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Mary Kaye Snyder Posted on Jul 12, 2007

Text message attachment

I am not technology savvy, so I'm sure there is a simple solution to my question....how do you attach a photo from your saved photos to a text message??? Thanks for your help :)

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I iphone does not support picture messaging (mms messages) you have to email the photo to your friends phone. have them email you to your regular address to obtain their cell phone email.

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