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Умри, но не сейчас (2002) #reviews, #showtimes, #dvds, #photos, #message #boards, #user #ratings, #synopsis,

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Storyline

Pierce Brosnan gives one last mission as James Bond. Starting off in North Korea, Bond is betrayed and captured. 14 months later, Bond is set free, but traded for Zao who was captured by MI6. When back in his world, Bond sets off to track down Zao. Bond gets caught up in yet another scheme which sends him to millionaire Gustav Graves. Another MI6 agent known as Miranda Frost is also posing as a friend of Graves. Bond is invited to a presentation held by Graves about a satellite found in space which can project a huge laser beam. Bond must stop this madman with a fellow American agent, known as Jinx. Whilst Bond tries to stop Graves and Zao, will he finally reveal who betrayed him? Written by simon

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Bond. James Bond [Advance teaser poster] See more

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA )

Rated PG-13 for action violence and sexuality | See all certifications

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Release Date:

12 December 2002 (Russia) See more

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Box Office

Budget:

$142 000 000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

9 122 344 (UK) (22 November 2002)

Gross:

$160 201 106 (USA) (7 February 2003)

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Trivia

It has been suggested that Richard Branson was the inspiration for Gustav Graves. See more

Goofs

The Bridge of No Return is 2 kilometers inside the DMZ straddling the Military Demarcation Line. The fence line in that area is more than 2 kilometers away. There are no Do Not Enter DMZ signs in that area as civilians would be prevented from going there by the civilian control line. See more

Quotes

[ first lines ]
Mr. Van Bierk. [ stepping out of helicopter ] Look, what is this? I’m supposed to.
[ Bond puts a gun to Mr. Van Bierk’s head and takes his sunglasses ]
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Crazy Credits

The opening credits play over scenes directly related to the plot of the film (in this case, the torture of 007). This is a first for a Bond film. Also, footage from this sequence later appears as a brief flashback – something only seen in the series twice before (OHMSS and Moonraker). See more

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Игра в прятки (2005) #reviews, #showtimes, #dvds, #photos, #message #boards, #user #ratings, #synopsis, #trailers,

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Игра в прятки (2005 )

Top Notch Acting In A Good Suspense-Mystery.

Hide and Seek is one of the best horror films I ve seen in awhile. It is about a psychologist, David Callaway (Robert DeNiro) whose wife commits suicide, and he decides to move to upstate New York with his daughter, Emily (Dakota Fanning), whose personality has severely changed after her mother s death. A family friend/psychologist/co-worker of David, Katherine (Famke Janssen) disagrees with David s decision to move, and thinks that Emily should stay where she is. Then after David and Emily move into their new house, David meets Elizabeth (Elisabeth Shue), who becomes a friend to David and Emily. Then strange things begin to happen – Emily discovers a new imaginary friend, Charlie. And then people start to die.

Robert DeNiro and Dakota Fanning are both brilliant, their performances were extremely real and convincing. Dakota is quite talented for her age, and DeNiro gives another great performance like he always does. Famke Janssen ( Don t Say A Word and House on Haunted Hill ) also does great, and Elisabeth Shue ( The Karate Kid ) is also very good. In fact, the whole cast was great. The whole film was really suspenseful, and it tricks you a lot. The atmosphere was heavy, I loved the whole feeling of the secluded upstate New York small-town, and the large house David and Emily move into.

I liked this movie because it was more psychological rather than chop and slash gore that most horror films use to scare people. Hide and Seek has a good, solid story behind it, which is why it is such a good horror film, and the acting is top notch on top of it all. I don t understand everyone s problem with this movie, it was actually quite good. Sure, the ending is a little clich , but the rest of the movie was good enough on it s own. 8/10.

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4 Ways to Answer the Phone Politely #phone #answering #message

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How to Answer the Phone Politely

Keep it professional. When you’re answering the phone at your office, you don’t always know who’s on the other end of the conversation. It could be your boss, a customer, one of your colleagues, or even a wrong number. Answering the phone professionally will start whatever conversation you are about to have get off on the right foot.

  • Even if you have caller ID, it could be your boss calling from a colleague’s phone! Answering the phone with “Yeah, what?” will give people an impression of you that you don’t want them to have.

Focus on the conversation. Stop whatever you might be doing and take a brief moment to prepare. Wear the face you want to project before picking up the phone. It makes a difference: whether you’re smiling, frowning, or bored to tears, your caller will hear that in your tone.

