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    Registered User Donnie777's Avatar
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    Microsoft Outlook SMS Add-n

    I discovered the Microsoft Office Add-in for Outlook SMS (MOSA). It requires that you add your mobile phone as a modem. Is this what is referred to as "Tethering" and is it possible to establish the i760 as a modem on the PC in order to send SMS using Outlook? Thanks for any input on this - the information is scanty at best on the add-in and I have been trying to muddle my way through unsuccessfully for the better part of 4 hours.

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    No this is different. The Outlook sms add-on is a way to send text messages from outlook in similar way you would send email. I don't know about using your phone as a modem. I signed up through the microsoftoffice.com site and when I send texts from outlook it uses a random number and sends the text through their sms-link server.
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    Do you have Outlook 2003 or 2007. If you have 2003, would you mind giving me some detail as to how you got it to work. I downloaded and installed the add-in but I get a message saying my phone isn't recognized. After looking around the web for better instructions, I saw some information that said my phone needed to be the modem for Outlook to use to send the message???

    Thanks in advance for any help.

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    I really liked this service but disabled it because no one I knew had knowledge of it. Microsoft always has good features for their flagship proggies under the radar they should push out the door more sometimes.
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    Does MOSA work with Verizon / i760?

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