DisasterBUSE, on Mar 13 2006, 14:15, said:
I tried that and didn't work. I'm guessing it is because the mmode gprs and wap settings aren't programmed on the phone yet. I'm just guessing though. I had a crazy night and the chick sent me a pic from that night with her in it and have lost all my patience already. Cannot send or receive at all. Ill share with the rest if its of any incentive. Thanks all.
Yes. You will need to create the new settings for mmode GPRS also so your Internet connection is working.
I found some information for mmode in WM2003SE which I edited for WM5. Haven't personally tried it but hope it works for you. However if the MMS message sent to you was too old it might not get delivered as it only stays on the network for some time.
AT&T GPRS, WAP/mMODE, & MMS settings
2) Delete MEdia Net Settings.
4) Create PROXY CONNECTION:
Connects from: The Internet
Connects to: WAP network
Proxy (name:port): 10.250.250.54:8080
5) Open GPRS Connections.
Create a new GPRS CONNECTION
Description: AWS GPRS
Connects to: The Internet
Access point: proxy
User name: (blank)
Primary DNS: (blank...will later default to 0.0.0.0)
Secondary DNS: (blank...will later default to 0.0.0.0)
IP address: (blank)
Internet Connection: AWS GPRS
Work Connection: Automatic
WAP Connection: AWS GPRS
Secure WAP Connection: Automatic
8.) In Internet Explorer, Menu>Tools>Options>Connections
Auto Detect Settings: Unchecked
Select Network: Wap Network
9) MMS SETUP.
Inbox>Menu>Options>Account Options>MMS>Menu>MMSC Settings.
Name: AWS MMS
MMSC URL: http://mmsc.mobile.attwireless.net
WAP Gateway: 10.250.250.100
Connect Via: The Internet
Max. Sending Size: 100K
WAP Version: WAP 1.2
Menu>Set as Default
11) Click Back Arrow to return to the MMS Preferences Screen
Check the following boxes:
Save sent messages
Allow delivery report
Allow read report
No. of Attempts: 3
Photo Resolution: Original Resolution