Always identify yourself. In business situations, it is appropriate to answer the phone with your name and company: “Good morning, thank you for calling XYZ. This is Joan. How may I help you?”

  • If it’s an internal call, and you know it, you can answer with your department and name: “Hello, this is WebDev, Jordan speaking. How can I help you today?” This will let your caller know they’ve reached the right person, and that you are ready to assist them. Keeping a friendly, personable tone will make the call much more pleasant for everybody.
  • In many office situations, there are guidelines for answering the phone that all employees must follow. Always project sincerity, no matter how silly the canned lines might seem—the customer will be able to tell the difference if you are enthusiastic, versus just reading the cue card: “Thanks for calling ChknLckn, the FngrLckn best!” will sound totally ridiculous if you don’t say it with conviction!

Answer with an appropriate level of decorum. Try not to speak too informally until you know who the caller is.

  • If the speaker does not introduce themselves, say, “May I ask who’s calling?” This is an accepted practice that not only lets the caller know they are being treated personally, it also lets you make a note should you need to contact that person again, or transfer them to another line.Don’t ask the speaker rudely.Or He/She might get displeased with you.
  • Do not delve into gossiping or personal conversations. Unless you’re chatting with a colleague or friend, there’s no room for this in an office situation.

Listen carefully. Find out the reason the person is calling and respond appropriately.

  • If the person they are trying to reach is not at home or is not available to speak, tell the caller, “I’m sorry, Mrs. Simpson, Mr. Burns is not available right now. May I take a message?”
  • Be sure to record the person’s name, phone number, and purpose of call. This way, if it is an important call, the issue can be dealt with as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Be wary of information-gathering calls. If the caller requests details about you or others, consider carefully before responding. Even if the caller gives a name and identifies his or her company, you should be wary unless they are a trusted contact.

  • In a business situation, state “I’m sorry, sir/madam. Company policy is that I am not permitted to give out that information. May I have more details on why it is required?” and make your assessment from there.

Be yourself. Your home is your castle, as they say, and while phone etiquette is still the best practice, the formality of the office is not usually necessary.

Say hello! It’s a universal greeting known around the world: “Hello?” Say it with a smile, and people will usually respond accordingly.

  • If, based on caller ID and experience, you know who’s calling, feel free saying “Hi, Tom! How are you today?”
  • If you have caller ID and do not recognize the caller, or the call is either listed as “unknown,” or “blocked,” answering the phone is discretionary.
  • If you do choose to answer, be aware that the person on the other end of the line is probably in a business frame of mind, and answer accordingly. Be wary of giving out your name to strangers, however. A simple “Hello?” will suffice.
  • If they ask for you or another member of your household, ask them for their name and organization before you tell them anything—the last thing you want to do is give telemarketers too much information! If they’re cagey or won’t say who they are, remember—you’re under no obligation to continue speaking to them.

Method Three of Three:
Voice Mail Edit

Record your greeting. Not all calls get through, and when they don’t, answering machines and voice mail are there to take the calls we miss. Because you don’t know who might reach your machine, using proper phone etiquette is important.

Keep it professional in the office. Your answering machine greeting at work should be handled much like you would handle a “live” call: “Hello, you’ve reached the office of Mr. Burns. Please leave a message, including your name, phone number, and time you called. If this is an emergency, please contact my assistant at 415-555-1234.”

At home, keep it simple, friendly, and direct. You can say “Hi, this is Steve. I can’t pick up the phone at the moment, but leave your name and number, and I’ll call you back as soon as I can.”

  • If you want to be more anonymous, you can say “Hi, you’ve reached 415-555-1234. There’s nobody available to take your call, but leave your name and number and we’ll get back to you.”
  • Family options are flexible. You can answer for your whole family: “Hi, this is the Simpson family. Sorry we can’t come to the phone right now, but leave a message and we’ll call you back as soon as we can!”
  • You can also have the whole family speak (either as a chorus, or individually), but the essence should be the same: sorry we missed your call, we’re not able to answer at the moment, please leave a message.
  • Whatever you do, avoid saying “We’re not home right now,” especially if you’re not home! This lets potential troublemakers know they won’t be disturbed as they “borrow” your TV, stereo, and jewelry.




