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Old 05-04-2007, 05:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey everyone, I just got my blackberry, and i love it. But I have a question! Does anyone know of any way to save SMS messages received onto a PC? Thanks so much!

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Old 05-04-2007, 05:33 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You can forward them from your BB, to your email address.
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Ye no other way as far as I know.
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You can forward them from your BB, to your email address.
Ahm, well, I'd normally have no problem with that. I pay 25 euros a month for unlimited e-mails and unlimited internet access, but there must be a USB way! No addons or anything like that? I mean, BB's are popular enough!
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Actually, I have read on the board here some convulated.method involving disecting your backup "*.ipd" file, which is a good method in desperation when your BB is six feet under. I am sure by searching the board here you can find it, until then, the simplest method is as suggested.

Good luck, have a great weekend.
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I will tell you the best way of doing it that I know..... Use a image capture application like Jl_Cmder (it's in my signature) and 'snap' an image of the text message.... I know it's a pain but i assume you do not want to save all SMS's you get....

I had to do this a while back when getting stalked by a freak of nature ex GF....
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I will tell you the best way of doing it that I know..... Use a image capture application like Jl_Cmder (it's in my signature) and 'snap' an image of the text message.... I know it's a pain but i assume you do not want to save all SMS's you get....

I had to do this a while back when getting stalked by a freak of nature ex GF....
LOL! Yeah, that's a good idea I guess. No, but I would like to backup ALL SMS messages. I just wish there was an easier way to do it than to forward them as e-mails. Since that's the only option that i've seen so far, what I did was go into gmail (since I forward them all to there) and told it to search for SMS TEXT, since that's what it says when you forward a text, and automatically archive it and place it into a specific folder. Not a bad a idea, but it's a waste of time, when taking into account how advanced a blackberry is. Lol.

Thanks for all your help :D
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