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getsms returning funny text

From: Hugo van der Merwe
Subject: getsms returning funny text
Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2004 15:50:18 +0200
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I'm using AT model with my Nokia 6100 (due to warnings regarding that
phone), and gnokii 0.5.7 (I know 0.5.10 is out already...)

I'm curious about --getsms returning funny "garbage" text, which I'd
guess is a "strange" encoding for sms's. These strange sms's end in with
a string of: "@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@", looks like it might be padded by @.

I will try a newer version of gnokii later, it isn't practical right
now. I'm more curious about whether and how an SMS like this that is
already downloaded (and deleted) can be decoded to see what it is? This
SMS did not have Sender/Date information either.

Hugo van der Merwe

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