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Trivia

Shot in the spring and summer of 2008, but post-production took so long that the film wasn’t released until a year later. See more

Goofs

During the initial classroom scene when the teacher is conducting an experiment with catalysts, the blink contest girl blinks in a brief moment wherein the aliens are circling the bottoms of the classroom desks, ruining her record. See more

Quotes

Laser. Hey she has a rock just like ours.
Lug. That is ours, you dummy.
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Crazy Credits

When the closing credits reach the song section, Jimmy Bennett states he wrote the song ‘Summer Never Ends’ thereby his wish came true See more

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Spy Ballet
Written by Robert Rodriguez
Courtesy of MRX Music Corp. (ASCAP)
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Shorts is amusing and doesn t take itself seriously at all. It resembles Malcolm in the Middle, with the central kid s narration, the high-speed montages, and exaggeratedly eccentric characters.

The plot winds around a strange rainbow-colored rock that grants wishes. Inevitable, this results as you would expect, with carelessly thought out wishes backfiring for some good-natured slapstick comedy.

The actors make a pretty good ensemble cast, and seem to be enjoying making the film, but I think they know there won t be a lot of Oscars handed out for this movie. The montages are used as a buffer between scenes. They simulate video camera rewinding, or the kid s confused memory right after eating too much sugary cereal–I m not sure. But I do think they re used too much, making them distracting. The story is told in non-linear style, jumping from the present to flashbacks and back again, but this seems more of an unnecessary gimmick that really doesn t help tell the story.

The adult characters are nutty and over the top, but the actors faithfully go for the silliness and do adequately. The child actors do well too, especially newcomer Jolie Vanier, as the bitter rich girl bully. She has one of the few characters with enough dimension (albeit comically exaggerated) to logically evolve throughout the story, and plays the role to the hilt. Her facial expressions are hilarious, and dominate every scene she s in. This actress has a promising future.

What the movie makers were wishing for was a simple kids comedy, and that s just what this film is, no more–no less. It s all just some good clean fun, clowning around for its own sake.

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MessageSave for Microsoft Outlook #messagesave,message,messages,save,extract,archive,backup,outlook,custom #rule #action,rules #wizard,microsoft

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MessageSave Save and archive Microsoft Outlook email messages

Easily save email messages outside of Outlook.

Use MessageSave for email archiving, backup, document management, sharing, legal compliance, and much more.

MessageSave benefits

  • Backup, save and archive Outlook e-mail messages to hard disk, network drive, SharePoint.
  • Save Outlook email messages, including attachments, as individual files.
  • Organize messages in file system folders for easy access, sharing and filing.
  • Keep email message together with other related documents.
  • Institute consistent email archiving and storage policy in your organization.
  • Store messages for legal compliance.
  • Keep audit trail of email messages.
  • Search inside of saved messages and attachments with Windows Search.
  • Reduce mailbox/PST size. Offload Exchange storage.
  • Map Outlook folders and automatically save messages using Scheduler (AutoSave).
  • Process Outlook messages with custom scripts.
  • Learn more

You can achieve all of the above benefits without having to maintain a complex, expensive server-based solution. MessageSave integrates directly with Outlook for simplicity and ease-of-use, while providing flexibility and a level of customization required by power-users and enterprise IT administrators.

MessageSave Features

Integrated with Outlook for one-click access

MessageSave is tightly integrated with Outlook, and is available right on the Ribbon Home tab for easy access. It can also be accessed by right-clicking on a message in the main Outlook window message list.

Save one, multiple or all messages with a click

Save one or several messages or entire folders with subfolders. Save to local disk, network drive, or SharePoint. Works with cloud sync services, like Dropbox, One Drive and Google Drive. Use your existing tools and infrastructure for search, backup, access control, etc.

Flexible and customizable file and subfolder naming

Auto-rename files as they are saved. Maintain consistent naming convention with auto-rename settings. Flexible naming templates allow you to match your naming conventions. You can include various message attributes, like sender or recipient names, timestamps, etc. You control the order and format of the fields.

Save messages in MSG, PDF, TXT, EML, MBOX formats

Most customers use MSG format, because it retains an ability to open the file in Outlook and treat it as an email message. You can reply or forward. Attachments are included inside the MSG file. Some customers prefer PDF for portability. We recommend using MSG format unless you have specific requirements that dictate otherwise.

Works on sent and received messages

Save received and sent messages. MessageSave even has an option to prompt you to save messages as you are sending them so you do not forget to save.

Works on Public Folders too

MessageSave works on messages anywhere – whether they are located in a personal mailbox, another PST, a delegate mailbox or Public Folders.

