09-01-2013 07:03 PM - edited 09-01-2013 07:28 PM
My name is George, and I have quite an important question to ask about a message I sent on the Blackberry Curve. The message I sent had the tick next to it, which I know means it has been sent. My question is, does it also definitely mean it has been received?
The reason this is so important to me is because the particular text I sent to someone was absolutely critical, and if they simply ignored it then our relationship simply cannot continue, as it means they have done a dreadful thing. I wish I could elaborate more but I can't. As an aside, sent texts only ever get the tick treatment on my phone, it isn't set up for the 'D' or 'R' options to be relevant.
This has never happened on my phone before with a ticked message (obviously some of them haven't gotten through and this has been properly displayed with the correct symbol) but one extenuating factor is that the text was sent from a place I have never sent from before, though it was from a place that was actually getting full bar coverage.
If someone could answer this question I would truly appreciate it. Just really hoping someone confirms that ticked texts aren't always received.
09-02-2013 02:43 AM
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09-02-2013 05:04 AM
Thank you for the help Mondi, but I don't think I made my question clear enough in the original post. I'm absolutely fine with just having a tick next to sent messages as that's how it's always been. I just really needed to know, given the importance of the particular sent text, whether messages with the tick next to them can ever not have been received for any reason? I'm hoping so as if the particular text was ignored then that's not great news for a particular relationship.
09-02-2013 05:10 AM