How To Email Text Messages From Iphone

how to email text messages from iphone

Many of the apps on your iPhone can communicate with one another, though the process of doing so may not be immediately apparent. For example, if you want to use the Message app to send a text message to an email account, you might be wondering how to email a text message on your iPhone without using the Message app.

If you want to share information with other people, your iPhone has a variety of features that will help you do so. Whether you want to make a phone call, send a text message, write an email, or make a video call, you can accomplish all of these tasks with relative ease on the device.

In contrast, when transferring information from one medium to another, such as sending a text message in an email, the method to use is not always readily apparent. Text messages can be sent as emails on your iPhone, thanks to a variety of options available to you.


Sending An Email As An SMS

Step 1:

 Compose your email message using the email client of your choice (if you have one). You can write it on your smartphone or on your computer, whichever you prefer.

Step 2:

 Instead of typing in an email address in the recipient box, type in the 10-digit phone number of the person you’re attempting to contact instead.

Step 3:

 After the phone number has been entered, add the appropriate “@gateway” address. Listed below is a list of some of the most popular service providers in the United States, along with the gateway addresses that correspond to each service provider.

If you are sending an email that is longer than 160 characters, keep in mind that it will most likely be sent through the Multimedia Message Service (MMS) (MMS). It is possible that the person you are messaging will not receive the message if they do not have a messaging plan that includes Multimedia Messaging, or that they will be charged an additional fee if they do open the message. Some carriers also provide email to MMS gateways, which are listed in the table above; therefore, if you need to send a message that is longer than 160 characters, consider using an MMS gateway rather than an SMS gateway instead.


Another point to keep in mind is that some mobile service providers do not operate their own mobile networks. Mobile virtual network operators are represented by the names Boost, Cricket Wireless, Republic Wireless, Straight Talk, Ting, and Tracfone in the preceding list (MVNO). This means that, depending on where you are in the United States, they will piggyback on the cell towers of other operators. As a result, you may occasionally be required to enter a gateway address belonging to one of the following carriers: Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, or AT&T, rather than one from the above list.

You can send texts from Gmail with the help of a Chrome extension that has been created specifically for this purpose. If you use Gmail and send a significant number of emails as text messages, this small extension is a worthwhile — and free — addition to your toolbox.

You can download the extension, which is titled Send Your Email to SMS (text), by visiting this link if you are currently using the Chrome browser. Simply adding a small phone icon to your Gmail email window is all that it achieves. By typing the email you want to send and then clicking the phone icon, it will bring up your list of Gmail contacts, where you can search for the person you want to text by typing their first and last names. You also have the option of adding a new phone number by simply typing it into the box provided.

This feature will automatically format your email so that it can be sent as a text message. The responses will be delivered to your Gmail inbox, and you can respond in order to continue a conversation with a mobile user. If you don’t use Gmail, this extension isn’t very useful, but for regular users who have a large number of contacts in Gmail, this extension makes email-to-text conversion much easier and more efficient — and you don’t have to worry about carrier codes. Using the app, you can also reverse the process and receive text alerts for important emails that you receive in Gmail, which can be useful if you are on the go and need to keep track of a particular email conversation.

It’s worth mentioning that Gmail and Google Calendar are both integrated with the If-Then That (IFTTT) smart device management system. That means, for example, that you can set up IFTTT to schedule a text message using Google Voice. You can typically save time by using IFTTT rather than going through the entire process via email.


Using An IOS Device To Forwarding Texts

Individual messages can be forwarded to an email address using your iPhone in an equally straightforward manner. Select the text you want to forward from your iMessages by going to your iMessages. Keep pressing and holding the message until the options menu appears on the screen. More information can be found by clicking here. Each text or component of a message is selected by tapping the circle next to it and then clicking on the forward button. Enter the email address to which you want to send the message and then click the arrow once it turns green to send the message.

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