Saving Picture Attachments

insocal

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Is there a way to save a photo received in an e-mail to the iPhone?
Thanks!
 

hoop

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i just sent me a pic via email and i cant figure out hot to save it to my desktop and help?
 

Lheaxhuns

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Not sure, but do you know how to send a photo to someone through a text? I hope you can do this....Almost every other phone can.
 

insocal

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Not sure, but do you know how to send a photo to someone through a text? I hope you can do this....Almost every other phone can.
I think someone said you send it as an e-mail to their PHONE NUMBER @ carriername domain (whatever it is) and it should show up for them as a text.
 

hoop

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I think someone said you send it as an e-mail to their PHONE NUMBER @ carriername domain (whatever it is) and it should show up for them as a text.
u gotta be sh$$ten me, i hope its easyer then that bro
 

Superfreaknduper

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Its not. it was known before iPhone was released that it didn't support MMS messaging (that is normal picture messages) that all pictures where done through email as of now..


just hope Apple updates the software.
 

TrippalHealicks

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Ok, let me clear some things up for you.

You CAN send them. You send it in a different form than you would normally. It's sent the same as any other MMS message, you just have to enter their phone # as an email address.

So, if I had a friend with a phone number (including area code) of

(123)456-7890

I would do this:

Click the menu button on the photo you wanna send, click "Email Photo",
then in the "To" bar, I would type:

1234567890@mms.att.net

It's THAT EASY. IF you want to verify the hostname (att.net), you can have someone that has a "regular" camera phone, send you a photo, but send it as an email TO YOU. It will show you their return address in the format shown above.

It was the same way, back in the day, when you wanted to send an email to someone's phone as an SMS message, from an email client.

It would be something like 1234567890@mobile.mycingular.net

Come on, guys! Your lack of tech knowledge is lettin' me down!

btw, the phone also lets you save multiple email addresses per each contact you have in your list. So, I just save this address as one of their email addresses, and pick it from the list, when I wanna send them a photo. :)
 

Austinsdc

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I think someone said you send it as an e-mail to their PHONE NUMBER @ carriername domain (whatever it is) and it should show up for them as a text.
type the number then @txt.att.net From any email account.
 

wjp09

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Not sure, but do you know how to send a photo to someone through a text? I hope you can do this....Almost every other phone can.
no you can't send picture messages
 

T-HAN

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didn't work... the person received the text but it says that the media was not supported...?
 

BWGrapher

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for Verizon.

If you want to send a picture message to Verizon user, you can send (123)4567890@vzwpix.com as a email.
Then, the person who receive the message will get the mms type message.