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How do I find out the sender of a text message. I

How do I find out the sender of a text message. I can only open the message but cannot figure out how to find who sent it.

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Ok, how about if you open the messege and either, you just press talk and it will dial the number automatically or just open the messege and go to options and hit reply. you will be able to contact the sender with no problem because text messages are always sent by a mobile # and the number cannot be set to private ever.

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