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  1. #1
    John Salerno
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    i'm a little unclear about how to send pictures you take on your phone, if
    you want to email it to someone....i know that from the review/share folder
    you can send pictures to other PCS phones with vision, but can you email a
    picture from this folder, or must you first upload it to your picture mail
    account and then email it from there?

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  2. #2
    Bob Smith
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    Re: sending pictures on the phone


    "John Salerno" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > i'm a little unclear about how to send pictures you take on your phone, if
    > you want to email it to someone....i know that from the review/share

    folder
    > you can send pictures to other PCS phones with vision, but can you email a
    > picture from this folder, or must you first upload it to your picture mail
    > account and then email it from there?


    John, you can email it directly to someone's email. When I take a picture of
    someone to show them the feature, I go into options, share phone book and
    send it to their email address. If I don't have their email address in my
    phone, I put that in, or create a whole new entry if that person isn't in my
    phone book, and send it off.

    A copy of that picture is sent to the picture vault.

    Actually to add to this, the picture does not directly go to the email
    address. A link is sent to the email address informing the person to click
    on a link, which goes to the picture in the picture vault. It's pretty quick
    too.

    A month or so ago, I bumped into a friend at a local watering hole following
    the Panthers game. He went to the game as well, and got his face painted
    with some Panther logos. I took the pic, sent it to his parent's email
    address, and within 5 minutes, they called their son saying how great he
    looked.

    Bob





  3. #3
    MRK
    Guest

    Re: sending pictures on the phone

    "Bob Smith" <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    >
    > "John Salerno" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> i'm a little unclear about how to send pictures you take on your
    >> phone, if you want to email it to someone....i know that from the
    >> review/share

    > folder
    >> you can send pictures to other PCS phones with vision, but can you
    >> email a picture from this folder, or must you first upload it to your
    >> picture mail account and then email it from there?

    >
    > John, you can email it directly to someone's email. When I take a
    > picture of someone to show them the feature, I go into options, share
    > phone book and send it to their email address. If I don't have their
    > email address in my phone, I put that in, or create a whole new entry
    > if that person isn't in my phone book, and send it off.
    >
    > A copy of that picture is sent to the picture vault.
    >
    > Actually to add to this, the picture does not directly go to the email
    > address. A link is sent to the email address informing the person to
    > click on a link, which goes to the picture in the picture vault. It's
    > pretty quick too.
    >
    > A month or so ago, I bumped into a friend at a local watering hole
    > following the Panthers game. He went to the game as well, and got his
    > face painted with some Panther logos. I took the pic, sent it to his
    > parent's email address, and within 5 minutes, they called their son
    > saying how great he looked.
    >
    > Bob
    >

    Do you have to have Vision to do this? Or can you do it with an
    additional charge



  4. #4
    Jammy
    Guest

    Re: sending pictures on the phone

    "MRK" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Do you have to have Vision to do this? Or can you do it with an
    > additional charge



    You have to have Vision.

    Jammy





  5. #5
    John Salerno
    Guest

    Re: sending pictures on the phone

    > John, you can email it directly to someone's email. When I take a picture
    of
    > someone to show them the feature, I go into options, share phone book and
    > send it to their email address. If I don't have their email address in my
    > phone, I put that in, or create a whole new entry if that person isn't in

    my
    > phone book, and send it off.


    this is where i'm stuck...i'll try it again in a minute to be sure, but when
    i try to send a picture from the review/share folder (sanyo, btw), i never
    see an option to choose anything other than a general phonebook entry, so i
    take this to mean that it will attempt to send the picture to that person's
    phone number (assuming they are pcs customers)...i don't know how to choose
    an email address when i send it...





  6. #6
    Jammy
    Guest

    Re: sending pictures on the phone

    "John Salerno" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > this is where i'm stuck...i'll try it again in a minute to be sure, but

    when
    > i try to send a picture from the review/share folder (sanyo, btw), i never
    > see an option to choose anything other than a general phonebook entry, so

    i
    > take this to mean that it will attempt to send the picture to that

    person's
    > phone number (assuming they are pcs customers)...i don't know how to

    choose
    > an email address when i send it...



    John you must make new entry's with a username and then only an email
    address! I was confused about the sending also my first month with my Sanyo
    8100, because it would not access all of the entry's that I had under a
    user, only the first entry is used, so make that first entry an email
    address. That is how I emailed myself pictures that I took with my Sanyo

    BTW >>> don't forget that your pictures can also be uploaded to
    http://pictures.sprintpcs.com/ (you must first make a username and password
    to use this so-called "picture vault". Also if you email yourself pictures
    you have taken when they arrive you can go to a page where you can fully
    manipulate the picture for saving on your computer.

