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#115107 14-Mar-2013 09:39
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Samsung Vodafone,  his txt always end up in the spam box so i have to look in ther to see i i get any txt  (no new txt sound)thn move it to Inbox to reply back.  How can i fix this just want his txt to show up in Inbox.




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  #781415 14-Mar-2013 09:45
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I believe that is a setting on your phone. A lot of the Samsung models have a spam setting with a user adjustable block list. Its normally under your text message settings.




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  #781418 14-Mar-2013 09:46
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Can you provide more detailed INFO is the email you are speaking of or SMS?

 
 
 
 


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  #781419 14-Mar-2013 09:47
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If on a handset this is something the end user has enabled called ' Blocking mode '



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  #781452 14-Mar-2013 10:32
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johnr: Can you provide more etailed INFO is the email you are speaking of or SMS?


no email just a txt
ah wiat i just read your post about blocking, name showed up. Fix, ty




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  #781457 14-Mar-2013 10:34
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Sweet




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