Description: Windows Mobile SMS Sync fills the void left by ActiveSync for backing up and restoring your increasingly vital text message communications. With the increasing popularity of text messaging, it has become critical for both business and personal mobile users to have the ability to safeguard important messages from loss due to device theft or device failure. Windows Mobile SMS Sync makes backing up and restoring this information extremely simple.
Windows Mobile SMS Sync creates a universally readable CSV (comma seperated values) file that can be read with countless popular applications such as Microsoft Notepad or Microsoft Excel. You can also use the included File Viewer application to view, search, and sort your messages. The File Viewer also allows for quick uploading to a SQL Database. You can also restore the backup file that is created onto any other Windows Mobile device.
Backup an unlimited number of text messages (received, sent, even drafts).
Backup your entire call history log.
Restore your text messages to any Windows Mobile Device. Just as they were before!
Backup file is a standard CSV (comma seperated values) file that can be read by a number of applications (including Microsoft Excel)
Includes an application for your Windows PC to read and search your messages and call log.
Includes support for international users. (both in terms of device and message language)
It even includes a wizard for uploading the text message data to a SQL Server database!
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