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07:28 am: You have received a Media Message
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To reply to this media message you will need to use your own camera phone.
Simply take a picture, or video and send it to the person that sent you this

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Date:September 1st, 2005 07:33 am (UTC)

Not ideal

Not sure this is quite what I was expecting. Still, marginally better than nothing.
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Date:September 1st, 2005 09:13 am (UTC)
This all looks very clever. I have an O2 camera phone. I think I should take some lessons from you at some point. *grin* Especially as I will be walking the streets of London soon and not sure of what my internet connection will be.
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Date:September 1st, 2005 09:27 am (UTC)
In New Zealand, I could use my phone to send ordinary text emails, and I could use those to post to LJ. For the very last one of these, see http://www.livejournal.com/users/ringbark/261594.html which I posted from Auckland Airport.
I'm looking to see whether I can do the same here, and the best I can do so far is what you see here.
To set it up (and I've checked that you do have a paid account)
1. Find out the email address your multimedia posts come from. It will be something like +4477something at mediamessaging.o2.co.uk - you'll need to put this address in at http://www.livejournal.com/manage/emailpost.bml where you also choose a pin number (and 1234 isn't a good choice but a fine example).
Then, from your phone, you'll send a multimedia message to (in your case) suilven+1234@post.livejournal.com and your message will miraculously appear in LJ a short while later if nothing has fallen over. If I find a way to make plain text appear simply, I'll let you know.
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Date:September 1st, 2005 10:45 am (UTC)
Thanks. I will investigate when I get a chance. I knew that you did in NZ and it intrigued me then too!
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