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Old 02-11-2006, 05:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I've deleted BB messenger. But not sure what happens if someone who's already added me to their contact list tries sending me a message?

Do they get a failure? or does it just never get marked "D"?

Does anyone know for certain what happens?
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Old 02-11-2006, 05:32 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Not sure, I think it just never delivers. Do you know if you are charged for data usage if your not even in the program, no conversations open? Or are you billed only if you have open conversations?
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The PIN message should just come to your messages folder as PIN's did prior to BBMessenger. BBMessenger simply simplified the reply method of PIN's in the past.
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I've deleted BB messenger. But not sure what happens if someone who's already added me to their contact list tries sending me a message?

Do they get a failure? or does it just never get marked "D"?

Does anyone know for certain what happens?
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PINs and BBMessenger messages are exclusive of one another. messages just don't get delivered. They don't end up in the messages folder. Which kind of sucks and means I have to restore messenger for now. ugh
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