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The BlackBerry device user is unable to send photos taken with the BlackBerry device camera in Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) messages, because the photos taken by the BlackBerry device camera may be too large to send in MMS messages.
Reduce the size or quality of the photo and resend.
To access the size and quality options for the BlackBerry device camera, complete the following steps:
Open the Camera application.
Click the menu button.
Change the Picture Size and Picture Quality settings as required.
Click the menu button and select Save.
And try to send the photo in an email message instead of in an MMS message.
Is it a blackberry? If so, picture messages won't work. It's a shortcoming on the blackberry device, but you can still email photos to other people, and anyone wanting to send you photo messages can put your email address in the recipient line and it will not charge more than a conventional message. You'll have to check with providers on sending photos to phones, however. It is often as simple as the (10 digit number)@serviceproviderdomain.com
You should be able to just send it as a message and instead of the phone number you put the email address you want to send it to. If you still have trouble please elaborate a little on what the problem is. Thank you let us know if we can help some more.
Do u have a text message plan? Do you have the internet turned off? Either of these would prevent you from sending a MMS (multi-media message) to an email address. That should be the first thing I would check. (Call ATT and ask if the internet is turned on).
then it should be as simple as texting: yourname@serviceprovider in the to slot to send...
if you bluetooth it its free
to send it as a message it's not
when sending a pic it must be sent as an mms
so follow the same procedure as sending a txt but select mms instead.
then insert or add pic to the message and send to your email address.
if this is not working you may need to contact your provider to activate mms on your service.
AGAIN Bluetooth is easier