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Can I get a log of my text messages from last Oct - Dec, 2011?

 

Can I get a log of my text messages from last Oct - Dec, 2011?

 

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kapakv wrote:

Can I get a log of my text messages from last Oct - Dec, 2011?

 



Not from ATT, only if they are still on your phone. Text messages are not retained at the carrier


kapakv wrote:

Can I get a log of my text messages from last Oct - Dec, 2011?

 



Not from ATT, only if they are still on your phone. Text messages are not retained at the carrier

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Text messages seem to find their way into  Court months after the fact.  Obviously saved.  They will be retained forever once the Government"s Utah Data Center is completed in September. 

Text messages seem to find their way into  Court months after the fact.  Obviously saved.  They will be retained forever once the Government"s Utah Data Center is completed in September. 

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kinghdmi wrote:

Text messages seem to find their way into  Court months after the fact.  Obviously saved.  They will be retained forever once the Government"s Utah Data Center is completed in September. 



really - would love to see your information regarding that. SMS messaging is not stored at the carrier's location, if you have proof of something to the contrary please show it


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Text messages seem to find their way into  Court months after the fact.  Obviously saved.  They will be retained forever once the Government"s Utah Data Center is completed in September. 



really - would love to see your information regarding that. SMS messaging is not stored at the carrier's location, if you have proof of something to the contrary please show it

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