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E-Mail to TXT Commands

E-Mail to TXT Commands

E-mail to Text Service Commands are simple and easy to use

User Commands

Using the REPLY option on your phone, use the following commands to interact with the E-mail to Text service.

Use one of the following Commands to reply to the initial alert message:

Command   Short Forms   Description
Read   R   Reads or gets the next part of the message
Block   B   Adds the sender to your "deny" list (spam control*)

Use the following commands to interact with received messages:

Command   Short Forms   Description
Read   R   Reads or gets the next part of the message
Block   B   Adds the sender to your "deny" list (spam control*)
Forward email@addr.com   F   Forward the entire e-mail message (including attachments) to another e-mail address
Forward addr1; addr2; addr...   F   Forward the entire e-mail message to a list of e-mail addresses (separate addresses with semicolons)
Get cc   Gcc, G cc   Retrieves the cc list on a received message
Any other text       Replying with any other text will send that text back to the original sender as a reply to the sender's email

Administrative Commands

Use these commands to manage your service.
Just send a command as a text message to "0000000000". (10 zeros)

Command   Description
Subscribe   Turns the E-Mail to Text service on
unSubscribe   Turns the E-Mail to Text service off
Alias name   Defines your alias (e.g. name@pcs.rogers.com)
Name your name   Defines a familiar name (e.g. "John Smith"), in addition to the e-mail alias, for outbound e-mails from your phone
number off   Turns alerts off for e-mail sent to number@pcs.rogers.com.
Note: You must define an alias in order to use this command!
number on   Turns alerts for number@pcs.rogers.com back on
cc on   All replies will be sent to all addresses in the 'To' and 'cc' fields of the original received e-mail
cc off   Turns carbon copy reply off
Allow email@addr.com   Add a sender to the "allow" list, removing that sender from the "deny" list if necessary. (spam control*)
Allow domain.com   Add any address from a domain to the "allow" list (any user@domain.com)
Block email@addr.com   Add a sender to the "deny" list, removing that sender from the "allow" list if necessary. (spam control*)
Block domain.com   Add any address from a domain to the "deny" list (any user@domain.com)
Francais   Request service in French
Help   Returns a list of help topics
Help command   Returns help for using a specific command

*Spam Control
The Rogers Wireless™ E-mail to Text Service uses a sophisticated anti-spam engine to help insure that subscribers do not receive unsolicited e-mail messages.
A network component will block messages which contain specific criteria, unique to spam messages. As well, subscribers may also choose to personalize the behaviour of their service by populating their "allow" and "deny" lists (see above).
E-mail originating from addresses in the "deny" list will never reach the phone. E-mail originating from addresses in the "allow" list will always reach the phone, whether the service believes the messages to be spam or not.