Preserves email timestamps on saved files

“Date Modified” on the saved files is set to the time when the corresponding message was received. In addition to “Date Modified”, MessageSave sets “Sender Name”, “Subject”, “To”, “Cc”, “Categories” and “Has attachments”. This makes it easy to find the right messages later.

Use Windows Search to search inside of the saved files

Windows Search does a great job of indexing MSG files. It even indexes the message and attachment content. So you can search inside the save files without requiring any 3rd party tools.

Map Outlook folders and automatically save messages

Map Outlook folders to destination file folders and enable MessageSave Scheduler for automatic, unattended message saving. Use it by itself or in combination with SimplyFile for automatically saving and archiving filed messages.

Highly optimized for speed and size

We put a lot of effort, attention and care not only into developing features and perfecting usability, but also into optimizing the product. From the small download size to lightning fast performance, you will see it shine through.

QuickPick

Select a destination folder with just a few keystrokes. Manage your destination folder list and share it with your colleagues.

Import MSG files back into Outlook

You can import entire folders of MSG files from the file system back into Outlook, preserving folder structure.

Supports large-scale deployment and administration

For large customers, we provide a way to centrally deploy the product and manage configuration settings. MessageSave is enterprise-tested and ready.

Maintain your organization retention policy

Use the mapped folders and scheduler to allow your users to seamlessly save some messages for long-term storage.

Multiple setting profiles

Create multiple setting profiles, with different options for file naming, formats, actions, etc. Switch between profiles as needed to use different saving options.

Extensible with custom scripts

Scripting API allows you to develop your own logic for processing incoming messages. Whether you need to process incoming reports or invoices, or store messages in a DMS system – you can do so with MessageSave API.

MessageSave Editions

MessageSave is available in several editions. The following table lists features available in each edition. The evaluation version includes all features.





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Ромео Джульетта (1996) #reviews, #showtimes, #dvds, #photos, #message #boards, #user #ratings, #synopsis, #trailers, #credits

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Ромео + Джульетта (1996 )

Storyline

The classic story of Romeo and Juliet, set in a modern-day city of Verona Beach. The Montagues and Capulets are two feuding families, whose children meet and fall in love. They have to hide their love from the world because they know that their parents will not allow them to be together. There are obstacles on the way, like Juliet’s cousin, Tybalt, and Romeo’s friend Mercutio, and many fights. But although it is set in modern times, it is still the same timeless story of the “star crossed lovers”.

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My only love sprung from my only hate. See more

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA )

Rated PG-13 for scenes of contemporary violence and some sensuality | See all certifications

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Release Date:

25 July 1998 (Russia) See more

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Ромео + Джульетта See more

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Box Office

Budget:

$14 500 000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$11 133 231 (USA) (1 November 1996)

Gross:

$46 338 728 (USA) (21 February 1997)

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Did You Know?

Trivia

Martin Brown. The film’s co-producer is the security man sitting at the monitors in the balcony scene. See more

Goofs

In the outlands of Mantua Romeo calls out Juliet s name from his knees while facing the sun. He then stands and turns around. In the next shot, shadows indicate that he is walking towards the sun again. See more

Quotes

[ first lines ]
Anchorwoman. Two households, both alike in dignity, in fair Verona, where we lay our scene. From ancient grudge break to new mutiny, where civil blood makes civil hands unclean. From forth the fatal loins of these two foes, a pair of star-crossed lovers take their life, whose misadventured piteous overthrows doth, with their death, bury their parents’ strife. The fearful passage of their death-marked love and the continuance of their parents’ rage, which, but their children’s end, naught could.
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Soundtracks

I’m Kissing You
(Love Theme from Romeo Juliet)
Performed by Des ree
Written by Des ree and Tim Atack
Produced by Nellee Hooper
Vocals produced by Des ree and Tim Atack
Des ree appears courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
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Beautiful Modernization of Shakespeare s Classic Play

The amazing thing about this movie is that it has managed to re-do Shakespeare s famous tragedy in a modern setting while still retaining its original dialogue. What s even more amazing is it works. I admit that I was a little apprehensive about seeing this movie, fearing that Luhrman had either destroyed the play s beauty and power by setting it in modern times, or had butchered Shakespeare s eloquent words by making them sound more modern. I was wrong. Almost everything about this movie is just incredible.

