I just received a text, but when I went back into the message menu, the message I just read has what looks like an envelope with lightening going through it or a ripped envelope? next to it. Anybody else had that or even knows what it is?
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This means you have a text message, look for something that says "messages" and go in and read them all. After you read them or delete them the envelope will go away, if you have problems ask someone to help you find your text messages in your phone.
This icon indicates that the SIM card's own text message storage is
full. This doesn't actually cause problems on the 5800 because it stores
its messages in the phone's own memory, but the envelope can look a bit
To get rid of the flashing envelope:
1. On the standby screen press the white menu button.
2. Select "Messaging"
3. Select "Options"
4. Select "SIM Messages"
5. Delete some or all of the messages from the SIM messages folder using the Options menu.
When you receive a text message while you're talking on the phone you can read your message without getting off by pressing the envelope button on the lower right side of the phone and the message menu with appear then click text messages
Yet another essential detail: It might happen that your Nokia E52 is unable to read old messages from your sim card. At least this happened to me, when putting my old card (used in some 6-7 years old nokia phone) to a new E52. No message was visible but they were there!!! The solution: Put the card into your old nokia (switch it perhaps to the card memory) and then delete the old messages (below some number - you must try the amount- or all of them). Then the things work.
It is in fact an unpleasant incompatibility and Nokia should mend it!
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.