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If you are using a cellular iPad mini and you are using WiFi turn off WiFi and your mobile network will allow you to send pictures its classed as sending an MMS message if it still won't work you need to get the MMS settings from your network (Vodafone, o2 etc) or if you have a WiFi only iPad then you can't use Imessage to send pictures as it won't work over WiFi but messaging will
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Yes you will need to check with your provider if you have MMS available if not ask them to send you the settings or turn it on for you.
Once you have recieved the settings save them to your phone,turn your phone off then on and send a pic to yourself as this will then activate the settings between your phone and the provider