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If you got an MMS, and you can't see the photos. It would say "go to http://www.viewmymessage.com/, type in ID XXX, and password XXX".To view your message, enter the message id & password that were included in your text message.If the URL Viewmymessage.com is not working, you can to use www.viewmymessage.com/1 or www.viewmymessage.com/2 to see your MMS message.
Learn more from http://www.viewmymessage.com/en/legacy/login.jsp

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Google has just released an updated version of Google Mobile App for iPhone, which finally brings push notifications for Gmail and Google Calendar events.

After updating to the new version of the iPhone app and setting up your Google account, you will see an icon badge when you get a new email in Gmail and a popup for Google Calendar event on your iPhone's home screen.

Continue reading "Google Mobile iPhone App Gets Push Notifications For Gmail And Google Calendar" »

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When Facebook released Facebook App for iPhone 3.2 last week to incorporate the new Places feature, quite a few users who had jailbroken their iPhone reported issues with the new version.

Last Friday, Facebook had acknowledged that they were aware of the problem and working on a fix.

Facebook has just released an update for their iPhone app, which should fix the problems.

Continue reading "Facebook 3.2.2 Fixes Login Problems For Jailbroken iPhone Users?" »

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MMS will finally be available to iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS users in a couple of days from now. In preparation for this activation, AT&T today sent out a text message to its customers that they are deactivating the 'View My Message' workaround that let MMS recipients view the message on the 'View My Message' website. 


The message from AT&T reads thus: "AT&T Free Msg: Picture & video messaging (MMS) will be available for iPhone on 9/25. While we prepare your account for MMS capability, the current "view my message" experience will be turned off but your ability to send and receive text messages will not be affected."

For months, iPhone users had been complaining about the lack of MMS capability on their phones. This was despite the fact that the MMS feature was available on the iPhone OS 3.0. The blame was placed squarely on AT&T who had constantly tried to pacify their customers into understanding the reasons behind the delay in the activation of the MMS service. According to AT&T, the delay was primarily because there was a need to calibrate each of the base stations in order to prepare the radio access controllers in their network that would enable their network to handle any amount of load on the network once MMS was available. 

We will not know if the wait was worth it unless the service is actually made available on September 25th. But considering that a lot of iPhone users have already used this hack to enable MMS on iPhone OS 3.1, AT&T should expect their networks to only be as stable (or unstable) as it is currently even post the MMS activation. 

Did you get the text message from AT&T? Have you been waiting for the MMS feature? Let us know in the comments.

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You have probably recieved a text message from AT&T telling you to go to www.viewmymessage.com/1 or www.viewmymessage.com/2 Just type in your AT&T Message Id, password, and email address, and you'll get your image sent as an attachment to your email address within minutes.
If your fetching fails because of AT&T MMS server errors, you can select retry mode.

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Have you ever been frustrated with AT&T's www.viewmymessage.com? Have you ever actually wanted to download the images that your friends have sent you but couldn't because of the lack of true MMS on the iPhone and/or other cellphone? This, plus getting around www.viewmymessage.com/2 and www.viewmymessage.com/1 problematic servers, is what this site is about. Almost half of all requests to AT&T's www.viewymessage.com/1 and www.viewmymessage.com/2's servers fail and by using this site's retry mode, you won't have to manually try accessing AT&T's MMS servers over and over again.' '

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I really hate AT&T sometimes. Not having the iPhone do MMS messages is about the dumbest thing they could have done. Not that MMS messages are something I do everyday, but on occasion it happens. AT&T has this stupid website that you have to go to retrieve your MMS messages called www.viewmymessage.com/1. Then you have to type in some random username and password all to get some picture you probably didn't want in the first place. Not to mention you can't copy and paste crap either, way to go Apple. Copy and Paste, who does that? Now I realize that this is old news to everyone, I just needed to vent for a second. I thought I would share an error that I got when trying to receive a picture from the wonderful www.viewmymessage.com.

The url location is:


The content of the page displays:

Invalid path /1en/en1/en/1en/en/1en/en/1/en/1en/en/1en/en/1en/en/1en/en/1/en/1en/en/1en/en/1en/en/1en/en/1n/en/1en/en/1en/en/1en/en/1en/en/1en/en/1en/en/1en/en/2en/en/2en/en/webnonsubscriber/actualviewmessage was requested

Nice directory structure, is that some attempt at obfuscation? This site sucks so bad, who knows what the intent of having a structure like this is. This is the first error I have seen from this page. I have had it just not work, but never give back any errors. I know other people have had errors on this site, so I am adding to the stack. For people who may stumble across this post, it isn't an Apple issue, well maybe indirectly due to the fact the iPhone doesn't support MMS. This is an AT&T site, so the error belongs to them. Anyway, just wanted to share something stupid for the day.