If your phone is Nokia then you need a Nokia Data Suite program loaded to your computer and suitable data cable for your model of Nokia Phone connected to your computer. http://europe.nokia.com/A4143580
You may not need a data cable if you can use bluetooth for connecting your phone with your cable Other phone brands may have similar programs.
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1. Press 'Menu' (press Navi key). 2. Highlight 'Messaging' and 'Select' (press Navi key). 3. Scroll to 'Message settings' and 'Select' (press Navi key). 4. Highlight 'Text message' and 'Select' (press Navi key). 5. Highlight 'Message centres' and 'Select' (press Navi key). 6. Highlight 'Add centre' and 'Select' (press Navi key). 7. Highlight 'Message centre name' and enter 'O2 SMS'. 8. Highlight 'Message centre no.' and enter the message centerno.(to know your message center no just google it with your network name)
9. Highlight 'Save' and 'Select' (press Navi key). 10. Press 'Yes' (press Navi key) to the question "Set as default message centre".
depending on your carrier Sim cards only carry tel#,names of your contact and other data about your cell and you.......not text message...... a memory card (can store your message) and your carrier do keep all text for a limited time (in/out) ...... if its a legal matter (or building up to be) call your carrier tell them to print out the message (s) give them the date/time and number its coming from