Luhrman brilliantly casted Claire Danes as fourteen-year-old Juliet. The actress certainly looks the part, with her youthful features and innocent eyes. More importantly, she acts the part. Ms. Danes almost flawlessly captures Juliet s distressing journey from childhood to womanhood, beautifully showing her dramatic transition which had taken toll on her during her five day relationship with Romeo. When the story begins, Juliet is a naive girl, having not yet experienced true love, and by the end we can clearly see just how much her love for Romeo has deepened in passion, and how dramatically her character has developed.

Leanardo DeCaprio s Romeo was almost equally impressive. Some of his recitations of Shakespeare made me cringe, but for the most part he was perfect. One of Romeo s most important characteristics in the play is the intensity of his emotions, and DeCaprio captures this feature incredibly. Romeo is brash and impulsive, with a tendency to act on the heat of the moment rather than to first consider the situation like the more levelheaded Juliet. This unfortunate characteristic, which played a huge role in leading up to the lovers tragic fate, is wonderfully mastered by DeCaprio and retained throughout the film. But we also, like with Juliet, get a glimpse of his character s development. At the beginning of the play Romeo is a hopeless romantic who fantasizes of love, and seems to dwell more in his daydreamed world than actually on earth. At this point he has no idea what true love really is, he only thinks he does. It is not until he meets Juliet that he can begin to comprehend the true depth and passion of love. DeCaprio triumphs in this area as well.

The other actors are superb, and wonderfully portray their characters as Shakespeare intended. But what really impressed me was, as I stated earlier, the keeping of Shakespeare s original dialogue in Luhrman s modern setting. I know some people criticize this film for destroying the romance and beauty of Shakespeare s words by setting the story in modern day Verona, but I feel that it only made the film more romantic. What Luhrman did was both bold and brilliant, and he succeeded wonderfully.

I won t speak any more of the brilliance of this film, I just highly recommend you see it as soon as possible. If you re a fan of Shakespeare like me, I think you will enjoy this hip, yet still lovely, modernization of his most famous play ever.

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MMS Picture Messaging Information

This page contains information and advice on MMS Picture Messaging, and how set up this mobile phone service in the UK

What is MMS?

MMS stands for Multimedia Messaging Service, and more commonly referred to as ‘Picture Messaging’.

MMS beats the standard SMS text message as it adds animation, images, sound and video to a message sent from your phone.

What can you do with MMS?

  • Take digital photographs and store photographs on the Internet
  • Send and receive full colour pictures
  • Send and receive voice clips
  • Add a text message to your picture
  • Purchase pictures and sounds from the Internet
  • Have enhanced polyphonic ringtones

MMS runs over GPRS. You normally need to subscribe to a GPRS tariff, and have ‘Media Messaging’ enabled by your network operator. You will need a phone handset that supports the MMS service – If you receive an MMS message and don’t have a suitable handset or GPRS service, you’ll receive a standard SMS text message, and will be able to view the message at the web address included with the text message.

o2 Picture Messaging

Costs (o2 Online): Typically, sending an MMS over the o2 network costs 25p. Most of the o2 pay-monthly contracts come with a 500 text message or 125 MMS message bundle.

If you have received an MMS message that you can’t view from your o2 mobile, you can view this via o2’s website. Go to http://mediamessaging.o2.co.uk . You’ll need to log on to o2’s website using your standard o2 web logon. Once you’ve logged on, you’ll be able to access the message in the Media Messaging folders. If you don’t have an account with o2, you can register via www.o2.co.uk

To find out more, for more help with o2 settings, or to get hold of a smartphone with MMS, go to our dedicated o2 page

UK MMS Settings

Below are the MMS picture messaging settings for the main UK network operators:

o2 MMS settings

The o2 MMS settings can be sent direct to your mobile. Go to www.o2.co.uk/services/ota4/select. Alternatively, the settings are:

Access point name: wap.o2.co.uk (contract customers) or payandgo.o2.co.uk (pay-as-you-go customers)
Username: o2wap (contract customers) or payandgo (pay-as-you-go customers)
Password: password
Authentication: Normal
Data bearer: GPRS
Gateway IP (proxy) address: 193.113.200.195
Session mode: Permanent
Port number: 8080 or 9201
URL address
. http://mmsc.mms.o2.co.uk:8002

Vodafone MMS settings

Access Point Name: wap.vodafone.co.uk
Username: wap
Password: wap
Authentication: Normal
Data bearer: GPRS
Gateway IP (proxy) address: 212.183.137.12
Session mode: Permanent
Port number: 9201
MMS Message (Relay) Server URL: http://mms.vodafone.co.uk/servlets/mms/

