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  1. #1
    dnelson26
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    I've been given a pager by work, and I'm trying to forward the pager msgs to
    my cell phone, but to do that, the pager company needs my cell phone's email
    address. Help! How do I find that... or what is it?




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  2. #2
    Jeffrey Kaplan
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    Re: what's my phone's email address????

    It is alleged that dnelson26 claimed:

    > I've been given a pager by work, and I'm trying to forward the pager msgs to
    > my cell phone, but to do that, the pager company needs my cell phone's email
    > address. Help! How do I find that... or what is it?


    Will this do? It's the email-to-sms gateway:
    phonenumber@mobile.mycingular.com

    It'll forward your pages to your phone as an SMS message. But it's
    definitely not fast. When I started this response, I tried it myself,
    and ten minutes later I'm still waiting for the SMS to arrive.

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  3. #3
    Jer
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    Re: what's my phone's email address????

    dnelson26 wrote:
    > I've been given a pager by work, and I'm trying to forward the pager msgs to
    > my cell phone, but to do that, the pager company needs my cell phone's email
    > address. Help! How do I find that... or what is it?
    >



    A Texas friend is using...

    10-digit@txt.att.net = text messages
    10-digit@mms.att.net = multimedia messages

    --
    jer
    email reply - I am not a 'ten'



  4. #4
    Madhav \DogFocker\ Acharya
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    Re: what's my phone's email address????

    On Tue, 24 Jul 2007 22:08:26 -0400, Jeffrey Kaplan wrote:

    > It is alleged that dnelson26 claimed:
    >
    >> I've been given a pager by work, and I'm trying to forward the pager msgs to
    >> my cell phone, but to do that, the pager company needs my cell phone's email
    >> address. Help! How do I find that... or what is it?

    >
    > Will this do? It's the email-to-sms gateway:
    > phonenumber@mobile.mycingular.com
    >
    > It'll forward your pages to your phone as an SMS message. But it's
    > definitely not fast. When I started this response, I tried it myself,
    > and ten minutes later I'm still waiting for the SMS to arrive.


    Deed you git it yet? ok?
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  5. #5
    Jud Hardcastle
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    Re: what's my phone's email address????

    In article <75acb4253ac10@uwe>, u36105@uwe says...
    > I've been given a pager by work, and I'm trying to forward the pager msgs to
    > my cell phone, but to do that, the pager company needs my cell phone's email
    > address. Help! How do I find that... or what is it?
    >
    >

    Which pager company is that? Actually a good idea--cutthrough paging on
    voicemail doesn't work well for automated systems that only support
    pagers (since you may answer the call not VM). It would be nice if
    Cingular would provide a dedicated numeric page number (for a fee of
    course) or even a dedicated number that went straight to voicemail. Many
    machines don't store enough digits to dial the general VM access number
    and then the cellular number and then leave a code.
    --
    Jud
    Dallas TX USA



  6. #6
    Jeffrey Kaplan
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    Re: what's my phone's email address????

    It is alleged that Madhav "DogFocker" Acharya claimed:

    > > Will this do? It's the email-to-sms gateway:
    > > phonenumber@mobile.mycingular.com
    > >
    > > It'll forward your pages to your phone as an SMS message. But it's
    > > definitely not fast. When I started this response, I tried it myself,
    > > and ten minutes later I'm still waiting for the SMS to arrive.

    >
    > Deed you git it yet? ok?


    It took a full HOUR for the email to get through the gateway and into
    my phone. Plus, I found that it had split my message into three, at
    about 144 characters.

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    into the cell to examine him/her yourself.



  7. #7
    Jeffrey Kaplan
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    Re: what's my phone's email address????

    It is alleged that Jer claimed:

    > 10-digit@txt.att.net = text messages


    Much faster than the one I had! The 'mycingular.com' address took an
    hour, this one took about 2 seconds. The size limitation probably
    still applies, though.

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    stop a minimum of one sword thrust or laser blast, and if it does not
    give at least this much protection, respectfully inquire after
    something better.



  8. #8
    Tinman
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    Re: what's my phone's email address????

    "Jeffrey Kaplan" <nomail@gordol.org> wrote:
    > It is alleged that Jer claimed:
    >
    >> 10-digit@txt.att.net = text messages

    >
    > Much faster than the one I had! The 'mycingular.com' address took an
    > hour, this one took about 2 seconds. The size limitation probably
    > still applies, though.
    >


    I don't know what the limitation is or was, but I just sent myself a
    much-larger-than-SMS email using @.txt.att.net and on my iPhone it was split
    into 8 separate SMS message. These were combined into one on the iPhone
    (matter of fact I only got a single notification too: it just said 8
    messages were received).

    "Think" I like this better than Sprint, where anything past 128 characters
    is truncated (and occasionally large emails are bounced back to sender). I
    quoted think as I don't want to get hit with a huge number of SMS
    messages--I don't have unlimited with at&t (at least not yet).

    Also like that when I send an SMS to a Sprint phone, from my iPhone, if it's
    more than 128 characters (I think that's what the limit is, I didn't
    actually count) they too get split up into multiple messages. I would
    imagine that this feature is done by at&t, not the iPhone.


    --
    Mike





  9. #9
    Jeffrey Kaplan
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    Re: what's my phone's email address????

    It is alleged that Tinman claimed:

    > Also like that when I send an SMS to a Sprint phone, from my iPhone, if it's
    > more than 128 characters (I think that's what the limit is, I didn't
    > actually count) they too get split up into multiple messages. I would
    > imagine that this feature is done by at&t, not the iPhone.


    It is done by the carrier. When the test finally arrived, I got
    multiple alerts in close succession. If it were the phone-side
    software, the message would have been truncated.

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    "Ceremonies of Light And Dark")



  10. #10
    Jer
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    Re: what's my phone's email address????

    Tinman wrote:
    > "Jeffrey Kaplan" <nomail@gordol.org> wrote:
    >> It is alleged that Jer claimed:
    >>
    >>> 10-digit@txt.att.net = text messages

    >> Much faster than the one I had! The 'mycingular.com' address took an
    >> hour, this one took about 2 seconds. The size limitation probably
    >> still applies, though.
    >>

    >
    > I don't know what the limitation is or was, but I just sent myself a
    > much-larger-than-SMS email using @.txt.att.net and on my iPhone it was split
    > into 8 separate SMS message. These were combined into one on the iPhone
    > (matter of fact I only got a single notification too: it just said 8
    > messages were received).



    I just tried this with my friend who uses a Moto V551 (2G) w/3G SIM.
    She rang back and said she received a single message with a single
    alert. When she opened the longish message (893 chars), it showed 1of7,
    2of7, 3of7, etc. all strung together in sequence and quite readable.


    >
    > "Think" I like this better than Sprint, where anything past 128 characters
    > is truncated (and occasionally large emails are bounced back to sender). I
    > quoted think as I don't want to get hit with a huge number of SMS
    > messages--I don't have unlimited with at&t (at least not yet).
    >
    > Also like that when I send an SMS to a Sprint phone, from my iPhone, if it's
    > more than 128 characters (I think that's what the limit is, I didn't
    > actually count) they too get split up into multiple messages. I would
    > imagine that this feature is done by at&t, not the iPhone.
    >
    >



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