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  1. #1
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    saving sms Messages

    Hi everyone,
    I would like to save sms Messages. Is it possible to access the sms memory the same way it works with Calendar items?

    Best Regards

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    Re: saving sms Messages

    From Java ME? It is not possible to access the SMS inbox (or any other SMS mailbox) from Java ME.

    Hartti

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    Thumbs up Re: saving sms Messages

    There is a JSR under development (JSR-266)
    http://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=266

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    Re: saving sms Messages

    Hi,

    This JSR is with status "In Progress", so I think it will take a long time yet. So, if you are working with S60 and will work just with S60 you can make a hybrid solution:
    You can create an application with C++ or Python that's open a socket server on the loopback interface and accept connections. So, in your JME application you create a connection to this socket server and "ask" for the messages.

    Good luck!

    []s
    Neto

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    Re: saving sms Messages

    Hi,

    You can access SMS only with using Push Registry and SMS should be a port directed SMS, so you can save those SMS in phone memory

    Thanks

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    Re: saving sms Messages

    Hi,

    You can do this ONLY if SMS has been sent to a specific port. Messages with no port will go to the native inbox, and there JME don't have access.
    And, if you wanna read and kind of native box (inbox, sent messages, etc) you also could not do it with JME.

    []s
    Neto Marin

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