T-Mobile MMS settings

Access Point Name: general.t-mobile.uk
Username: user
Password: one2one
Authentication: Normal
Data bearer: GPRS
Gateway IP (proxy) address: 149.254.211.10 (also 149.254.201.135)
Session mode: Permanent
MMS Message (Relay) Server URL. http://mmsc.t-mobile.co.uk:8002/

Orange MMS settings

Note: Orange must enable MMS for your account. Contact Orange Customer Services

Access Point Name: orangemms
Username: Orange
Password: Multimedia
Authentication: Normal
Data bearer: GPRS
Gateway IP (proxy) address. 192.168.224.010
Port: 9201 (some users have reported 8080 works if 9201 doesn’t)
Session mode: Permanent
MMS Message (Relay) Server URL http://mms.orange.co.uk/

3 MMS settings

Access Point Name: mms.three.co.uk
Username: blank
Password: blank
Gateway IP (proxy) address. 217.171.129.2
Port number: 8799
MMS Message (Relay) Server URL: http://mms.um.three.co.uk:10021/mmsc

Virgin MMS settings

Note: Virgin must enable MMS for your account. Contact Virgin Customer Services

Access Point Name: goto.virginmobile.uk
Username: user
Password: (leave blank)
Authentication: Normal
Data bearer: GPRS
Gateway IP (proxy) address. 193.030.166.001
Port: 8080
Session mode: Permanent
MMS Message (Relay) Server URL http://mms.virginmobile.co.uk:8002

Tesco Mobile MMS settings

Many thanks to Nick B and Martin J for supplying the Tesco Mobile settings.

Access point name: prepay.tesco-mobile.com
Username: tescowap
Password: password
Authentication: Normal
Data bearer: GPRS
Gateway IP address: 193.113.200.195
Session mode: Permanent
URL address. http://mmsc.mms.o2.co.uk:8002

GiffGaff MMS settings

Access point name: giffgaff.com
Username: giffgaff
Password: password
Authentication: Normal
URL address. http://mmsc.mediamessaging.co.uk:8002

BT Mobile MMS settings

Access point name: mobile.bt.uk
Username: user
Password: btmms
Authentication: Normal
Data bearer: GPRS
Gateway IP address: 212.183.137.012 or 62.239.21.123
Session mode: Permanent
URL address. http://mms.bt.com/servlets/mms or http://mmsc.btmms.co.uk:8002

We have also been told that the following settings may work for a corporate BT Mobile: APN: btmobile.bt.com. username:bt. password:bt, port:8799. IP address:212.183.137.12

ASDA Mobile MMS settings

Useful MMS information

Here are details of how to configure a Windows Mobile device for sending and receiving MMS messages. Here we’re using a Windows Mobile XDA Orbit with o2’s MMS service:

  • Go to Start Messaging
  • Go to Menu Tools Options MMS
  • Move to the Server tab.
  • Add a new entry for the MMS server you’re after, and enter the details of the MMS gateway – The following screenshot is for o2’s MMS gateway. Make sure that ‘Connect Via’ corresponds to the MMS access point of your mobile operator (more )

Make sure you set the new MMS entry as default, using Set as Default , then exit the MMS options screen.

MMS Problems:

  • The phone: Make sure that your phone supports MMS. Most newer mobiles support MMS, but many older phones don’t. If in doubt, check in your phone’s manual, or go to your phone manufacturer’s website and check the specification of your phone.
  • The network: Make sure that your network operator has enabled MMS on your mobile phone account. They have to switch the service on, and it may take up to 48 hours for your SIM Card to receive the command to enable the service. Double-check that the service has definitely been enabled by contacting your network operator.
  • Settings: Make sure that you have configured MMS correctly. We list the settings for the UK operators on this page. You can also have the settings sent direct to your mobile phone (see the link below). Many network operators offer the ability to send settings to your phone via their website too.
  • Credit: MMS messages are more expensive than text messages. Ensure that you have enough credit or have not exceeded your MMS allowance.
  • Connection: Ensure that you’re using the right Multimedia Message GPRS Access Point , and that the data bearer is set to GPRS. MMS uses a different APN to WAP, so if WAP works and MMS doesn’t you could be trying to send MMS via your WAP gateway.

Links:

  • MMS entry in Wikipedia – Great definition of MMS some useful links
  • Over-the-air configuring – Settings for email, WAP, GPRS and MMS sent to your Nokia phone
  • MMS Diary – Nifty app for those with a web server, this emulates an MMS server – get pics sent via MMS to your website

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