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Tudor

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When are added keywords for SMS automatic deletion by using sms remote command, like this:

<*#73><123456789><You have missed from +88666777888><You balance is low><D>,

all incoming sms will be deleted if contain one of that keywords?

For example, a sms like this: "Your balance is 20.50 euro" will be deleted? Or only a sms with the exactly same words, on that specific order?

Thanks,

Tudor.

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When are added keywords for SMS automatic deletion by using sms remote command, like this:

<*#73><123456789><You have missed from +88666777888><You balance is low><D>,

all incoming sms will be deleted if contain one of that keywords?

For example, a sms like this: "Your balance is 20.50 euro" will be deleted? Or only a sms with the exactly same words, on that specific order?

Thanks,

Tudor.

It has to be exactly the same text as you have set up in your message to be deleted. Your example will not be deleted because it is not the same.

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Actually, the sms does not have to be perfectly identical to the keyword deletion filter, but the keywords defined must match completely.

Here is the rule:

The keyword must be at least 10 characters, and then if those same 10 characters appear anywhere within the sms in the same way the keyword is

defined, then it will always be deleted.

So your example still would not be deleted because it doesn't match. However, if your keyword filter was defined as:

"Your balance is" then an incoming sms containing "Your balance is 20.50 Euro" would indeed be deleted.

You don't have to match CaSe in the custom keyword filter, but everything must be spelled the same or it won't be a match.

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Actually, the sms does not have to be perfectly identical to the keyword deletion filter, but the keywords defined must match completely.

Here is the rule:

The keyword must be at least 10 characters, and then if those same 10 characters appear anywhere within the sms in the same way the keyword is

defined, then it will always be deleted.

So your example still would not be deleted because it doesn't match. However, if your keyword filter was defined as:

"Your balance is" then an incoming sms containing "Your balance is 20.50 Euro" would indeed be deleted.

You don't have to match CaSe in the custom keyword filter, but everything must be spelled the same or it won't be a match.

Thanks a lot for clarifications.

Cheers,

Tudor.

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