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Problem for Sending SMS in c#.net

Hai Am Developing SMS Sending Application using C#.Net.

MY Problem Is Sending SMS via COM3.But It Throw Different Exception .
Till Now Am Didn't Face That Problem.



Am Connect The Mobile Via PC Using DataCable (NOKIA PCSUITE).

It Send System.Notsupported Exception ?

Am Really Confused?

Any Body Have Idea about Sending SMS using Serial Port Via Mobile PC Suite.
Feb 18 '08 #1
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Hai Am Developing SMS Sending Application using C#.Net.

MY Problem Is Sending SMS via COM3.But It Throw Different Exception .
Till Now Am Didn't Face That Problem.



Am Connect The Mobile Via PC Using DataCable (NOKIA PCSUITE).

It Send System.Notsupported Exception ?

Am Really Confused?

Any Body Have Idea about Sending SMS using Serial Port Via Mobile PC Suite.
Feb 18 '08 #2
Frinavale
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Hai Am Developing SMS Sending Application using C#.Net.

MY Problem Is Sending SMS via COM3.But It Throw Different Exception .
Till Now Am Didn't Face That Problem.



Am Connect The Mobile Via PC Using DataCable (NOKIA PCSUITE).

It Send System.Notsupported Exception ?

Am Really Confused?

Any Body Have Idea about Sending SMS using Serial Port Via Mobile PC Suite.
Hi Senthurganesh,

Typically a "NotSupport" Exception is thrown by code when you have called a function that has not been implemented by the code that you are calling.


I've merged your threads together. Please refrain from double posting your question in the future. Please review the posting guidelines especially the section on Do Not Double Post Your Question.

I've moved your question to the Mobile Development Fourm. I think you'll get more help here.


-Frinny
Feb 18 '08 #3
Dear Frinny
Thanks For Your Reply.
Hi Senthurganesh,

Typically a "NotSupport" Exception is thrown by code when you have called a function that has not been implemented by the code that you are calling.


I've merged your threads together. Please refrain from double posting your question in the future. Please review the posting guidelines especially the section on Do Not Double Post Your Question.

I've moved your question to the Mobile Development Fourm. I think you'll get more help here.


-Frinny
Feb 19 '08 #4

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