It's a operator message. Your SIM card need to send a message to the operator to inform something about your phone (like you are using a new phone) but the receiver don't recognize for what the message is. Your sim card will keep sending the message until it receives a valid response. Try to change the SIM card and see what happens. If the problem appears only with one card, you may ask your carrier company to change it.
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Normally, the red spot on an envelope in the sent
messages means that your text has not been delivered to the destination
phone number the text was sent to.
In some other phones like some nokia phones, there will be an exclamation point "!" on the
envelope of the failed delivery sent message.
A message may fail
to be delivered due to a number of reasons, like network errors,
invalid phone number or if the number is off, or the message has
expired (a message expires if it is not delivered within a period of 24
You may try to resend the message that has failed to be sent.
Click on messaging icon from main menu.
Click send message.
Instead of clicking text message click on pic/video message.
then you have 4 options TO: CONTACTS , TO Mobile#, To Email, And finally To Recent lict. Click on recent list and checkmark all the numbers you want deleted then click options bottom right corner then click delete.....
All finished hope this helps.
I have the same thing. But I can still REPLY to a text message I've gotten. Keep a friend's old text message on your phone at all times and just select it and reply to the message and there you go. It still costs you money though.
I had the same problem with my new Blackjack 2, I could receive txts, but my friends would not receive the ones I sent. To fix it, I put a + in front of the number. and added the 1 before the area code. so their numbers looked like this +1(areacode)number. now they get them. Others had to do a hard reset of their Blackjacks, but it worked.
dck2's solution worked for me on my razr, I opened the text message, went to "copy all text", went to "Create Message", chose "New Multimedia Message," went to "Paste," and then sent it to my email address, and the entire message went to email, including the date.