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wjp09

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Feb 25, 2007
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#11
no dashes needed. That is just how ppl break up phone numbers

1234567890
123-456-7890
(123)-456-7890
123 456 7890 ETC are the same number
 

ben1380

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Jul 1, 2007
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#12
No dashes.

Has anyone had issues sending a pic message to a verizon phone from their Yahoo email? I get SMTP 550 errors. I can send from my gmail account fine.
 

TrippalHealicks

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#14
This is so helpful, Great Info will definetely hold me over until Apple updates the software to MMS.
Glad to see someone is taking this information as a good thing, and not mouthing off about how much their vagina hurts when they have to manually type an MMS address in, one time. (save it to your contact list, fools)

LAZY PEOPLE.
 

BWGrapher

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Jun 19, 2007
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#16
You don't need dash. Just use ten digit number.
However, you can't send mms to iPhone user with this method.
I already tried with my gf, but i couldn't get the message.
 

greenjbhsd

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Jul 13, 2007
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#17
Here is what I have on my list:

US Based Carriers:

Alltel = xxxxxxxxxx@message.alltel.com
AT&T = xxxxxxxxxx@mms.att.net
Boost Mobile = xxxxxxxxxx@myboostmobile.com
Cingular (AT&T) = xxxxxxxxxx@mms.mycingular.com
Einstein PCS = xxxxxxxxxx@einsteinmms.com
Sprint = xxxxxxxxxx@messaging.sprintpcs.com
T-Mobile = xxxxxxxxxx@tmomail.net
US Cellular = xxxxxxxxxx@mms.uscc.net
Verizon Wireless = xxxxxxxxxx@vzwpix.com
Virgin Mobile = xxxxxxxxxx@vmobl.com

I hate receiving them. The manner in which this phone handles them (that legacy website) is appalling.
 
Jul 18, 2007
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#18
does anyone know of a way that other non iPhone users can send pictures without having email applications...like can they just send a MMS to your ##########@mms.att.net? or is there some other way out there
 

tdefriez

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Jul 2, 2007
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#19
Its also a way not pay for SMS messages over the limit

Why are we all fools - SMS and MMS messages are just emails - we have no limit on these but the providers think we are fools and charge us if we text or MMS but they are just using the internet and email to do this.
 

rbaron

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Jan 18, 2007
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#20
I am a little confused...... you take a picture with your iPhone. It gets stored in a "folder" named camera roll.

So you then send the picture to tendigitnumber@mms.att.net the tendigitnumber I assume is the phone number of the person you want to send the picture to att phone number. Yes?

So how do you attach the picture to the message? Please help because I really think Apple should have made it so you could send an attachment to anyone via email.

Thanks all.........