PaulOBrien

Email to SMS!

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Weird, if I send a mail to [email protected], it comes thru to my phone.

First time i've seen this?

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Weird, if I send a mail to [email protected], it comes thru to my phone.

First time i've seen this?

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I assume that you are on T-Mobile with a ported Orange number?

I'm on T with a ported O number and I get an undeliverable message from the T-Mobile MTA (Local part not recognised) :D

I tried [email protected] too and that failed also.

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Woo, that worked for me. Could be useful... :D

Orange number, ported to T-Mobile.

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Anyone else tried this?

I know o2 offer a similar service but you have to be with them for Broadband and Mobile.

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Been researching on this.

You need to enable "Mobile Email service" on your account via T-Mobile website for this to work.

And this is a chargeable service for receiving it at 10p - it's not included with your plans. So something to be aware on.

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I know o2 offer a similar service but you have to be with them for Broadband and Mobile.

Try this

[email protected]

[email protected]

See if it works.

Possible chargeable SMS.

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Really?

Cheeky sods! :D

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Try this

[email protected]

[email protected]

Sadly Not Tony. The o2imail.co.uk just gets bounced back straight away, and the mmail sends and doesn't bounce back but nothing comes through.

I have tried as +44 as as 0. :D

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Ok, sorry to keep adding bits on here...

o2 service does work however you need to send "ON" to 212. Then you send mail to [email protected]

To send an email the number is 212 and the sms needs to start off with the email address then a space, then the message.

From what I can find out this is charged at 10p to receive emails as sms and 10p to send an email.

Cheaper to send it using GPRS though...

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