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Problem in Receiving Message In My Application

 
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Hi
I am new in J2ME. I am developing application for receiving sms in my j2me. My Question is that if any other user like Airtel user send message to me , this message receive in my application rather then Inbox.

Can any one suggest me how can i do these?

Thank's In Advance..
 
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You can use the push registry to enable your application to receive SMS messages that are sent to specific ports. Unfortunately I am not aware of any way to intercept messages that are sent to the default port.
 
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Thank You Very Much Dear..
 
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hi Jaydip

if any user send sms in your mobile without port number then it will go to in your inbox not in your application

and your application catch only those sms that are sent on port that you have defined in your application.
 
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