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Topic # 6609 8-Feb-2006 22:46
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Hi there I have a Telecom Apache and am trying to set it up to receive MMS messages. I have downloaded an app from a Sprint forum which is the US equivalent of Telecom. Now I have got a message which has turned up in my MMS inbox but to try and download the message I need to know what the telecom MMS server address is. Has anyone ever set up this phone to successfully receive MMS.

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Reply # 28037 8-Feb-2006 23:50
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There was a thread earlier which had a similar question. There was an answer (with the MMSC if I remember correctly) to it but it seems to have been deleted.





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Reply # 28038 8-Feb-2006 23:55
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Yeah I saw that I ran the google search and there was another person asking the exact same question but like you said the post has gone so if anyone can remember how that person got it working it would be great to know.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 28045 9-Feb-2006 07:24
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You can not access the Openwave or Lightsurf platforms from an Apache. At this stage it is not possible to send/recieve MMS messages.

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Reply # 28066 9-Feb-2006 10:32
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cokemaster: There was a thread earlier which had a similar question. There was an answer (with the MMSC if I remember correctly) to it but it seems to have been deleted.
At the request of Telecom New Zealand, which pointed out to commercially sensitive and confidential information on that thread...





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