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Topic # 87166 21-Jul-2011 20:42
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I am with Vodafone on account. Is there any way for me to receive my SMS messages into my email?

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  Reply # 496410 21-Jul-2011 20:46
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no way at all from the Vodafone side



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  Reply # 496434 21-Jul-2011 21:36
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Any other service that would allow that?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 496454 21-Jul-2011 22:10
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I have no idea if it's possible, but i'm curious about why you'd want to?




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  Reply # 496473 21-Jul-2011 22:35
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timmmay: I have no idea if it's possible, but i'm curious about why you'd want to?


They may live in no coverage maybe Sure Signal could help,

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/services/femtocell/

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  Reply # 496474 21-Jul-2011 22:35
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markwolk: Any other service that would allow that?


Person to Person SMS have to be delivered to the handset,

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  Reply # 496490 21-Jul-2011 23:35
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http://www.net24.co.nz/isms.php

or build your own with a nokia phone with gnoki
or most VOIP GSM gateways such as the 2N voiceblue (or cheaper type units) can get recieve SMS's and send them to email or alike.

or. http://www.trademe.co.nz/Computers/Networking-modems/Other/auction-392513734.htm with a bit of hackery.. will send SMS to a SIP device) like asterisk and then you can convert it somehow to an email.
 

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  Reply # 496493 22-Jul-2011 00:14
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markwolk: Any other service that would allow that?

Mine comes in via MS Exchange 2010.
If you have windows phone 7 or Android it is a tick box to sync to email.





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