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Topic # 9563 27-Sep-2006 11:09
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I apologise if this is a duplicate,

can anyone recommend a SMS backup utility (like jeyo mobile companion, but not the jeyo one) that will allow me to download all sms' to the pc,

and ideally create a report,

or at least export all messages to xml or CSV?

thanks.




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Reply # 47019 28-Sep-2006 09:54
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jeyo works ok, but it cant handle the volume of messages, its caused corruption of texts before, which meant the phone a/ways had a 0kb message that could not be deleted, and would cause any text managing program to crash.

i need something that can dump it all into a pocket access or pocket sql, or pocket sybase db. ideally,

as there is around 55,000 text messages.





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Reply # 47020 28-Sep-2006 10:00
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Are these 55,000 messages on the device itself? How long does it take to load the Inbox when you first start it after a soft reset?

I am looking for something with friends and will come back later.





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Reply # 47034 28-Sep-2006 11:35
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I know someone who's got some code to dump the data into a XML file. He says if you are a coder you can change the format as you wish. Wanna give it a try?







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  Reply # 47038 28-Sep-2006 11:50
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that would be fantastic.





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