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Old 07-01-2009, 03:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is it possible to save a conversation in a file format such that it can be sent and opened by another BBM user? Not with the copy history/paste into a memo/email, but that it will contain the timestamps and format?

Is forwarding of conversations possible from one user to another?

On another side, if one person ended a conversation they were having but the other did not, could they refresh the conversation for the other person if it resumed?

I know theres alot of questions, but they all are along the same lines of, can you retrieve old messages in the same format?

thanks so much in advance!
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Old 07-01-2009, 03:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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See maybe lots of questions, but they all have the same answer unfortunately. I wonder if any of your questions are addressed in some way in the 5.0 update of the BlackBerry messenger program?

Anyone that used the beta 5.0 BlackBerry messenger can chime in on this one?
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so basically once you delete any bb messenger messages, theres no way to retrieve them? not even thru a blackberry web site
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how about retrieving all your previous deleted text & mms. Does the device have trash recovery.
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how about retrieving all your previous deleted text & mms. Does the device have trash recovery.
Nope. Can't do that either.
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When you do a back-up within manager to the desktop does it not back up the open conversations? If it does, is there a way to convert that back to a readable version, or update the device to contain the conversations again?
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Not sure, but unlikely that it does.
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so there is really no way that an old conversation can be brought back into blackberry messenger? from another person, storage, files, or anything?
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Yes!














Sorry, but I assumed that after all the no's you were expecting one of us to suddenly tell you the super secret way.
No, it cant be done.
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What about with other applications or software? Can you use a third-party program to use messenger that would have these capabilities?
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None that I am aware of.
BUt you can always google, or try them out.
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