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    Default Where do deleted messages go???

    I'm just curious to know, when a message is erased (Email, SMS, MMS), does it go into a "recycle bin" type of folder, or is it permanently erased? I ask because sometimes I have erased messages that I wish I had not erased.
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    Once they are erased they are permanently gone, unless you used
    the save function. Aside from that, there is no recycle bin.
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    Pretty sure you're SOL here, there is no "recycle bin" on the blackberry. If you delete an e-mail on handheld only, there's a copy still in your inbox. SMS, MMS, when you delete, they're gone for good.
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    Thanx for the fast reply. I wasn't sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BB_Lover_19 View Post
    Thanx for the fast reply. I wasn't sure.
    I believe that there is a way to get sms messages from the carrier that u have sent to and from your phone. But it would only be applicable for important or threatening situations. I heard from someone that the carriers keep this sms text information for about 2 weeks before they delete it permanently. I don't know for sure if this is 100% correct, but it's worth a shot to research on the internet. Just in case u may need it in the future.

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