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Having had Nokia software I'm used to writing an SMS on my laptop and then sending via bluetooth/IR. Does anybody know how to do this using an MPX 220 and the activesync software?
I don't think it is possible to do it like the Nokia phones as they run on two completly different operating systems. But you can find websites and send text messages for free from the website. I know you can do it with Cingular/AT&T at
You can purchase software such as Jeyo Companion to send and receive from a Windows PC( or SMS Cool (will put * This is sent by SMS Cool Demo! * on the bottom of your messages until you pay for the program - otherwise you can use it for free. Free - except for mobile provider fees for sending and receiving SMS text messages of course - which I'd think you'd still have to pay for using Jeyo too. I haven't used it so I don't know that for certain.

You can also send to any mobile device from here:

Like Gino mentioned, you can do it from Cingular's site, but I think you have to be either the Cingular customer or your intended recipient must be Cingular's customer. For sure on T-Mobile's site you have to be the subscriber. It's in the "my T-Mobile" section so you can't access it unless you're their paying customer. Yahoo's is for all providers and is accessible to everyone all from one place.
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