romeoz wrote:MMS is not an option for any Iphone....2G or 3G...
I understand this, but provisioning is different. Basically, think of it like this.
Three things an MMS can do.
1. It gets delivered to the phone as is.
2. It get delivered to the phone as a TEXT message with a link viewmymessage.com
3. It gets sent to the account, but gets blackholed because the phone can not process it.
I am assuming #3 is happening with the earliest iPhones, #2 is happening with newer iPhones, #1 happens to normal phones with MMS capability, or with SWIRLY MMS working (MMS and WAP Push enabled)