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Topic # 57659 20-Feb-2010 22:42
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can someone tell me how to get MMS to work on my Telecom XT N97. I tryed to send my dad a photo but it just stayed sitting in the outbox.

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  Reply # 300621 20-Feb-2010 23:23
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Amazing what you can find when you use the search function on a site

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  Reply # 300662 21-Feb-2010 10:15
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Thanks I tried this but I am still having the same problim is there anything else I can try

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 300675 21-Feb-2010 11:06
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Can you tell us the problem you're experiencing?

What error are you getting?

What settings have you input into you're device?

Can you access WAP?

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  Reply # 300692 21-Feb-2010 13:19
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I think the settings are ok but what I am trying to send dosen't go anywhere I can send SMS messages but all my MMS messages just stay in the outbox

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  Reply # 300696 21-Feb-2010 13:48
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sms and mms are chalk and cheese on a mobile network

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  Reply # 300772 21-Feb-2010 18:47
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*sigh* If you don't want to help you're self; then we can't help you.

Saying it doesn't work isn't enough information.

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  Reply # 300777 21-Feb-2010 18:59
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Help us help you. Answer these simple questions:

1.Have you tried using your SIM card in another handset to send MMS?
2.Did it work when you you tried using your SIM card in another handset to send MMS?
3.What is the configuration you have on your handset? Please list all details - nothing should be left behind.







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  Reply # 300804 21-Feb-2010 20:06
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1.Yes I coould use MMS on my N85 with the same SIM card
2. I have 2 MMS settings in my N97
setting 1.
Connection name Telecom MMS, Data bearer Packet data, Access point name wap.telecom.co.nz,
User name None , Prompt password No, Password ****, Authentication Normal, Homepage Http://lsmmsc.xtra.co.nz, Use access point Automatically
Setting 2.
Connection name Telecom MMS2, Data bearer Packet data, Access point name direct.telecom.co.nz,
User name None, Prompt password No, Password ****, Authentication Normal, Homepage Http://lsmmsc.xtra.co.nz, Use access point Automatically

are any of the settings wrong and if so how do I need to change them

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