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    Including URLs

    I am developing an application that submits MMS messages via the VAS interface and need to include a URL in the message.

    What content type do I need to use to identify the text as a URL?

    How is the URL associated with a browser on the MMS Client? Is it possible to get the MMS Client (on 7650) to pass the URL to my own application?

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    RE: Including URLs

    Hello!

    You can include your WAP URL to the body text, there no need for any special content type. MMS client in Nokia 7650 and Nokia 3650 will show the URL text as link.

    When user selects the link WAP browser will be launched automaticly. Naturally you can create an application to Symbian that will poll the messages in the Inbox and see if any includes an URL.

    Teemu / Forum Nokia

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    link in mms body

    Hello
    I am trying to bild an application who is able to send and receive MMS.I saw your message and I would like to ask you if you could insert a link in the mms body (not un URL, a link to un url.) and if you did, can you tel me how you did it.
    I am waiting for your answer.

    Thank you.
    Nicoleta

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    hi

    Can you be a little more specific on what you mean by "insert a link in the mms body (not un URL, a link to un url)"?
    In what part of the body would you like to insert the link?
    If not in URL form, what would you use as a link?

    ~quyen / Forum Nokia

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    link in mms body

    I want to insert the link in the text part of the mms body.
    For exemple my text is "Click _here_ for more details" and "here" is a link to un URL but I don't want to show "http://wap.urladdress"
    Thank you.
    Nicoleta

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    Sorry, not really possible right now in current terminals.

    -paul / ForumNokia

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