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Old 05-04-2005, 03:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I used to message my fiance all the time at [email address], however I cannot send messages there anymore. I have tried sending them to the same number @cingularme.com and it will not work either. Has anyone else faced this problem? If so can you tell me how you got around it?

I am avoiding doing a straight SMS, because correct me if im wrong, but wont i get billed for SMS messages?

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I am still on the AT&T Network and not to long ago we received a message saying that the [email address] has changed to some other addres. I can't remember what it is but I am looking to find out for you. I will let you know as soon as I find it.
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thanks a lot i appreciate the research
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OK, I had to call AT&T back because I could not remember what it was. They told me it was [email address]. I tested it and it worked fine. Enjoy!
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Also, with everything converting to cingular, the address has changed too

[email address].

That worked for me when my ATT phone was converted from ATT to Cingular.

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