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Topic # 57201 5-Feb-2010 15:29
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Am I supposed to be able to MMS message (ie send pictures) on an N91?  The phone has the option there in the menus, but when I try it fails, and when I receive messages it gives me a url rather than the pic.  Is there something I have set up wrong, or is that it?

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  Reply # 297788 10-Feb-2010 21:35
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Well, 90 people reading this, but no answers!

I am pleased to advise the answer is YES, and I have finally got my E71 on the XT network sending and receiving MMS. Co-incidentally (I thought) I had a problem with my new XT phone not being able to access the Telecom WAP service, and after that was solved on the network, my MMS started working.

So - MMS works, and it uses the providers WAP server.

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  Reply # 298080 11-Feb-2010 19:37
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Or E71? It's all a bit confusing.


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  Reply # 298117 11-Feb-2010 21:29
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c71931f: N91 or N97?

Arrrgh!!!... so that is why no-one replied.... durn - fingers went adrift.. it is an E71.  I wonder what I was thinking of when I first posted?  Sorry folks for the puzzle.
All fixed now that the phone has access to the WAP gateway, so all's well that ends well.

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  Reply # 300666 21-Feb-2010 10:33
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I have a N97 on Telecom XT but my MMS isn't working I need help

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