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Topic # 23816 9-Jul-2008 17:17
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Help!

Does anyone know if there is anyway of getting deleted text messages, especially for telecom network in NZ.

Would be appreciated.

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  Reply # 145567 9-Jul-2008 17:30
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This would require a police search warrant and i would be amazed if telecom kept the content of the sms over a few days.

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  Reply # 148560 16-Jul-2008 17:18
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yep need special circumstances... normally missing persons or something extreame.. 7days is the retension I think.




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  Reply # 148576 16-Jul-2008 17:56
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When you say "deleted message" do you mean a message that you composed on your phone, and never sent? Or a message that you had sent to someone, but they deleted, and now you want it back?




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  Reply # 148601 16-Jul-2008 19:09
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manz21: Help!

Does anyone know if there is anyway of getting deleted text messages, especially for telecom network in NZ.

Would be appreciated.

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