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Topic # 86715 12-Jul-2011 12:08
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Hi there. Somebody just txted me and I have no idea who. My Text message memory was full and couldnt recieve anymore texts. I have just deleted some texts and now its not full.

Is there anyway I can find out who texted me?

Not sure if it matters or not but i have a Google Nexus One

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  Reply # 492381 12-Jul-2011 12:11
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Hi Michael

Wait for the retry time on the SMSC and the SMS should be delivered soon

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  Reply # 492396 12-Jul-2011 12:30
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@John. How long does that usaully take? 1 hour?
@freitasm. What on earth is that?

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  Reply # 492421 12-Jul-2011 12:56
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M_I_C_H_A_E_L: @John. How long does that usaully take? 1 hour?
@freitasm. What on earth is that?


It depends on how long your handset memory was full for. The first few retries are quite quick, and then it backs off to save needless signaling. If you're in a hurry try sending an SMS to yourself. A successful delivery to your handset will prompt the SMSC to try delivering the rest of the queue.




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  Reply # 492425 12-Jul-2011 12:58
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I just txted somebody to ask if it was them that texted me, it wasnt but I got their reply saying no it wasnt them. As of yet the message I missed hasnt come through.

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  Reply # 492428 12-Jul-2011 13:02
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PM me your number then and I will have a look.




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  Reply # 492431 12-Jul-2011 13:08
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SaltyNZ: PM me your number then and I will have a look.


Pmed you. Thanks.



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