    Jammy





  7. #7
    John Salerno
    Guest

    Re: sending pictures on the phone

    and while we're on the subject, is there a way to send pictures from my PC
    to my phone without some kind of cable? just my emailing them or something
    like that?



    "John Salerno" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > i'm a little unclear about how to send pictures you take on your phone, if
    > you want to email it to someone....i know that from the review/share

    folder
    > you can send pictures to other PCS phones with vision, but can you email a
    > picture from this folder, or must you first upload it to your picture mail
    > account and then email it from there?
    >
    > --
    >
    >
    >
    > ---
    > John Salerno
    >
    >






  8. #8
    John Salerno
    Guest

    Re: sending pictures on the phone

    hi...since you have an 8100, i just have to ask...did you have the white
    noise on your phone when on a call? i've asked this about a million times,
    but i just want to see what everyone says...some say they hear it, others
    don't, so i find it odd...

    thanks....

    "Jammy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "John Salerno" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > this is where i'm stuck...i'll try it again in a minute to be sure, but

    > when
    > > i try to send a picture from the review/share folder (sanyo, btw), i

    never
    > > see an option to choose anything other than a general phonebook entry,

    so
    > i
    > > take this to mean that it will attempt to send the picture to that

    > person's
    > > phone number (assuming they are pcs customers)...i don't know how to

    > choose
    > > an email address when i send it...

    >
    >
    > John you must make new entry's with a username and then only an email
    > address! I was confused about the sending also my first month with my

    Sanyo
    > 8100, because it would not access all of the entry's that I had under a
    > user, only the first entry is used, so make that first entry an email
    > address. That is how I emailed myself pictures that I took with my Sanyo
    >
    > BTW >>> don't forget that your pictures can also be uploaded to
    > http://pictures.sprintpcs.com/ (you must first make a username and

    password
    > to use this so-called "picture vault". Also if you email yourself

    pictures
    > you have taken when they arrive you can go to a page where you can fully
    > manipulate the picture for saving on your computer.
    >
    > Jammy
    >
    >






  9. #9
    Jammy
    Guest

    Re: sending pictures on the phone

    "John Salerno" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > hi...since you have an 8100, i just have to ask...did you have the white
    > noise on your phone when on a call? i've asked this about a million times,
    > but i just want to see what everyone says...some say they hear it, others
    > don't, so i find it odd...


    No white noise on my end here.

    Jammy





  10. #10
    Jammy
    Guest

    Re: sending pictures on the phone

    "John Salerno" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > and while we're on the subject, is there a way to send pictures from my PC
    > to my phone without some kind of cable? just my emailing them or something
    > like that?


    Yes, upload your pics to www.3gupload.com and then download them to your
    phone.

    Jammy





  11. #11
    Bob Smith
    Guest

    Re: sending pictures on the phone


    "John Salerno" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > > John, you can email it directly to someone's email. When I take a

    picture
    > of
    > > someone to show them the feature, I go into options, share phone book

    and
    > > send it to their email address. If I don't have their email address in

    my
    > > phone, I put that in, or create a whole new entry if that person isn't

    in
    > my
    > > phone book, and send it off.

    >
    > this is where i'm stuck...i'll try it again in a minute to be sure, but

    when
    > i try to send a picture from the review/share folder (sanyo, btw), i never
    > see an option to choose anything other than a general phonebook entry, so

    i
    > take this to mean that it will attempt to send the picture to that

    person's
    > phone number (assuming they are pcs customers)...i don't know how to

    choose
    > an email address when i send it...


    You need to have the person's email address in your phonebook. On my 5300,
    when I take the picture and go into Options (Top right softkey), and do
    Share Ph.book, the next screen asks whether to send it by Email or Mobile. I
    select email, the address book comes up and I select the right entry.

    If I don't have that person I want to send it the picture to in my address
    book, then when clicking email, the address book comes up and I select new
    entry, and create a new entry, including their name and the email address.

    Bob






  12. #12
    Bob Smith
    Guest

    Re: sending pictures on the phone


    "John Salerno" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > and while we're on the subject, is there a way to send pictures from my PC
    > to my phone without some kind of cable? just my emailing them or something
    > like that?


    Yes there is, via 3gupload.com or the other providers.

    Bob





  13. #13
    Lawrence G. Mayka
    Guest

    Re: sending pictures on the phone

    "Jammy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > John you must make new entry's with a username and then only an email
    > address! I was confused about the sending also my first month with my

    Sanyo
    > 8100, because it would not access all of the entry's that I had under a
    > user, only the first entry is used, so make that first entry an email
    > address. That is how I emailed myself pictures that I took with my Sanyo


    I think that on the 8100, you can use the email address instead of the phone
    number in this situation (for a given Phone Book entry) by hitting the
    right-arrow key.





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