the updated versions.

By supbro:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=395829

By truburt:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=402724

These updated versions are skinnable and there are many skins made. Just search the forum. Personally I prefer the burt edition but you may find supbro version fits you better.
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Thanks for your answer wearefree, thats very helpful, i didnt even know there are 3rd party file explorer for ppc . I will look into those. Or maybe i should get the cab file that make the right soft key to open icontact instead.
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IMHO the .6 version is better than all the modified .74 and .75. Versions. It is less cluttered and I can click on the names with better response than .7 versions. wish this version could be updated a little on the favorites section.
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thnx for the cab part cuz that makes it ALOT easier
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Talking please update Korean, as well.
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This app looks great!! I have an HP hx2415. It is NOT a phone, but I would still like to be able to use it. Any chance this could happen? Thanks!!
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IMHO the .6 version is better than all the modified .74 and .75. Versions. It is less cluttered and I can click on the names with better response than .7 versions. wish this version could be updated a little on the favorites section.

Totally agree, tried the newer versions and the older is better. Quicker response time, doesn't freeze up for seconds at a time and looks clean.

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