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    Message Templates?

    On my old sony ericson, you could make a template for your texts which it would use everytime you sent a text.
    I had to set a special code something like *#0 at the begining of every text, using O2 to get Delivery Reports, as their normal reports didnt work.

    Alas, cant figure out how to do this on the SGS? I just need a way to use a template to text...

    Cheers!

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    or is it possible to use a different text app to write texts that will use templates?
    anyone know of one?

    cheers!

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    Create the template in the memo app and save it. When you want to send a message you can attach the memo in the text field of the message.

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    sorry that doesnt work, i mean i see no quick or easy way to paste the memo in, if i hold down on the text prompt i can only Paste or Select Input Method.
    im looking for a way to set it up so i can go to write a text message, as normal, but its already got the *0# written at the top of all messages i write...
    really lame O2 hack here but only way to get delivery reports...
    and id rather not have to manually cut and paste or click 5x to select it...

    cheers!

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    Open a new text message, select the "type to compose" window, then hit the menu key. You will then see an option to "Add Text" - select tha and it will offer you the Memo pad. Select this and then just tick the memo which is the template you prepared.

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    Thanks... as I said, thats alot of steps to go through EVERY time I want to write a text...
    shame theres no Template function, or way to just set it up to be at the begining of ANY text, so I can simply hit Compose and go...

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    I am not aware of any other way to do what you want - also I find that you can't store a draft text unless you insert a valid address - seems a bit clunky

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