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T-Mobile MMS Mobile Blogging - Carrier Not Supported

Currently, a few bloggers are reporting inability to post to their blogs by T-Mobile MMS Mobile, getting the advice that their carrier is not supported by Blogger.
Your carrier is not supported by Blogger Mobile. Please try using Mail-to-Blogger or visit http://www.blogger.com/mobile-request for more information.


If you're suffering from this symptom, please report your details in an active BHG forum thread. Explicitly state, in your problem report, the name of your carrier (T-Mobile or otherwise). And provide the make and model of your PDA / phone, and your geographical location. And tell us how long you had been using MMS Mobile with no problem. And are you able or unable to send pictures or text?

(Update 10/20 23:30): It appears that Blogger fixed the problem, though in silence yet again.

(Update 10/20 14:00): Blogger is looking into the problem now, and is involving T-Mobile Support.

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