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    mms_send()

    Looking through the 1.4.2 documentation, I see that sms_send() has a parameter for callback (to test if the message was sent, etc.) But mms_send() does not seem to have it.
    Why?

    Also, is there any way to send a multipart message (.wav file AND also a .jpg?)

    Finally, I was looking through the source modules to see if there was a hidden option in mms_send(), but I am a newbie and all I find in the nokia opensources is the C++ extension libraries, but there seems to be also somewhere Python wrappers that are imported. (I did not see them in the SDK). Where can I find the actually python import libraries so that I can understand better what they are doing?
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    Re: mms_send()

    hi DrYSG
    plz check this for more details of sending the mms.
    hope this will help you.
    best regards

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    Re: mms_send()

    I looked at your examples. And I am doing pretty much exactly what you illustrate. (and my example also works).

    What I was asking in my note was

    1) is there a cb (callback parameter) and why not, SMS has one.
    2) background sending of mms messages
    3) multipart mms messages (one can do it from the native mms function but I don't see how to do it programatically
    4) where is the python extension for messaging, audio, etc.

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    Re: mms_send()

    hi DrYSG again
    i think there is no call back to mms_send(). if you want to do that you can change the source of the messaging module. I am also searching for the code.
    Moreover one more option is of writing an extension bit tough option.

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    Re: mms_send()

    If you are referring to the Python modules that are imported by "import...", those are in C:\RESOURCE (I have Python on phone memory, but I think the same location is used if you have it on memory card)

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    Re: mms_send()

    I am assuming that multipart MMS messages (voice, multiple picture files, etc) is also not something directly supported by the python api.

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    Re: mms_send()

    Perhaps it would be a good idea to ask here: http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...d.php?p=407536

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    Re: mms_send()

    I uninstalled python from my n95, and re-installed it on the "memory card" so that I could look at the C:\Resource python files.

    But I do not see anything there.

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    Re: mms_send()

    Nor do I see it on the E Drive

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    Re: mms_send()

    hi bogdan
    i was also not able to find the source code of modules there.

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    Re: mms_send()

    Quote Originally Posted by DrYSG View Post
    I uninstalled python from my n95, and re-installed it on the "memory card" so that I could look at the C:\Resource python files.

    But I do not see anything there.
    Quote Originally Posted by DrYSG View Post
    Nor do I see it on the E Drive
    Quote Originally Posted by gaba88 View Post
    hi bogdan
    i was also not able to find the source code of modules there.
    Bogdan is right, we can find the standard module files in C://Resource folder, if Python is installed on the phone memory.

    And here attached is a screenshot from my N95 to show that

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