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  1. #1
    andrewcrosby
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    OK so I know it is from the Stone Age, but my Nokia 6310i works well.
    BUT I cannot find away of saving texts that I send. Can anyone advise.


    my Firmware is:


    v 5.51
    08-07-3
    NPL-1
    (c)NMP.




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  2. #2
    Simon Templar
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    Re: Nokia 6310i - how do I save a sent text?

    Vahis wrote:
    > They are automatically saved in outbox unless you delete them.
    > From there you can move them to archive
    >
    > Are you serious?


    What planet are you on? Once they have been sent they are no longer in
    the out box!


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  3. #3
    Vahis
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    Re: Nokia 6310i - how do I save a sent text?

    Simon Templar wrote:
    > Vahis wrote:
    >> They are automatically saved in outbox unless you delete them.
    >> From there you can move them to archive
    >>
    >> Are you serious?

    >
    > What planet are you on? Once they have been sent they are no longer in
    > the out box!
    >


    So it seems now that I checked it.

    OK, save them before you send them.
    They're just phones, anyway. Push a few buttons and you'll save
    and archive them just as you like.

    Are you guys serious with this great information that you can't
    find out of your phones?


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    Vahis



  4. #4
    andrewcrosby
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    Re: Nokia 6310i - how do I save a sent text?

    Hi Vahis.

    not sure your last sentence is actually a question or not - you've put
    a question mark at the end, so I assume it is. Were you actually asking
    was "Can't you find this info out from fiddling with your phone and
    reading the manual".

    Then answer is NO and I have done both.

    Most mobile phones automatically keep a record of sent messages, mine
    currently does not. All I want to do is set it up so it does this
    automatically.

    Saving it first is an option, but a rather cumbersome one. Given the
    advances in technology since my first text enable mobile phone that
    saved texts automatically you would have thought it would be possible.

    I was wondering whether it was just a firmware issue and something I
    could upgrade, so advice would be welcome, as long as it's not wise
    cracking. Unacceptable responses include (but are not limited to)

    Get a new phone, you <fill in as appropriate>
    and any vague unthought out reply that does not help in any way.




  5. #5
    andreas [email protected] mrs d.t ch
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    Re: Nokia 6310i - how do I save a sent text?

    On 16 Feb 2006 09:21:19 -0800, andrewcrosby <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > Most mobile phones automatically keep a record of sent messages, mine
    > currently does not. All I want to do is set it up so it does this
    > automatically.


    Sorry, not possible with the 6310i as far as I have heard of. It takes 2
    or 3 buttons to save the message and send it and after 3 or 4 messages I
    got used to it.


    > Saving it first is an option, but a rather cumbersome one. Given the
    > advances in technology since my first text enable mobile phone that
    > saved texts automatically you would have thought it would be possible.


    Other mobiles from Nokia, even older ones had this feature, but not
    this one.




  6. #6
    Tha Welshgit
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    Re: Nokia 6310i - how do I save a sent text?

    Hi there

    "andrewcrosby" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > OK so I know it is from the Stone Age, but my Nokia 6310i works well.
    > BUT I cannot find away of saving texts that I send. Can anyone advise.


    Menu> Messages> Message settings > Text Messages> Save sent messages

    Now messages that you send are saved in Sent messages folder

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