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  1. #1
    Mark.
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    > Does anyone know why my 7210 fails to overwrite sms's even though I have
    > 'allowed' both options within my settings??


    Generally, the phone won't overwrite until it is nearing or has reached its
    capacity; which is 150 on the phone and up to 30 on the SIM. The SIM card
    memory is filled first as an inbox before the phone, usually.

    -mark





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  2. #2
    tuned by RÄZO
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    Re: 7210 doesn't overwrite sms

    "Mark." <m.nikia#optusnet.com.au> wrote in message
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    | > Does anyone know why my 7210 fails to overwrite sms's even though I have
    | > 'allowed' both options within my settings??
    |
    | Generally, the phone won't overwrite until it is nearing or has reached
    its
    | capacity; which is 150 on the phone and up to 30 on the SIM. The SIM card
    | memory is filled first as an inbox before the phone, usually.
    |
    | -mark
    |

    30 SMSs on a SIM? SO lousy?? Malaysia's TMtouch network (502 13) SIMs could
    store 40 SMSs and 250 phonebook...hehehe





  3. #3
    ashley
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    Re: 7210 doesn't overwrite sms

    That all sounds good, but once the phone is full to capacity, my new
    messages are no longer saved. Only the older messages remain, until I clear
    out the folder.

    "Mark." <m.nikia#optusnet.com.au> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > > Does anyone know why my 7210 fails to overwrite sms's even though I have
    > > 'allowed' both options within my settings??

    >
    > Generally, the phone won't overwrite until it is nearing or has reached

    its
    > capacity; which is 150 on the phone and up to 30 on the SIM. The SIM card
    > memory is filled first as an inbox before the phone, usually.
    >
    > -mark
    >
    >






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