Starting with iContact v0.8, a settings editor is included in the standard distribution so that there is no longer any need to manually edit any *.ini files. You can access the iContact settings in your phone’s control panel. The settings app has the same touch-scroll usability features as iContact.
The settings icon is installed in “WindowsStart MenuSettings”. This will work for English phones but Microsoft has not provided a language localized path for this, so non-English phones may find it under “Settings” folder in the start menu.
All settings can be manually set in the registry. To edit the registry, I recommend FdcSoft Task Manager. All settings are stored in this registry path:
|EmailAccount||String: “ActiveSync”||Name of email account used for outgoing email.|
|FavoriteCategory||String: “Favorites”||Category name to use with the Favorites tab.|
|ExitOnMinimize||String: “1″ or “0″||Set to 1 to completely exit iContact when it is minimized (when the titlebar is clicked).|
|ExitOnAction||String: “1″ or “0″||Set to 1 to completely exit iContact every time an action is performed, such as placing an outgoing call or sending an SMS.|
|FastGraphics||String: “1″ or “0″||Set to 1 to speed up graphics display, at the cost of a slightly less cool display. With Fast Graphics enabled, there will be less alpha blending, less transparency, and less stretching.|
(new to v0.94)
|String: “1″ or “0″||Set 1 to enable Diamond G-Scrolling and sensor effects.|
|Skin||String: “default”||Name of the skin file (excluding .png extension). The skin file must be .png.|
|Language||String: “english”||Name of language file (excluding .lng extension).|
(new to v0.91)
|String: “1″ or “0″||Whether to use custom titlebar. “1″ will use custom titlebar, “0″ will use standard windows mobile titlebar.|
(new to v0.93)
|String: “-100″ to “100″||Affects scroll speed when G-Scrolling|