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Disable Message Sent Notification

Many people find the "Message Sent" notification that pops up after a successful text message to be annoying. Here is an easy registry hack to disable it. This will require a registry editor.

Disable the "Message Sent" notification after sending a text message by following these steps:

1. Download a registry editing program for windows mobile (google "registry editor for windows mobile")
2. Install it onto your phone (if you dont know how to do that, the google "how to install program onto windows mobile device")
3. Open the program that you have installed
4. Navigate to: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Inbox
5. Create a new key "Settings"
6. Create a new string value "SMSNoSentMsg" and set the value to 1

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frankgad How to disable the message sent on At&T Tilt 1 Jan 22 2009, 8:53 PM EST by denco7
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That pop up is starting to annoy me. I would definitely appreciate any help!!!! Please submit the dummy version. Thank you so very much.
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Anonymous How do you navigate to: 0 Oct 17 2008, 2:59 PM EDT by Anonymous
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How do you navigate to:HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Inbox ?
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Anonymous Disable Message Sent Notification 0 Oct 14 2008, 4:36 PM EDT by Anonymous
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I am trying to put the first step in, but not sure how to! does it go into my esplorer? because I am getting an error there.

An the person below me asked the same thing, but this page is not allowing me to see all the replies. only the last one, but it's not helpful.
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