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SMS only stored/delivered to SIM +NO notification

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Right then!! Don't know where to put it - if no resolution will have to go to BugTrack...

If you go to Inbox>Menu>Options there's an option 'Import messages from SIM'. Now I wonder why it is there in the first place.... but when I did that on the first day - nothing happened. Did that yesterday - guess what?! I received 4 messages (some of them like a week old) in my Inbox. I read(!) and deleted(!) them from my Inbox, restarted (on second attempt) the phone and I still get the bloody msgs when I go to Import from SIM option.

In some mobiles (ie Sony Z5) there is an option 'Store msgs in SIM/Phone or Screen' - so I assume if it is sent from one of those and selected option is SIM - you get a message delivered to SIM, but there is no notification untill you actually go and select 'Import Messages'.

Same happens when I send myself a message from www.O2.co.uk

It will arrive (I guess) but I don't know it's thetre till I go and import the F$%^^ message - It pisses me off sooo much!

Ever wondered why you don't receive a msg you were waiting for??

Anyone had the same problem?? Or is it just me???!?

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I have experienced this problem on a Nokia(shh).. it was Only from certain senders, O2, a couple of web based sites. I think it's a bug their side.

(does not seem to happen as much now)

Will

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That's what I'm saying - some senders do send messages of "SIM memory type" - as I said you can do it on certain phones (the one i had before was Z5. This stuff is well annoying since a lot of confirmations for ie web registrations are sent with this SMS memory type.

(sorry for repeating myself)

Workaround/solution?

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Sh*t!!

I don't even know how to remove them from the SIM!!

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Yeah, just discovered 4 really old messages on my SIM.

Not happy about that, but it does look like it's stopped sending them there.

Barry

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and now I went to mobile.msn.com and it is supposed to send you an SMS with confirm code - I don't get it at all. Not sure if this has got anything to do with this problem, but am very annoyed with me SMS situation. So far I could cope and bare all the problems with the phone - but this (not only this, really, but..) is pushing it...

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