bulk clear SMS store (for instance Read Messages) in Siemens MC35

Posted on 2003-03-27
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Last Modified: 2008-03-06
Hi All,
Any ideas how to bulk clear SMS store (for instance Read Messages) in Siemens MC35 mobile module without actually listing / reading the messages (AT+CMGL="REC READ") first, getting message index and then deleting one by one (AT+CMGD=<index>)..
- Pavel
Question by:darkrider
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BigRat earned 60 total points
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There doesn't appear to be a command for this on that device. I actually list them all and execute that number of deletes always deleting the first.

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yeah, kinda realised that now.. do the same. thanks.

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