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MESSAGES/TEXT EDITING

T
his section describes the contents of the Messages menu and contains full in-
formation on the Short Message Service. Other types of messages can be
sent and received via your mobile. The Short Message Service (SMS) allows you
to send or receive text messages to or from other mobile phones. You can store,
edit and forward messages as well as save any of the numbers, mail addresses,
web site addresses they may contain.
These SMS are stored on the phone memory; they may also be stored in the
SIM card if they are sent by a service provider. You can access the Messages
menu by pressing and holding the Mail softkey from the standby display.
This chapter mainly deals with the SMS and Broadcast message types. Please refer to the i-
mode section (page 69) for full information on Mail and MMS.

Contents of the Messages menu

The Messages menu includes the three message types that are available on your mobile: SMS,
Mail/MMS, Broadcast messages.
To select one of these message types:
1
Press the [Menu] key. Select
2
Select SMS,
Mail/MMS
or Broadcast.
A number is displayed on the SMS and Mail/MMS lines, on the right of the screen. It indi-
cates the number of unread received messages in the corresponding Inbox folder.
or
1
From the Standby display, press and hold the [Left] softkey (underneath Mail).
2
Select SMS,
Mail/MMS
or Broadcast.
A number is displayed on the SMS and Mail/MMS lines, on the right of the screen. It indi-
cates the number of unread received messages in the corresponding Inbox folder.

Accessing the SMS menu

You can access the SMS menu via three ways. This chapter describes the SMS sub-menu and
features via the [Menu] key, but you can use any of the following paths to access this sub-menu.
1
Press the [Menu] key. Select
2
Select SMS.
or
1
From the Standby display, press and hold the [Left] softkey (underneath Mail).
2
Select SMS.
or
1
From the Standby display, press the [Right] softkey (underneath i-mode).
2
SMS
Select
or press
.

Reading a received SMS message

When the phone receives an SMS message, a new SMS alert beep or melody sounds and
is displayed on the Standby display. The message is automatically stored in the phone or in the
SIM card. A flashing
indicates that the SIM or the phone memory are full and cannot store
any further messages. Delete messages to allow new messages to be delivered.
1
Read
Press
to read new messages (from the standby display only).
2
Press on the [Menu] key to View, Reply,
as
mail,
Move to
SIM,
the SMS header or text, or store the mail or web address contained in the message text. All
the message characters that are displayed between «» can also be stored on your mobile).
1. According to the selected item, another Options list may be available so that you can proceed with the action.
Press on the [Menu] key.
2. If you select a melody as a new SMS alert (please see "Melodies", page 61), press the [OK] key to acknowl-
edge receipt of the new incoming SMS and to stop the melody.
Messages
Messages
Reply
(+text), Delete,
Numbers & addresses
(to store or call the number(s) contained in
Messages/Text editing
24-
Delete
all, Forward,
Send

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