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(keitai-l) Re: Sending emoji to imode phone via email

From: Sam Joseph <gaijin_at_yha.att.ne.jp>
Date: 07/02/02
Message-ID: <3D219E7E.2050207_at_yha.att.ne.jp>
dc wrote:

>Is there such a thing as a hex editor for text email? 
>
not sure

>my phone has the
>ability to directly type in a S-JIS code (P504)... this is probably
>different from inline typing in &#xxxx.
>
>There are a couple of web applications that deal with emoji, such as
>softbank's emoji para. perhaps they have a form where you can send on to a
>phone by email...which would imply it works. I recall some diff between the
>jphone and docomo interfaces, perhaps cos of the problem above.
>
>how about a java app that lives inside the phone? I know java can launch the
>browser (at least on 504) maybe it can also launch the mail client with a
>prefilled message (much like those web apps)
>
quite possible - although I'm targeting 503 at the moment

>what are you working on?
>
A system that sends mails to keitai - we just wanted to spruce up the
mails a bit.

Juergen's helpful comments allowed me to get to the bottom of the
problem - see the other mail.

Thanks for the tips.

CHEERS> SAM
Received on Tue Jul 2 15:34:32 2002