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Topic # 25591 26-Aug-2008 14:06
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My unanswered calls are picked up by the Telecom messaging system - a live person in a call centre.  Messages are then sent to me in SMS format, like a pager.

As I've flashed or upgraded or hacked or whatever I did to WM 6.1, SMS messages are now threaded.  All of my call centre messages come up in one big looooong thread.  I have to double tap the idividual message within the thread then delete it. 

It's not a huge issue, just a little inconvenient.  I can live with it but I was wondering if anyone had some kind of alternative.  Threaded SMS doesn't appear to be something I can toggle - it's always on and to be honest I do like the threads.  Something I've missed since giving up the Palm Treo years ago.


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  Reply # 159948 26-Aug-2008 18:08
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You can edit your registry, search xda or ppcgeeks for a registry editor.

Should be somewhere here

Disable/Enable Threaded SMS view in WM6.1
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Inbox\Settings\OEM]
"SMSInboxThreadingDisabled"=dword:00000001 ->0 to Threaded, 1 to Normal.

Edit: or you can download the latest Schaps Advance Config, handy tool to have for a winmo device.
this one has been corrected as the original one from here, has an error in registry modifications.

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