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I would do a restore back to factory settings, and then back up from an icloud or itunes backup. You do have a back up right?
all you have to do is toggle the keyboard downward to dismiss it and it will go away just gently motion the keyboard down with your index finger and it will go away
Try IFTTT. This lets you set up recipes that can do things, such as send an SMS when an email is received. The contents of the SMS can be customised based on the contents of the email, such as including the subject and/or body of the email in the SMS. The tag is customisable and optional.
If you used iCloud backup, you can restore your previous phone's backup to your new phone by resetting the new phone's Content and Settings in Settings → Reset. iMessages are separate to SMS/MMS and will be restored when you log in with your Apple ID into iCloud. Both of these are separate from your mobile number. iCloud does not store SMS/MSS messages like ...
There is currently no way to send SMS from a PC or a Mac. As you mentioned you can currently send iMessages from a Mac, and you will be able to send both iMessages and SMS from a Mac once OS X Yosemite is released (according to apple.com) EDIT: A quick Google search for "send iphone sms from pc" found this: http://www.myphonedesktop.com/
Usually SMS messages have a 'lifetime' of around 9 days - this is set by the carrier. iMessages should be delivered the next time you connect your iPhone to a network.
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