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Topic # 63478 28-Jun-2010 09:59 Send private message

Hi, has anyone encountered a problem with sending an mms message with an attached picture or plain txt to a clearnet email address. There are no bounce back messages and the message isn't received at all on the clearnet email address.

I'm expecting the message to come from mobilenumber@mms.xtra.co.nz since this phone is using telecoms cdma network. WAP usage is working fine on the phone.

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  Reply # 346032 28-Jun-2010 13:40 Send private message

My assumption is that this phone is by TCL through a TelecomNZ CDMA MVNO agreement.

If so the MMS to email should work. The customer gets a link to their message instead of the whole message. Maybe worth getting the person who you send the message to to check their spam folder first. I've send a few MMS messages to email and many of my own MMS -> Email have ended up in the spam filter :(

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