MMS and E-mail

Send MMS Picture Messages From Your E-mail and Vise Versa

The Advantage:

With the TXTImpact MMS through e-mail service you can send MMS messages through any email client. That means outlook, lotus notes, Gmail, Yahoo, or even our company email!

You can communicate with clients using mobile messaging.

This includes photos and videos right from your computer while you're archiving the messages or searching the messages (along with your other communication with clients over email).

Who Can Use MMS To E-mail?

Insurance Agents

Mortgage Agents

Realtors

For Example:

An insurance claim adjuster can take pictures of a damaged property and send it as an MMS to the back office for processing.

If the insurance agent needs a client to take pictures of the property and send them back to the office, MMS through email is a great service to complete this task quicker.

All you need to do is set up a virtual phone number or short code where customers can send a text message with pictures from their mobile phone, and we’ll forward all attached pictures (and their text message) to your given e-mail address.

Email to MMS: How It Works

#1

Compose an e-mail with the attachment.

Compose an e-mail using your primary e-mail client with an attachment and format recipient mobile number as “Mobilenumber@text2email.net"

#2

MMS received on phone.

Recipient would receive the e-mail as an MMS message on their phone. You can send Pictures, Videos, vCards, vCals or PDF files.

Send Picture Messages: Using Email For MMS

Sending Picture messages from an email using TXTImpact Email to MMS service is simple, efficient, and reliable.

We simply convert your e-mail messages with attachments into a Picture Message (MMS) and deliver it to recipient mobile phone.

Not only that, but any reply to the MMS Message will be forwarded to you as an e-mail too.

You can send picture messages from any e-mail clients such as Outlook, Lotus Notes, Gmail, Yahoo, or even from an application using any programming language.

Sending a text message from an e-mail may also open an opportunity for developers to send MMS from any application not accessible from the web.

Most of the MMS APIs offered by service providers requires pictures and videos to be hosted on a public web server, but in many circumstances it’s not possible for developers to upload a picture or video on a web server and then call the provider Web APIs to submit request along with uploading the picture's URL to deliver picture messages.

How to Setup The MMS to E-mail Service

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