[AI] Specific Command Regarding Messaging And Talks In N 79

sunilsangtani sunilsangtani99 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 7 14:26:48 EDT 2010

hello yogesh sir, if i understand correctly, then  there is no any
specific command to do this. but you can varify  it easyly that the
message you are about to send, is a single message or it contain more
then one part.
when you send any message, the phone tells you that the message
contain more then one part so it will be send in one or two or three
parts the message wont  be send until you allow your phone to send it.
and alpana, i guess that v o i c can solve ur purpus just visit
http://www.seeingwithsound.com/ and get the information about this
freeware software.
On 6/7/10, Dr. Yogesh Sharma <yogesh.sharma569 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Zujar and All Friends, I am also a new user of Nokia N 79. I am using
> it with Talks 4.11.
>        Previously, I have been using Nokia 3230 with Talks 2.5. At that
> time, as I used to press "select" on the forward option in messaging, and
> then scrolled down to the text of the message, pressing the hash key on that
> point would tell me about the length of the message. In other words, by
> pressing hash, Talks would announce as in to how many parts the message
> would be divided while being sent. This would give me an idea about the
> length of the message. But now in N 79, I have not been able to discover any
> command of this type, which can help me in knowing the length of the message
> I am trying to send. Could you please suggest some specific command for this
> purpose? Thanks in advance,
> With best regards,
>       sincerely yours, Yogesh Sharma
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