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Text message signatures are the post scripts at the end of text messages. Some people use text message signatures to provide an unrelated, off-top status update to the recipients of their text messages. Other people use text message signatures to attach a favorite quote with every outgoing message. If you own Pantech's Link handset, you use the device's messaging templates to attach a signature to your text messages.
Press the right "-" button to access the Link's menu. Use the handset's directional pad to navigate to "Messaging" option in the menu. Press the center of the directional pad, the "OK" button, to select the "Messaging" option.
Select the "Templates" option from the "Messaging" menu, using the directional keypad. Select "Options" from the "Templates" menu, using the left "-" button and then select "Add New."
Key in your text message signature using the Link's QWERTY keypad. Select "Options" with the left "-" and then select "Save" from the "Options" menu.
Press the red "End" button to exit the "Templates" menu. Press the right "-" button to return to the Link's main menu. Select the "Messaging" option from the menu.
Select the "Create Message" option in the "Messaging" menu. Compose your message with the Link's QWERTY keypad.
Select the "Insert" option before sending your text message. Select the "Templates" from the "Insert" menu. Select your text signature from the list of available templates and then select the "Send" option to transmit your text message.
There isnt an exact way to add a signature at the end of the txt. In order to do so, you have to create a template with your signature, then insert the template at the end of your txt. However, know that it will count towards the 160 character limit. Instruction from the user manual (pg 38-39) below. Hope it helps!
Message templates When you often use the same phrases, you can save the message under template messages. Adding the message as a template
Press Menu > Messaging > Templates.
Press Options > Add New.
Write the frequently used message > Options > Save.
Sending a message with template
Press Menu > Messaging > Templates.
Select the message to send.
Edit the message > Options > Send.
note: You can add a template while writing message. Write a message > Options > Add Template. Choose Text or Multimedia and select the message to add.
You should be able to send a text message with the picture attached to an email address.
to send a multimedia message/text message w. picture attached: -find the actual picture you want to send on your phone and select it -then hit your "menu" or "options" button, which should give you an option to send/share the picture -select text message or multimedia message (MMS) -in the "to" line for the text message, enter the email address you'd like to send it to -hit "send"
Yes, it is actually called a signature. Go to your message settings and you should see signature option, select that and then add the text you want to be on your messages. But make sure that your signature is turned ON in your message settings. Hope this helps!
you must select the option new text message to write and send text message...here u have selected the multimedia message sending option...for sending multimedia messages,u must have the settings from the service provider..u can obtain it from the service provider by contacting their customer care..
Unfortunatly there is no EASY way to fix this Problem. The only thing that you can do really is to Upgrade your Cellular Package and Add Multimedia Unlimited-This should help with this Situation though!
Dear MissyT, there is an option in your handset under text settings. There you can go into signature, edit it and write your signature and then send the message. I hope you'll be able to attach your signature with it.
The phone allocates a certain amount of storage for messages on a whole. Even though there may still show space available for text messages, you have hit an invisible "limit" and the phone is now defaulting to MMS messages because there is "room" there. Delete a fair amount of messages and you should be able to start sending regular text's again.