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Nokia 6120, iMac & SMS's


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I have the Nokia Multimedia Transfer.app which allows me to connect my phone via usb to my iMac, and manage multimedia.

I would like download SMS's from my handset on to my iMac. This can't be done via Nokia Multimedia Transfer.app or Bluetooth to the iMac.

Any ideas on which app I could use?

I'm using Leopard 10.5.5 and a Nokia 6120 handset.

I guess I'm really after "Nokia PC Suite 7.0" for Mac
Nokia - Download Free Nokia PC Suite Software
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You could try BluePhoneElite

I use it with my N95 and previously my 8800. Works well and has loads of cool features.

Oh...and only pretty girls use Macs...
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I downloaded BluePhoneElite 2.0.12 - it does what I'm after! Thanks heaps... Shame on Nokia for not fully supporting the Mac.
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