Can you forward text messages automatically to another number?
Is this possible in your communications companies that you send msg to certain number snd it may receive on the number you sent as well as on the number you did not sent?
if you are asking if it is possible that an email you sent to a single person, or a group of people, could be sent to another person without you knowing about it, the answer is YES. for multiple reasons. A simple one is that in most large companies, if a person is out of the office, their email may be set to automatically forward emails to another person in the office. If you are…
It's very easy to forward any number to another cell or even landline. Search your cell phone and you need to go inside " tools" if you hit the word tools it will take you to the menu, stroll down and go to "call forward" Now this will be a bit tricky because you need to do this to the cell phone that you want to forward the calls that's coming in that cell to…
Call forwarding can be set up according to your pre set answering rules. You can forward calls to another number when your line is busy. Also you can automatically direct calls to your home number, mobile phone number or voice mail when the call to your office phone is unanswered after certain number of rings.
Call forwarding system can actually be set up according to your preset answering rule. Example: You can forward call to another number when you are busy or forward calls to another number when call is unattended after certain number of rings. Easy call forwarding from your PC to your mobile phone is done if you have a desktop call control system.
When you mark an e-mail message as "Phishing scam," it helps hotmail better identify who and what our customers consider as junk or spam. By increasing the number of reports we received, we will be able to systematically identify who are sending this kind of messages to prevent your account from receiving such messages from these senders in the future. This feature does not automatically blocks a sender from sending the messages to your account.
The Autonumber field is a pre-defined field type, that automatically increments, ensuring that they same number cannot be used more than once. It is used to uniquely identify a record and particularly if a primary key field has not been designated by the user. If a record is deleted, the number will not be assigned to another record. The user cannot change the field value, as it is automatically generated. The Autonumber field is a…
No. A whole number is a number with no fractional (decimal) part. Therefore a decimal number can not be a whole number. Another view: 35.0 is a whole number AND a decimal. The fact that a number is a decimal does not automatically require it to have a fractional part. Even 35 is a decimal number (without a decimal point).
How can a person think Christmas and birthday greeting messages from an unknown number are nonsense?
From one telegraph station to another - instantly. However telegraph stations were not very far apart so the message had to be retransmitted onwards. Originally this was done manually - an operator had to listen for incoming messages, write them down and then re-key tem. Later on they used punched tape which was produced when a message was received and could be automatically retransmitted. End to end - from the sender to the recipient could…
When deleting a text message and you ask AT and T for the total number of text messages does it show the deleted text with the total?
If you are talking bout what number out of the 5 positions suits the small forward position it is the number 3. but if you are talking bout what jersey number you have to look at the nba jersey number but i would say the best number to suit a small forward is any number from 10 to 25 but i would say about 12 or 14
Fractions are typically drawn/written as one number, the numerator, above a line, and another number, the denominator, below the line. Fractions are often drawn using a forward slash. For example: 1/2. They may also be drawn with a horizontal line (which is less commonly used on computers, where a forward slash is more convenient).