1. DeLaSoul's Avatar
    I finally figured out that when I sent text messages and I use an "@" symbol, the person sees an "" instead. They see an upside down exclamation point.

    Whenever I text people my email address "xyz@mail.com", they receive "xyzmail.com." Even if I use the symbol to designate a time like "@4PM," they see it as "4PM."

    What's going on? It is annoying because I always forget this exchange of characters happens when composing texts.

    I have a BlackBerry 9650 Sprint-branded on AT&T with OS 6.0 bundle 3049.
    Last edited by DeLaSoul; 02-18-12 at 08:00 PM.
    02-18-12 07:57 PM
  2. Superfly_FR's Avatar
    arent't your readers also see a 'J' when you send a smiley like ?
    02-19-12 04:00 AM
  3. DeLaSoul's Avatar
    Not that I am aware. Even when I text my own phone number, the outgoing shows a @-symbol but the incoming shows "" ...Annoying!
    02-19-12 10:26 PM
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