A follow up to my instructable Email on a non-internet phone https://www.instructables.com/id/Email-on-non-internet-phone/
I have a prpaid Net-10 Nokia 1600, which is a very basic phone that can text and call people, and not much else. I could use it to recieve emails sent to my gmail account, but I couuldn't reply, but with a bit of googling and some inspiration from Popular Science I discovered this.

Step 1: Send the Message

On your phone, create a new message.
It should look someting like:

blankityblank@emailaddress.com (space) type your message here.

Except that the email address and message will be different and you don't spell out space.

and send it to 33715 (teleflip)

It should show up in your email within a few seconds.
Unfortunately, teleflip went out of business in Aug 2008.
I know :(
So does this not work anymore?
this is a great and nifty idea. Too bad im in Australia and not in the US. Is there any Australian equivalent that you know of??
Some phones, under their 'SMS', or texting menu, if you select 'New Address', or your phone's equivalent, set the recipient as e-mail, and send a normal text like that. Differences in usage: Text to phone: ~160 characters Text to email: ~135 characters. I first discovered this on my Nokia about a year ago.
Thanks! I have this feature on my nokia, but it is not set up right, so it doesn't work
I'm not sure, but there should be. I'll search for it.
i liked the little linuxhaxor note on finnal pic +1
Thanks, hope it useful for you

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