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    Does anyone know how to have the send button on the camera app trigger the mail client instead of the MMS? People are missing stuff I send because they do not know the sender.
    Thanks, Mike (Recently moved to my 650 from a kyocera 7135 on verizon)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikehoran
    Does anyone know how to have the send button on the camera app trigger the mail client instead of the MMS? People are missing stuff I send because they do not know the sender.
    Thanks, Mike (Recently moved to my 650 from a kyocera 7135 on verizon)
    There's no way to change this default in Camera. In order to send via email, you've got to save the picture, then select it in Media and choose Send.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Gamble
    There's no way to change this default in Camera. In order to send via email, you've got to save the picture, then select it in Media and choose Send.
    This doesn't work for me.

    Does anyone have another workaround? I'd like to be able to send pictures via bluetooth or email rather than having to rely on MMS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikehoran
    Does anyone know how to have the send button on the camera app trigger the mail client instead of the MMS? People are missing stuff I send because they do not know the sender.
    Thanks, Mike (Recently moved to my 650 from a kyocera 7135 on verizon)
    Great question! Hope someone knows a work around...

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