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Talk:SMS operations using Symbian C++
Featured article, May 31st 2009 (week 23)
This article explained all basic SMS operations like reading and deleting SMS from Inbox, Outbox, Draft, Sent Item folder. Source code of SmsHandler class in 2nd and 3rd edition will help to perform these SMS Operations. Comments in source code will helps the beginners to understand code.
The article has illustrated the code and description of almost all the basic operations regarding to SMS i.e. reading an SMS from messaging folders(inbox, outbox,drafts, sent items), Reading incoming messages(online), Deleting messegesfrom sent item, Disablind "Deliever reprots" etc. The article has described the the code for these operations from scratch. Starting from which file to include in header file, what should be included in the MMP file to the code for all the operations are very will-explained.The class which is used to handel these operations is SmsHandler.
The article find its importance to everybody who wants to start creating messaging applications.
When reading the SMS in Inbox, you may be interested more about the sender phone number rather than the recipient. Therefore you need to use CSmsAddress::FromAddress(). --- Why do you need the inboxStore->RestoreBodyTextL(richText); in ReadInbox? Code seems to work without it.
It reads actual message contents in richtext object which will be eventually end up in the meaning of that function. i.e ReadInbox().
By the way how does it work for you without it?
--16:49, 20 August 2008 (EEST)