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Do all text messages work like this?
For example, when I receive a txt message in my cell phone from the same
company that provides my service, are they sending it via an email?
"JR" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> You can only send a txt message to a cell phone through
> the respective cellular operator. The easiest way is the
> find out of the operator supports SMS through email. T-
> mobile (USA) does this. You can send an email to [mobile-
> number]@tmomail.net and the subject line will appear as
> txt message on the phone.
> You can send these messages to any phone regardless where
> it is located, as long as it is logged onto a cellular
> >-----Original Message-----
> >Is it possible to write a Windows application that will
> send a short
> >text-only message to a cell phone, either by using the
> receiver's phone
> >number (ie. sendMessage("Hello", phoneNum) ) or by
> sending it to any cell
> >phone within a radius of the PC running the application?
> >Any info is appreciated.