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Received a txt message that cannot be displayed. Solution?


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Really hard to say what the problem might have been Tanya. There are multiple ways to send someone txt message and it could be that someone just sent an email to your mobile phone txt number and it was blank. That could result in just an odd long number being displayed.

My phone for example can receive txt messages by sending an email to 2065551212@vtext.net (verizon customer).

The same goes for almost any mobile phone and carrier.

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