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Phone is unable to send photos as message to email.

Everytime I try to send a photo as a message to my email, it is never able to send. I have to do this because I have no clue how to use Bluetooth, but that is besides the point. I can never send a photo...ever!
It's not because of the signal, and I do have texting, and I know the size isn't too big... it just won't send!! Please help! I want photos for my myspace because my dad has my camera :)

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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

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