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Old 03-10-2007, 08:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there a way to send a file as mms programatically.. Is there any article available on regarding this post.. If so share it..
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Would you define programatically? What are you needing to do?
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Rose: I believe in India you have to sign up for the berry data plan... sending international mms is a problem... i have tried this
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The problem for me is not the data plan.. I want to create an application that can send mms of any type of files... Just as sending a file as an attachment thro email.. Any suggestion...
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The problem for me is not the data plan.. I want to create an application that can send mms of any type of files... Just as sending a file as an attachment thro email.. Any suggestion...
That sounds like a good idea
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The problem for me is not the data plan.. I want to create an application that can send mms of any type of files... Just as sending a file as an attachment thro email.. Any suggestion...
Rose, thanks for clarifying your need. I still don't know what prgrammatically means as you use it.

However, MMS can not send ANY attachment you desire to make, only those intended and allowed in the MMS menu. I don't know of an app that would facilitate that.

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Rose, thanks for clarifying your need. I still don't know what pro grammatically means you use it.

However, MMS can not send ANY attachment you desire to make, only those intended and allowed in the MMS menu. I don't know of an app that would facilitate that.
it sounds as if they are looking for a third party application that will allow them to send mms messages using their current data plan instead of using their voice/data provider as their text messaging service.
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