1084 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Jul 5, 2007 2:41 PM by Macasaurus
Post from http://uneasysilence.com/archive/2007/07/11328/
****** of that you can’t send an MMS from the iPhone? Although we are fairly certain that the feature will surface in an update sometime in the next month or two, there is a work around that will enable pseudo MMS capabilities to your iPhone.
Since you can email pictures you have taken, to send a picture to any cellphone just email it to the recipients MMS email address. All you will need to do is enter the recipients 10 digit number into the appropriate carrier field.
US Based Carriers:
Alltel = firstname.lastname@example.org
AT&T = email@example.com
Boost Mobile = firstname.lastname@example.org
Cingular (AT&T) = email@example.com
Einstein PCS = firstname.lastname@example.org
Sprint = email@example.com
T-Mobile = firstname.lastname@example.org
US Cellular = email@example.com
Verizon Wireless = firstname.lastname@example.org
Virgin Mobile = email@example.com
RTFM????? Jimbo...lighten up there buddy. Some of us have Read The F'ing Manual and are just in pure disbelief that this MultiMedia Device is incapable of sending MultiMedia messages. It's not like AT&T is not capable. I don't know one person among my friends/co-workers who can't MMS...except my fellow iPhone owners. I use MMS every day, several times a day for work.
Hi Ron, thanks for the info about the "firstname.lastname@example.org", but it just doesn't work. A friend tried to e-mail a pic from his phone to my "email@example.com and all I get is a text message in the SMS app that has his "firstname.lastname@example.org" with a subject line....and no picture. Sending a message from just a regular e-mail account to "email@example.com" is also a bust. Perhaps we have to set up a new "mail" account for our "wirelessnumber" e-mail address on our phones...
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