Thread: "Always On" e-mail?
03-13-2003, 07:59 AM #21
- Join Date
- Mar 2003
I found a solution I like much better. I set up an automatic forward for the POP account I used with my W. It automatically sends an SMS to my W every time I get an email. I immediately know I got a message and a little bit of the message, and I don't use any data time to find out. If I want to read all of it, I can go download it with VersaMail.
If you have AT&T voice then all you need to do is use email@example.com (insert your phone number for the numbers there) as a forwarding address for the message. Make sure you keep the full message somewhere else, though, because you can only get 110 or so characters in SMS. AT&T seems to truncate longer emails instead of breaking them up, which is good if you want to just get a single notification for each one.
03-13-2003, 09:53 PM #22
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- Jan 2002
Great!!! Hope this feature is supported by our local mobile operator here in the Philippines.
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