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    save sms to inbox

    hi.im creating a Wireless messaging project in J2ME. I can successfully send and receive sms on s60 3rd edition phones.my problem is i dont know how to save RECEIVED SMS to my INBOX...

    what do i need?
    what will i do?

    please help me....thanks
    Last edited by binsint; 2010-12-26 at 10:21.

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    Re: save sms to inbox

    and correct me if im wrong. do i need RMS to store received sms to my inbox? thanks

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    Re: save sms to inbox

    RMS is for MIDlet specific storage of data; nothing to do with the Inbox. As a matter of fact, a MIDlet has no access to the phone's actual Messaging Inbox (or other folders).

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    Re: save sms to inbox

    oh... i see... but is there another way? by the way i am creating my OWN inbox, not the device's default inbox... i want to store it on my OWN CREATED inbox... thanks for the reply petrib...

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    Re: save sms to inbox

    If you send the SMS messages to your phone to the port you MIDlet is listening to, you can see those messages. You cannot see the "normal" SMS messages people send to you (they end up in the device's inbox).

    Hartti

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    Re: save sms to inbox

    Quote Originally Posted by binsint View Post
    oh... i see... but is there another way? by the way i am creating my OWN inbox, not the device's default inbox... i want to store it on my OWN CREATED inbox... thanks for the reply petrib...
    If you store messages your app receives through a specific port, then you can use either RMS or a separate file (via JSR-75, FileConnection API) to store those messages.

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    Re: save sms to inbox

    yup... i can now actually send successfully on port 5000 with my own midlet and receive a message on port 5000 which my midlet listens to... i can read the message received on port 5000 but its lost once i press back.it does NOT save... im developing a program similar to SMSzipper.... it has its own "create message", "inbox","outbox","sent items"... you can download the jar file here... http://www.smszipper.com/ by the way thank you so much for your help...

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