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Automatically forward TXT messages to ES Outlook

A client says someone set up her old Droid to automatically forward her TXT messages to her ES account where she could read and reply to them in Outlook. The someone doesn't seem to remember being able to do this. I've Googled around quite a bit, but have not found a satisfactory answer.

Appreciate an answer to this one!
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p912sCommented:
Have a look at SMS Backup, it is supposed to be able to auto forward text messages to an email account. At least that's what I've been told, haven't had the opportunity to check on a clients droid yet.

HTH

Scot
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pcladylrAuthor Commented:
Doesn't sound like what we're looking for. Thanks anyway.

Description
Automatically backs up SMS messages to your Gmail account.
You need to have IMAP enabled in your Gmail preferences, which must be done through a computer.
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FDiskWizardCommented:
This is one app that seems to do it.
http://electricpocket.com/txtForward/

Or this one: "Auto SMS", which does that and more
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tmnlab.autoresponder
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pcladylrAuthor Commented:
Sweet! Looks good. I've forwarded to my client to test. Will get back to you. Thanks!
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dainjahCommented:
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pcladylrAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your response. DeskSMS just works with Gmail accounts. I believe one of the two FDiskWizard provided will work with client's Exchange Server account and Outlook, but I haven't gotten a response from her yet that she's tried it.

Thanks for stopping by.
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pcladylrAuthor Commented:
Still haven't heard back from client, but I believe either one of these will do the job and don't want to leave the question open any longer. Thanks!
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