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  1. #1
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    Forward MMS to server via HTTP POST

    Hi all,

    Is it possible to send a recieved MMS to a server via http post?
    I've solved it with SMS and it works fine, but i really don't know how to solved it for a MMS? For SMS I could use CSmsClientMtm::Body, but how do I solved it for MMS when you have several different attachments?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Forward MMS to server via HTTP POST

    The real questions is that can one access MMS body and all attachments. Once this can be done of course you can send all the info to your HTTP server.

    I'm not aware of any issues that might prevent this from being done.

    Jack

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    Re: Forward MMS to server via HTTP POST

    I have been looking all over the place for that part of the solution you seem to have solved, namely forwarding an SMS to an http call.
    How did you do that? Can you share?
    This person at garethmurfin.co.uk seems to have solved it, but I haven't been able to get in touch with him.
    I'll pay.
    Thanks very much



    Quote Originally Posted by malsj0988 View Post
    Hi all,

    Is it possible to send a recieved MMS to a server via http post?
    I've solved it with SMS and it works fine, but i really don't know how to solved it for a MMS? For SMS I could use CSmsClientMtm::Body, but how do I solved it for MMS when you have several different attachments?

    Thanks!

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