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Is there a way to send your calander in an email and is their a way to forward a text message?
 

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Is there a way to send your calander in an email and is their a way to forward a text message?
Forward texts=No. Send calendar in email=Yes. Take a screen shot. Go to calendar>Hold Home and Sleep button one second until screen flashes>Go to Photos>Camera Roll>Tap the screen shot you took (so it expands> Tap mail with arrow icon (left bottom corner>Select send email. Mark

BTW: The screen shot will be much bigger and crystal clear to the recipient of the email if viewed on a regular computer. It also will work sending to a mobile device.
 

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He never stated if he were jailbroken or not so I gave him the stock iPhone no answer. OJ I was waiting to see your reply on how to forward texts other than screen shot. I thought I had missed something. Mark
 

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I couldn't seem to find an answer online, although I know it's been posted here several times.

Can someone run the reason by me why AT&T never had MMS on the iPhone to begin with? Was it due to Apple or AT&T, and why?
 

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Moved this to the General Discussion forum since, IIRC, the original reason is Apple and not AT&T.

I don't have it at hand right now, but Steve Jobs said in some keynote speech (probably the one where the first iPhone was announced) that MMS was more or less antiquated and email was the new way to go, or something along those lines. Of course, the delay in rolling it out this summer is purely AT&T's fault (and it's nice they finally gave a date for it: September 25).
 

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Moved this to the General Discussion forum since, IIRC, the original reason is Apple and not AT&T.

I don't have it at hand right now, but Steve Jobs said in some keynote speech (probably the one where the first iPhone was announced) that MMS was more or less antiquated and email was the new way to go, or something along those lines. Of course, the delay in rolling it out this summer is purely AT&T's fault (and it's nice they finally gave a date for it: September 25).
Yep, that's correct, AFAIK.