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Topic # 62833 15-Jun-2010 20:08
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Hi Guys. 

I'm looking for a Xt phone or smart phone that has the ability to automaticly forward txt messages . Forwarding the message to another phone or to Email address would be no problem. 

I have been having a look at the Software that comes with some models and we have the ability to recieve and send via plugging into a computer but have yet to find a "forward" function.

I was wondering if a Blackberry could do this the txt end up in the same inbox as the email? so maybe an "Auto forward by rule" but this is a Windows thing?

Thanks for your help in advance

Steve



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  Reply # 342079 15-Jun-2010 20:12
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There are multiple (paid) Symbian apps that can do that looking in the Ovi store from my Nokia 5800. Might be your cheapest option using another older Symbian phone.




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  Reply # 342274 16-Jun-2010 11:57
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Do you know the name of any of these aplications from the Ovi store?

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  Reply # 342278 16-Jun-2010 12:05
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SMS Forwarder (NZD 4.99), Ultimate SMS (NZD 12.99), Advanced SMS Manager (NZD 7.99). They all say they do auto SMS reply/forward.




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