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Have you checked that the phones 'message centre' number hasnt been altered by mistake? In message settings you should find this. It is common that whilst people stumble on this part of the menu that they accidently remove one or two of the last digits. Your network should be able to confirm the number that should be there if your not sure? Also another possibility in settings is how the sms is sent, one of the settings options lets you change between 'text' 'fax' and few others I cant remember. Ensure it is set to 'TEXT'.
That should solve your problem one way or other.
Friend, QUEUED means pending or hanging. There is pending message of yours to be sent. Pending may cause when there is no enough memory to process your data so you need to free up your memory through deleting the unneccesary files. or pending when there is a problem in your network connections.contact your network provider for this case. Good luck
You need to call your service provider. The issue probably lies in the HLR settings, which the provider can access. This is the system that looks at you account to see if you have the rights to send/receive text. If these settings are off, it will cause this issue.
Had a similar problem myself (Sony Ericsson W890i) - just a plain old SMS message got 'queued' in the outbox, and all further messages I tried to send got sent to the outbox too without ever being sent.
What I did was delete all the messages that I could from the outbox (5 out of the 6 which had been 'queued'), and the one remaining message that I could not delete I cancelled, sent it to the Drafts folder, and then Saved it (to the SIM). I then switched off the phone, took out the SIM card, put it in my old Sony Ericsson handset, switched that on, went to the Messages folder and deleted this one troublesome SMS message from the 'Saved' sub folder. Replaced the SIM in my current handset, and sending messages thereafter was no problem. Hope it works for you too!
Go in to the Outbox, click on the message, if it has a red arrow on the envelope icon then the message has sent. For more info click "Read" message then on the centre menu bar go down to Message status, this will tell you if it's sent and what time, etc. There isn't a 'sent' box.