Email someone a SMS text message
If you ever need to text someone on their phone and you’re at a computer you can actually send one through your email account. Just send an email to their address below based on their phone service:
Virgin Mobile: email@example.com
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11 thoughts on “Email someone a SMS text message”
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it’s great opportunity. to send Funny Sms or any kind sms from computer.thank you for help
good idea to send love related sms jokes from computer …keep it up
i want to send an sms
oh..i didn't know that 🙂
that is amazing information for mobile users
thanks alot for the tip
great thing for my mobile , really helpful tips 🙂
I have Verizon. Someone sent me a text message i need on paper for legal reasons. I try to forward it a text to my yahoo ID and it comes up encrypted. i can not email it either.What do I do? thanks
Does anyone know if chat/messages come through to iphone as text messages? also does anyone have problem using chat with iphone i.e always saying offline?
There’s a lot of websites that work on the same principle. Example: http://www.textsendr.com
No need to memorize email addresses, I just use a website to do it for me.