How to E-Mail a Picture to a Cell Phone

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To e-mail a picture from a computer to a cell phone, compose the e-mail, attach the picture, find out the e-mail address connected with the phone, and send the e-mail. Contact the wireless carrier to find out a cell phone e-mail address with help from a cell phone salesman in this free video on cellular phones.

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Hi, I'm Ben from the Cellphone Broker in San Jose, California. Today, I'm going to show you how to send picture emails to your cell phone from your computer. First thing you're going to do is open up your Web browser, log in to your email account. And type in your email address. Once you do that, go to compose message and then on your phone has a proprietary email address to that cell phone. Mine is sprint.blackberry.net. So from there, attach a subject, attach a file, so browse through your computer, pick one on the desktop, open, type a little message: "Here is your picture." Hit send. And it'll attach that picture to your email. And it'll send it right now. So it's showing up that I've got two new messages, so what I'm going to do is I'm going to go into my messages and there it is -- picture from me. Here is your picture. I'm going to hit one attachment, open attachment. And there's that picture that I just sent from my computer to my cell phone. To find out what your cell phone email address is, contact your wireless carrier or log onto your online account page where you can pay your bill. When you log onto your account page, there's usually an option to view the phone number. And under that, it'll have the phone...the phone number's email address attached to that. Or if you contact your wireless carrier directly, they will tell you what that email address is and then you can use it to send pictures wirelessly from your computer to your cell phone.

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