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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by davidlw, Jun 28, 2008.
Is there any way to send a photo from my home Mac to a cell phone?
Depending on which carrier the receiving cell phone is using, you can email pictures and i think certain kinds of sounds to a phone.
Verizion is [ten-digit number]@vzwpix.com
AT&T is [ten-digit number]@cingularme.com
I dont think I've ever gotten the AT&T to work before, but I use the Verizon method all the time to send picture messages.
for att i dont think so.
i keep sending stuff to my phone from my email address to:
and it worked fine everytime.
granted it does cost $$ if u dont have a plan.
OK thanks, I do use AT&T so I guess that I am out until I get the iPhone 3G.
This will also work from your computer but also good for iPhone
MMS Email Addresses
For those of you wanting to send MMS...
You will need to enter the 10 digit number @*?. Use like this firstname.lastname@example.org
US Based Carriers:
Alltel = email@example.com
Amp'd Mobile = firstname.lastname@example.org
AT&T = email@example.com
Boost Mobile = firstname.lastname@example.org
Centennial Wireless = email@example.com (added by kcirrab-this is accurate for i have centennial)
Cingular (AT&T) = firstname.lastname@example.org
Einstein PCS = email@example.com
Nextel = firstname.lastname@example.org
Sprint = email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
T-Mobile = email@example.com
US Cellular = firstname.lastname@example.org
Verizon Wireless = email@example.com
Virgin Mobile = firstname.lastname@example.org
Or you can simply send a message to email@example.com and they will automatically detect the carrier. Teleflip is free to use. For more information: https://www.teleflip.com/blog/services/flipout/
^^^Totally awesome way to send pics to other cell phones! Highly recommended...
Here you go
Hey JB, I tried that "reverse cell phone" thang, and it was scary; I was afraid to press the "full phone report available" button.