Email

sending sms, mms, txt messages to phones with email

Most, if not all mobile carries have “SMS Gateways” that an take in an email messages and deliver them to their customer as text messages. This works also with mms messages.

That seems simple doesn’t it!  It is, if you know the carrier the recipient’s phone is on, along with their phone number.  Below are a few I have found:

AT&T Wireless (Formerly Cingular): number@mms.att.net
AT&T Wireless (Formerly Cingular): number@txt.att.net

Sprint (PCS): number@messaging.sprintpcs.com
Sprint (Nextel): number@page.nextel.com

Verizon: number@vtext.com
Verizon: number@vzwpix.com

I’ve found a larger List of SMS Gateways.  This may be more up to date and consisting of a larger number of phone carriers.

– jermal

 

Exchange 2010 – 1 Week to production

For several weeks / days I have been actively working on migrating our internal Exchange 2007 infrastructure to Exchange 2010.  In my lab setup I can say that Exchange 2010 is an awesome continuation in Microsoft flagship email product..

I will be documenting several of the things I’ve discovered about the process  and share with you all.  So please stop back or subscribe to my RSS for updates.

Use the Exchange Management Shell to determine the GUID of the database

Run the following command to determine the GUID of the mailbox database that you want to configure. The sample returns the GUID of the mailbox database BOX1 on server myExchange.

Get-MailboxDatabase -Identity “myExchangeBOX1” | Format-List GUID

Run the following command to determine the GUID of the public folder database that you want to configure. The sample returns the GUID of the public folder database PF1 on server myExchange.

Get-PublicFolderDatabase -Identity “myExchangePF1” | Format-List GUID