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Hi all,

Is it .NET Frame Work support MMS( Multimedia Messaging Service ) ? As I did
research, Open Wave did have a SDK to develop MMS but the language to use
for develop is JAVA base. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Kate
Nov 15 '05 #1
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> Is it .NET Frame Work support MMS( Multimedia Messaging Service ) ? As I
did
research, Open Wave did have a SDK to develop MMS but the language to use
for develop is JAVA base. Any help is greatly appreciated.


There is no direct support for generating MMS messages in the desktop/server
framework.
There is support for MMS on Windows Smartphones.

It should be fairly easy to write your own MMS message pump given the
specification.

Chris

Nov 15 '05 #2

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Thanks You so much Chris, I'm deeply appreciated for your responded. May you
let me know more about Windows Smartphones? or can you lead me to some
website which have more discussion about MMS development with Microsoft
platform? and what's actually MMS message pump you were talking about. Take
care and have a great day...

respectfully,

Kate

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Is it .NET Frame Work support MMS( Multimedia Messaging Service ) ? As I did
research, Open Wave did have a SDK to develop MMS but the language to use for develop is JAVA base. Any help is greatly appreciated.


There is no direct support for generating MMS messages in the

desktop/server framework.
There is support for MMS on Windows Smartphones.

It should be fairly easy to write your own MMS message pump given the
specification.

Chris

Nov 15 '05 #3

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> Thanks You so much Chris, I'm deeply appreciated for your responded. May
you
let me know more about Windows Smartphones?
Sure, take a look at
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobi...e/default.mspx
or can you lead me to some
website which have more discussion about MMS development with Microsoft
platform?
and what's actually MMS message pump you were talking about. Take
care and have a great day...


When I talk of a MMS message pump I'm basically talking of something you
will need to write (or have written) that can generate MMS messages in the
correct format and them push them out to the SMS gateway that you are using.
You may even want to write your own gateway- I'd look at
http://www.kannel.org/ which is a BSD Licensed WAP/SMS Gateway.

MMS is pretty simple really. It's just an SMS that tells the client device
(phone usually) where to get the actual MMS message content from via WAP.
See
http://groups.google.ie/groups?hl=en...bigpond.net.au

So getting ASP.NET to act as a MMSC is probably pretty easy. But I am not
aware of anybody who has fully implemented it yet.
Some have partial solutions e.g. http://composemms.com/

Cheers
Chris
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