I set up mobile e-mail while on vacation and now I can not delete it so everytime I get a new e-mail it sends me a text asking if I want to open mobile e-mail. I can not figure out how to shut this off.
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u should go into the message settings and check if the message centre no. is correct or not.....sometimes when this no. gets deleted or changed message sending is affected....if this is the problem then u can get the message centre no. from the service provider's customer care....try it
Absolutely yes! There is a way to do that...i know it's disgusting sometimes to see your previous messages and feels awkward right?!
So here's what you have to do:
-After clicking the Reply button, a text will appear where u will write your reply in and automatically the message that you are going to send a reply is also there. But because you don't want it there,so just click inside the text box where your text will be written.
-Press and hold Ctrl + A for select all (in your keyboard,if the text is already highlighted,let go of the Ctrl and A keys)
Or Highlight all the text or messages(s) inside the Text box.
-And press Delete or Backspace in your keyboard.
That's it, all unwanted text and messages is deleted and you can write and send your messages now without those.
Note: You have to do it everytime you reply because that's the settings of the mail provider that we users are not allowed to change!
ENJOY AND GOODLUCK!
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