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  1. #1
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    how to filter the message

    hi:
    i want to build a symbian program which can filter the message by the number.For example if i am not willing to receive someone`s message, i can drop it without any notification.I have a idea that i can use the msgobserve to monitor the messagebox.Although i can catch the event of message arrivaling, i can`t stop the shake and the sound.Does anybody have a good idea?please,thanks

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    Re: how to filter the message

    Hi
    Ur application can observe for incoming messages..
    But still u cant prevent the inbuilt messaging application from observing the same
    message...Hence it isw also not possible to suspend the new message notifiactions..
    May be possible using internal sdk using a diff approach..

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    Re: how to filter the message

    hi,
    What balaji has said is correct. Though u can listen to incoming messages it is not a good practise to go against the existing platform applications.Hence to add on to it, it is not possible to stop the incoming message notifications. if you still want to continue with this you may have to think in such a way that u dont disturb the existing messaging app. there may be many workarounds for achieving a solution for this query. but one can never create a perfect solution to this where u can stop the notifications with out disturbing the platform app. if ur solution disturb the platform app then it may result in having inconsistent messages in ur inbox and so on.....so its better not to try out this case.
    with regards,
    Hemanth.

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    Re: how to filter the message

    but Is it possible to move an incoming message that containing filtrate no?
    I mean move it into another folder so that It won't appear in the INBOX
    and show a notification "you have receive a rubbish message......"?

    if it could
    how to do?

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    Re: how to filter the message

    hi,
    Yes it is possible to move a message from the inbox to another folder but that will not ensure u that u will be able to stop the notifications. as said earlier it is not possible to stop the notifications for sure. these are just work arounds which may some times reveal the new msg and some times not. so it is not possible to hide the message always.
    with regards,
    Hemanth.

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    Re: how to filter the message

    So what is the method to work around? Can u give any advices?
    Thanks!

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    Re: how to filter the message

    hi
    Actually there is no perfect work around to stop incoming message notifications. and also it is not advisable to stop such notifications. but if u r still in want of that, only possible way is to move it immediately to another folder as u said but the code section that u use for it must be very small. what i mean to say is u must move the incoming message immediately.
    with regards,
    Hemanth.

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